Saturday, October 25, 2014
A Phoenix Hoodoo Has Risen On The Tandy Hills Along With A Completed New Trail
I was on the Tandy Hills this past Thursday prior to going to Town Talk. At that point in time the Hoodoo at Hoodoo Central was rubble on the ground.
Phoenix has risen from those Thursday ashes.
The new trail I saw getting blazed on Thursday is now completed. I arrived at the point where the new trail terminates at the north end of the View Street trail just as the trail blazers finished their blazing.
One of the trail blazers asked what I thought of the new trail. I told him I liked it. I then asked if they'd be continuing making more trails. One guy said no, they are done, while another guy said they may be back, that it depended on the timing.
I had no idea what he meant by the timing remark and I did not ask for elaboration.
What I do know is it would be a real good thing to have all the Tandy trails widened to the width of the new trail.
Today I sat for a spell on one of the wooden benches in the Tandy Hills Amphitheater and it occurred to me that it would be a real good thing to have similar benches installed throughout the Natural Area, like at the crest of hills.
Benches would give elderly geezers, such as myself, a place to plant ourselves whilst we recover from over aerobicizing.
Today I thought to myself the next time I visit the Tandy Hills I need to bring my chainsaw with me.
I'd not hiked the Tandy Highway since the BIG windstorm several Thursdays ago. I did so today and found myself having to navigate over several knocked down trees.
A knocked down tree has been blocking passage on the trail which leads from Tandy Falls to the View Street trail for over a year.
Since I was at Town Talk on Thursday, I decided I did not need a Saturday Town Talk Treasure Hunt. Saturday's at Town Talk can be a bit chaotic and hectic. Lately I have been enjoying peace and quiet and avoiding, as best as I can, anything chaotic or hectic.