It was eventually very windy on the starting side on our crossing in 2014 (and practically calm once past the high point). There was one memorable fellow in flip flops and a few others in shorts & T shirts as wind demanded sheltering. As it says above, not a problem if properly prepared. Second the definitely worth it comment. Looking back to the high point.
Near CH after picking up reports @ Concord Cardiology. To water tank and then to top of Wynant Hill & back - got near Fisk St. parking & had to retrace. Ended up behind Granite Ledges. Saw 3 solo women, one dog.
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To the Y after tho I did not want to go inside but it's important to do it & be consistent - which I am not.
Walked over to the power line around 0200, too wide awake for anything else. Bow is generally under a canopy of leaves but here was the Milky Way and the classic, standout constellations: Big & Little Dipper, Orion, Cassiopeia and a few others. Seldom these days do I get to stand attentively under 'a wide and starry sky'.
All I can come up with for the past three or so days but fun in that it was with grand kids in autumn splendor in Nottingcook. Went to Woods Hole with Beth Sat & Sun for a CCA gam but did not get ashore Sunday. Had the alarm set for 0610 but rain on the hatch & some fallout from the party nixed that. Lots of wind returning but that's not exertion either. Appt with cardiology today to assemble tests for surgery at some point in next 4 mos but couldn't posit a guess as to when.