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NOW Where Are You Headed, Herb?

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Hey there, high-minded heroes, Hale and Hearty Handypersons, Harkeners, Healthy Heather Hikers, Hapless Hacks, and Herbophiles,

It is the time of year for our church’s annual Men’s Father/Son Campout. My son and two of my grandsons and I will be up in the woods for the next few days.

38°57’48.6″N 105°27’19.2″W

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14 responses to “NOW Where Are You Headed, Herb?”

  1. kagould17 Avatar

    Enjoy the father/son time Herb. Hope the weather is good for you. Allan

  2. C.A. Post Avatar

    The coordinates remind me of the signs in a big park: “You are here.”
    It’s kind of scary to think they always seem to know where I am! 😨
    Be safe and enjoy communing with God, His creation and your second and third generations.
    ❤️&🙏, c.a.

  3. Carl D'Agostino Avatar

    My idea of “the woods” is my back yard. It’s small, quiet, safe and I’ve gotten lost only four times walking around back there.

  4. Jacqui Murray Avatar

    Have a wonderful time! All that outdoors–I’m jealous.

  5. Amber Avatar

    That’s such an exciting story….🤣

  6. dumbestblogger Avatar

    Have fun out there!

  7. Garfield Hug Avatar

    Awesome…enjoy the bonding time and have fun!!

  8. WebbBlogs Avatar

    Awww sounds like fun. Have a great time Herb! 😀

  9. Tangie Avatar

    Enjoy Herb and family. Be safe.

    1. Herb Avatar

      Thanks

  10. J P Avatar

    Time with the guys of the family sounds great. Time in the woods much less so for me. I love the idea of the great outdoors. It is the actual outdoors that I struggle with. This is just one reason it is good that you are not more like me. 🙂

    1. Herb Avatar

      lol. Well, I can like you and not be like you but yes, I love it.

  11. haoyando Avatar

    Summer in the mountains. It must be a wonderful time. Is there a snow-capped mountain during the summer?

    1. Herb Avatar

      Yes, quite a few, actually. We were only at about 9000 feet above sea level elevation but whe you get around 11 or 12 snow stays pretty much year round. It did snow one year when we were up in that spot but it didn’t last very long.

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