"The Power of the imagination makes us infinite."
John Muir, the naturalist and author died on this day,
100 years ago on Dec. 24, 1914: (1838-1914)
John Muir Trail Collage
from wikipediaMuir was a passionate conservationist who spearheaded the founding of Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks. There is a trail named after him that traverses over 200 miles in Southern California.
The Pacific Crest Trail, which runs from the Canadian border down the Sierras to Mexico (over 2500 miles in length) joins up with the JMT in the Southern Sierras. The peaks are as high as 13,500 feet.
The Pacific Crest Trail in the
with a view of the Ritter Range
The views from the trails, which I often traversed, are spectacular and definitely opened up and stimulated my imagination--- and obviously continue to do so---to infinite possibilities-- to a better world.......
Have a great day!