Ahh…I feel like I can breathe again. The trails have finally dried enough to go hiking again. It’s my opinion, that the natural beauty of life can be found hiking in the woods. It is unparalleled to any walk, in any neighborhood. The sight of plants growing freely, dancing in the wind, spinning, and turning in every direction made me fall in love all over again with morning hikes in the woods.
If you could, you really should…I mean I would..that is, let me go..pretty please! If only you would reconsider.
I feel so privileged to have been in attendance at this unbelievable musical. When an alligator makes a vocalization it is called a “bellow”. The associated movements from one “bellow” to the next is called a “bellowing cycle”. A number of bellowing cycles produced in a series is called a “bout” and combined “bouts” of individuals is called a “chorus”. The bellowing of one animal stimulates others in the population to bellow. When bellowing begins the chorus spreads rapidly. The bridge I was standing on vibrated from the choir’s performance. It filled my entire body. It was beautiful, eerie, scary, and absolutely magical all at the same time. Without further adieu I present you the choir:
This is the conductor…he started the the first bellow…