In the isolation of the national forest the imagination can soar instead of being chained to a laptop.
By reg Green
Please look at the photo.
Isn’t that a cross abandoned after Good Friday? And next to it, the remains of two more for the thieves crucified at the same time.
Only when you get closer can you be sure all three are utility poles. Well, you knew that all the time, of course. It was just a game. But didn’t the game raise to a level not quite of this world a walk in the woods close to one of the biggest cities on earth?
Whichever gods you believe in, let’s remember that however tightly our bodies may be locked down, our minds are still free.
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