Monday, December 23, 2013

Always accurately know where to move and when

On Sunday I walked for 1 1/2 hours in Revonkorpi swamp at Luukki. I started about 50 minutes before sunset, and returned to the car when it was already quite dark.

Sunday was an overcast day, and it rained a bit when I was walking. A strong wind moved the trees, generating occasional sharp sounds in the forest. Otherwise it was quiet, and I didn't see anyone else after I had started walking from the parking place. I looked at the compass a couple of times, and didn't get lost, even though I needed to take some detours due to fallen trees and flooded swamps and ditches.

(Posting title is from the poem Brief reflection on accuracy by Miroslav Holub.)

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