From John Muir comes this reminder about how we travel through life. "I don't like either the word or the thing. People ought to saunter in the mountains - not hike! Do you know the origin of that word 'saunter?' It's a beautiful word. Away back in the Middle Ages people used to go on. “Hiking — I don’t like either the word or the thing. People ought to saunter in the mountains -not hike! Do you know the origin of that word ‘saunter’? It’s a beautiful word. Away back in the Middle Ages people used to go on pilgrimages to the Holy Land, and when people in the villagesContinue reading "SAUNTERING — J. Muir".
Hiking - I don't like either the word or the thing. People ought to saunter in the mountains - not. - John Muir quotes at. Sauntering along the John Muir Trail. It was a cold day, with the clouds really putting on a show. They filled the sky with their gray and white wispy then billowing formations. British-based Muir scholar Graham White tells us that even in Scotland as late as the 1970s, librarians were perplexed when asked if they owned a set of native-son John Muir's writings. Much has changed in recognition of John Muir, largely as a result of three forces.
It’s is now 3am on Saturday, August 4th. On Friday, August 3rd, just a few hours ago, I was waking up at this very same time, only I was in a damp cold tent in Crabtree Meadow. I have been awake for 24 hours now. It was my last night camping on the magnificent John Muir Trail. 10/02/2019 · I decided to stop waisting my time on the road and walked into the woods. Of course, I recorded the GPS coordinate where I parked before leaving my car. It was my first time that I hiked without knowing where I was going. Maybe I shouldn't call it hiking. It was sauntering as John Muir said. Here is what he said. – John Muir, as quoted by Albert W. Palmer, The Mountain Trail and its Message 1911 pages 27-28 – excerpted in A Parable of Sauntering. Share this entry Share on Facebook.
- Travels in Alaska by John Muir, 1915, chapter 1, page 5. The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness. - John of the Mountains: The Unpublished Journals of John Muir, 1938, page 313. I know that our bodies were made to thrive only in pure air, and the scenes in which pure air is found. 22/10/2013 · 20 Inspiring Quotes from John Muir. John Muir was ecstatically writing about the mountains 100 years before you had an iPhone to stare at while your eyes glazed over. He was also writing about how we lose our feeling for being alive by working too much. 26/10/2017 · Reflecting on my Camino, I started reading John Muir. Many Americans know who Muir was, for those who may not, he was an American Naturalist who founded the Sierra Club. He walked the mountains of the American West, especially around Yosemite in the late 1800's. I have on many occasions said that I. "Sauntering" on the Naches Peak Loop. There's a John Muir quote making the rounds on Facebook where he states instead of hiking, people ought to "saunter" in the mountains. Muir described mountains as holy land and felt visitors should pass through slowly and reverently. John and I live on the outskirts of Whitehorse, Yukon, with 2 tripping canoes, 8 backpacks, 5 tents, 2 mountain bikes salvaged from the dump, a 4-Runner and a Corolla wagon both ’90s Vintage, but no furniture or running water. It might be a bit peculiar but my partner and I are quite content.
Your Saunter Begins Here. A little about Gary & the site. Gary & Cindy Brown. His recent article on “Sauntering” from the winter 2018 Beaver Tales, the club newsletter, is reprinted here with Stew’s approval. When I was young and foolish, I used to hike long-distance end-to-ends. Then with age and more maturity came a realization that what I craved could only be achieved by sauntering. Hiking - I don't like either the word or the thing. People ought to saunter in the mountains - not hike! ~ John Muir Today was about checking my 4-mile adopted section of the Ozark Highlands Trail. I'd recently read the above John Muir quote and planned to try a little sauntering. See more of Bright Wing on Facebook. Log In. or. 15/08/2014 · – John Muir, as quoted by Albert W. Palmer, The Mountain Trail and its Message 1911 pages 27-28 – excerpted in A Parable of Sauntering. John Muir Exhibit–Sierra Club for many more quotes, images, etc..
04/07/2008 · Hike On Most trip reports tend to take the format of an intensive chronology. For me, memories of a wonderful trip in the mountains tend to take the form of random recollections of sights, sounds, conversations, emotions, triumphs, defeats, and other such things. 15/04/2011 · This is a saunter. Apparently, John Muir was fond of the word “saunter” rather than hike. Hiking, Muir said, implies speed. Sauntering allows for lingering. As we meander up the trail, Shay stops to tell us stories about ticks, lizards, and oak galls. He makes a child’s scissors from the pointy buds of long-beaked stork’s bill.
John Muir 'This Grand Show' Quote Poster - Collectibles - - John Muir Exhibit John Muir Coffee Mug - Collectibles, A part of the John Muir Exhibit, John Muir Education Project by Harold Wood Quotes on images for install as a desktop wallpaper, by John Muir. Used to read Muir. Hiking vs. Sauntering vs. Moseying Calliope Hummingbird by Kati Fleming for Wikimedia: In his book The Mountain Trail and Its Message, Albert W. Palmer remembers John Muir talking about the word hiking. Muir said: I don't like either the word or the thing. John Muir, an early advocate for the preservation of the wilderness, was involved in the creation of some of our national parks. Since so many hikers those who have heard of him, that is seem to revere him, I always assumed he was an avid hiker. Not so. He once said, "I don't like either. John Muir. I love this on so many levels. I don’t take Muir’s distinction as a question of speed, but rather the quality of reverence we bring, the level of intimacy we are open to in any moment of experience. Through this lens, the distinction between hiking and sauntering can be seen on so many levels. Do I hike through my meditation. This would have been comfortable for Muir because of his rigorous Christian upbringing. John Muir's father was a religious zealot who drove himself and his family with hell fire and damnation invective. Because of this Muir was very conversant with the Bible since it was the only book allowed in his home.
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