The days of early dawn are behind us for another year and my morning walks are now in darkness. I do not like walking in the dark. Even with a headlight it’s difficult to see the trail and in order to avoid uneven ground we loose many of our favorite walks. It seems that the darkness not only closes in around us but also closes off our options.But we have to find the joy! The good news is that the early morning sky is once again full of stars. Orion is back looking over us and the big dipper leads the way for the beginning of all of our walks. And it’s quiet on the trails. All of the summer runners have headed back to the gyms and we’re alone once more in the early morning hours.Maybe I don’t hate it all that much.
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