Blue Revolutions & Wildness for the New Year!
It was a fitting way to start the New Year.
With temperatures ranging from a high of 6 degrees Fahrenheit (F) to a low of -6 F, and wind chill temperatures down to -26 F, it was certainly a wintery day in keeping with Thoreau’s wintery reflection that “the wonderful purity of nature at this season is a most pleasing fact”, and “that a cold and searching wind drives away all contagion.” And so, with those musings in mind, I set out for a day of tracking, happy to put the contagion of 2017 behind me, while looking forward to the New Year with an eye (I) toward purification becoming more inner fact.
An intimation of suggestive possibility for the New Year’s resolve came to me as my wife and I drove up to Maine the day before to spend time with our closest…
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