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Dark Hollow Falls: Shenandoah National Park, VA

August 18, 2008

“INTRICACY is that which is given from the beginning, the BIRTHRIGHT, and in intricacy is the HARDINESS of COMPLEXITY that ensures against the failure of all life. This is our HERITAGE, the piebald LANDSCAPE of TIME. We walk around; we see a shred of THE INFINITE possible combinations of an infinite variety of forms.
Anything can happen; any pattern of speckles may appear in A WORLD CEASELESSLY BAWLING WITH NEWNESS.”
– Annie Dillard

Mark and I spent the day yesterday in Shenandoah National Park. We drove a piece of Skyline Drive, and hiked the Dark Hollow Falls. We soaked up the fresh, cool air, and did some thinking. We made (well, Mark, and I supported) the decision to forfeit our lease on the apartment we’d found, and continue searching for the ‘right’ place for us to live in Richmond. . .

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