October 24, 2020

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Tamarack swamps are not the most walk-friendly spaces in the North. Filled with bottomless wet holes and packed tight with trees, the wedging, burrowing and squeezing a human body has to undergo to scrutinize them, not to mention the tentative steps trying to avoid the watery crevasses to middle earth, slows one down to my most favorite mode of exploration-one wonderful inch at a time.