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A little rain and cool air blew in last night. We've had so much rain lately that the (gravel) roads are in frightful condition, and I decided to try and stay on paved roads. So I ended up at the State Park and found some trails that weren't too bad.  Mostly, I rode paved roads, arrived at the park, and then wandered off into the woods to find a quiet spot for a brew-up.

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Just off the trail, there was a tree stump at a convenient height, and I set-up my hobo camp.

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Sitting in the woods is wonderful. But brewing fresh coffee, and sitting in the woods is wonderfuller.

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This delightful log provided a sitting spot, so no lollygagging mat needed today.

cherishing moments
on damp springtime woodland trails
like secret treasure


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"Wonderfuller"......love it. Any post that contains words like: brewing, sitting, lollygagging, delightful, hobo camp, wandered, delightful, cherishing moments, secret treasure....and wonderfuller has got to be good. Or should I say gooderer?
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Chris,

Nothing wrong setting up in a quiet forest with a fresh brew up to contemplate life. I myself have been utterly lazy about doing the remote coffee outside. Hope to change this. Thank you for sharing this ~Hugh

beat of life is on
moving with hectic purpose thus
slow peace remedy



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Your plan is good.. And more you can stay in one night in the tiny cabin.
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