Dim photo of me holding a keychain LED in my teeth on the way down from a mountain hike

So here’s the spooky story, continued. It was supposed to be just a walk. In fact, I had joked with friends about the North American habit of calling an English “walk” a “hike”. But we were both wrong. It was more than a walk. And it was quite a hike. I created a set of photos on Flickr, and when I started they had a narrative structure. But I screwed the upload, so they are not in order on my photo page, and if you view the set as a slide show you don’t see the thrilling story details. Maybe it is possible to re-order the images in my photostream, but I have not discovered how. No matter, I have another plan.

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