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A Special Message | 100 Hikes

100Hikes

Resolved to hike 100 times by 2010

8 Comments

  1. Mike Davidson January 2, 2010

    Great wrap-up message Kolby – thoroughly enjoyed checking in on your progress throughout the year. Shared this link with our local geocaching community's facebook fan page – South Coast Geocachers of Oregon. Hiking is often an integral part of geocaching. Thanks for sharing your adventure with the rest of us. Looking forward to seeing your next project.

  2. wilberfan January 2, 2010

    Bravo, Sir. It was a pleasure to come along on #46(?), and certainly a pleasure to have had you share your Grand Adventure with us!

    Now, get to work blogging about all the hikes we've missed reading about so far! ;-)

  3. claytonkessler January 4, 2010

    Thank you Kirby! 100 hikes has been an inspiration. Your site is nicely designed, this video is professionally produced and a joy to watch. Your message is well received. I have lots of your posts summed up on my site with links back to your website, drop by again any time.

    I am about to embed this video at TracksAndTrails because you have a gift to speak the message that I want to share….in four words – Take a hike, eh! (Sorry for the Canadian accent, eh.)

  4. claytonkessler January 4, 2010

    Thank you Kolby! 100 hikes has been an inspiration. Your site is nicely designed, this video is professionally produced and a joy to watch. Your message is well received. I have lots of your posts summed up on my site with links back to your website, drop by again any time.

    I am about to embed this video at TracksAndTrails because you have a gift to speak the message that I want to share….in four words – Take a hike, eh! (Sorry for the Canadian accent, eh.)

  5. Melanie January 4, 2010

    When do we get to hear about your next project? I'm ready to join in on the fun… unless it involves heights or tiny enclosed spaces… then, I'll just stay on the ground (or outside the caves) and cheer you on.

  6. justinrains January 4, 2010

    Great video! I may see if my son is up for a hike this weekend. We'll have to bundle up it's supposed to be in the 20's here this week.

  7. 100Peaks January 4, 2010

    It is amazing how getting outside cleanses the soul. Happy to see you complete this and looking forward to what is to come!

  8. lindanavroth January 6, 2010

    Congratulations! An amazing and admirable feat. Yes, the outdoors does indeed change you. I think you are noticing it so much now because you have been out there so often. There is a familiarity, a solidarity with nature that comes with frequent, repeated contact. You become tuned to different rhythms and sounds and smells and they be come entwined with the fabric of your being. It allows your soul to expand and encompass the wider world, the world that the majority of that mass of people behind you in Los Angeles will never experience–and sadly don't care to.

    People like you are special–and lucky, fortunate, and blessed to become one with nature. It is a balm, a tonic, a cure for what ails us. It is the church for those who know there is something beyond the brick and morter boundaries of human places of worship. It is the domain of myriad creatures who are our brothers and sisters. It is our true home. And the way home is only a hike away.

    Kindest regards and all the best for the New Year!

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