Bright Spots Ahead
After what feels like an endless stretch of the world facing chaos on the health, political and economic fronts, we can all at least hope for better things in the coming months as a new year unfolds.
May we all feel free to dip our toes into the shimmering waters of optimism as we face ongoing personal and collective challenges.
Look to the horizon, gaze out a window, take a little walk in your neighborhood—look for a small bright spot somewhere. Even the smallest shining light can warm world-weary hearts.
As we do in our frequently careworn household, please keep putting one foot forward!
This week’s Hike Notes are from the archives, Lake Merced-Harding Park Stroll, which describes a short, easy walk with lake and golf course views at the southern end of San Francisco.
The long list of Hikes can be found on the Quick View Hike List and on the main Hikes page. All past Insights posts can also be viewed in the Insights/Hike Update News archives.
Check the Home page for the broader background story. If you’re not able to take one of these Northern California hikes, hopefully you can enjoy the photo galleries at the bottom of each hike page! Click Insights/Hike Update News for inspiring reflections. Please feel free to share.
This week’s Hike Notes from the Archives:
(Original Hike Notes 35): Lake Merced-Harding Park Stroll
Sharing insights and hiking highlights (Hikes, Hike Search by Area) from the special needs caregiver front in San Francisco.