The first August prompt from NaHaiWriMo: mountain letterbox. The precursor to geocaching, letterboxing has a fascinating history! According to the article, it first started in the mid-19th century among the peat bogs of England. Letterboxing relies on finding your inner Sherlock Holmes and being willing to “solve riddles . . . use landmarks, maps, compasses . . and . . . perseverance.” Let the treasure hunt begin!
Ever feel hen-pecked by life? Yeah – me, too. With one red crayon, I could cross the last month off as a total loss and never look back. And yet . . . it’s good to remember growth pains are transitory. Stage setting. Nest leaving. Vista enhancing. Peace will be found. And lost. And found again. The feathered friends visiting my feeder show that each day.
my Sunday morning peace . . .
with some sugar and cream
it swirls back ‘round