The Garden, No.921, Saturday, July 13, 1889, Vol.XXXVI
One of the most deeply meaningful experiences of being out in nature is the feeling of being connected -- in and through time. You are not only witnessing the present, but the past and future as well. Those who participated in the Thompson Ledges walk observed the many hundreds of sprouting, broken, and trodded upon acorns similar to those Robert Douglas observed and wrote about in 1889.
The "what" experienced in nature can be anything. The importance is the experience itself.
Thompson Ledges Wildflower Walk
Wishing you a good start to your week,
Lisa K. SchlaG