My wise old grandmother always used to tell me that if I ever came to a fork in the road, to take the one less traveled because I would learn more about life.
I have always tried to do that.
I also expect the road less traveled to have less evidence of those who might have gone before me.
Unfortunately, though, too many people leave evidence that they were there, and some of the evidence is so unexpected.
Even when I find an unknown beach, it obviously is known to someone!
The following picture is of a “ghost bike,” a memorial to a bicyclist killed at the site. Ghost bikes are fully functional and painted white; they are not the bikes involved in the accidents that killed the cyclist. Rather, they are provided by family and friends of the deceased cyclist.
And, of course, there is the ubiquitous pair of shoes on a utility wire. Doesn’t matter how far out into the boondocks you go, they are there. I guess they have more money than me; I wear my shoes until the soles fall off.
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