Hi, I’m Tina and I’m a nemophilist!
I can never get enough of walking in our woods. There is something about the noise of crickets, birds, hawks, crunching leaves and cracking sticks that soothes the soul.
The smell of the earth, fragrant wild vines, wet leaves, and tree bark keeps your senses alive.
It’s a new adventure every season and day walking our trails. Every day nature changes herself with a recent broken tree limb on the trail, a tree that has shed it’s leaves, a woodpeckers that has pecked a new design in a hollowed out dead tree.
The dogs happily prance around running at times from trail to trail on the scent of an animal. On a neighboring trail a shack was put up overnight last winter.
On horseback you see things at a different level and there’s always time to snap a picture of changing leaves, favorite old trees and open meadows.
Happy dogs go racing by only to be stopped dead in their tracks by a friendly neighbor enjoying the trails on her horse.
And there’s never a dull moment for human or animal. There is nothing but the beauty of our world in all it’s splendor.
So while I now know the name of my addiction, I am happy to admit that I am a Nemophilist!!!