Scrabble in the woods

Squingggg! Somebody out in San Fran had made a scrabble move on me. And is beating the pants off of me. Again. We were so far out in the woods I didn’t even know I had phone service. I didn’t move back yet. I am a slow scrabble player.

Squingggg! We took a side trip into where the beaver pond is and somebody out in Seattle or thereabouts had made a scrabble move on me. This is a new game but I’m sure I’ll get the pants beaten off me. I didn’t move back yet. I am a slow scrabble player.

By the way, that photooo didn’t quite turn out the way I wanted it to but I am standing more or less *below* the beaver dam and the water level is about at my eye level.

Sorted and flung all morning, then headed out to Brook Trout Pond to hike a section of the North Country Trail with our fave Hiawatha Shore-to-Shore Chapter folks. The last time I hiked this section was back in the 1990s, before the Shore-to-Shore chapter existed. It was pretty rugged and not particularly well marked in some areas. Much better today although they are working to re-route the main trail away from the beaver dam so we did a bit of good bushwacking. We ended our hike near the rock wall.

I am dead tired but in a good way. Good night.

4 Responses to “Scrabble in the woods”

  1. Margaret Says:

    Scrabble, flinging and hiking–can’t think of a better day than that! 😉 Even if you were losing at scrabble, slowpoke!

  2. DogMomster Says:

    Nice photos! Wishing I coulda been there to help with sorting/flinging… but have a concert today. So, couldn’t have made it even if I had been given a solid date to work with….

  3. isa Says:

    But somehow you can destroy any crossword puzzle I’m doing! >:> <3

  4. Tonya Watkins Says:

    No worries! This is my first time ever playing Words with Friends. I’m slow, too, and will likely lose. I love words, but have never been great with crosswords.