Executive summary: I need a ride to local hikes. (Seriously.) I don’t think this humble Nashville hiking blog has yet achieved sufficient readership to make a real difference, or reach the goal of this particular post – but I’ll go ahead and publish this request anyway. My trusty 1995 Nissan Maxima is no longer viable; […]
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February 16th, 2009 · Comments Off on Another Blast from the Past · meeting hikers
Friday, February 13, 2009 There are quite a few great things about hiking at Radnor Lake in Nashville, and one of them has got to be running into people from the past! I must have run into dozens of former coworkers, employers, old party friends, and other acquaintances while hiking at Radnor Lake since I […]
September 1st, 2008 · 4 Comments · meeting hikers, Radnor Lake
There were so many cars on the west side of Radnor Lake that I had to park on the street, and cars were stretched almost halfway up the Otter Creek Road hill. That’s quite a showing, but not too surprising for a nice, though hot, morning in Nashville. I walked past the spillway, took a […]
February 7th, 2008 · Comments Off on Deer Count Skeptic Eats Foot – Thanks, Gail! · deer, meeting hikers, Radnor Lake
OK, OK. I was wrong, wrong, wrong. Man, I owe a certain Brentwood dentist an apology! But I’ll get to that later. Today I met Gail, another deer-counting nature lover, up on the South Cove ridge this afternoon at Radnor Lake. Gail was sitting on a bench (the one closest to what I call the […]