Thursday, March 27, 2008

Explaining the "Tricky Trail"

The other day I played a game called "The Tricky Trail," the improvisation of a bored 6-year old trying to fill her day. A suburban sidewalk chalked with numbers marked spots where the Tricky Trail traveler might look for hidden treasures under bushes, in trees, or in holes dug by dogs - but beware, the trail can be treacherous - actually not really. The Tricky Trail, by sheer coincidence of being invented by the mind of a child just days ago, becomes the name of this blog.

During some tricky trials on the trail, I've made some friends. Hopefully they'll not tarry in joining in soon. Until then, I'm going to go for a sprint on the beach. Happy trails...

Nani J. Cootsack

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