Your description literally gives me chills. I am exhausted by cities and crowds and concrete jungles.
Your post caused me some nostalgia. I spent years on the banks of the Potomac. I hiked along its little start up creek through the Maryland mountains, watched from a mountain top as it crashed into the Shenandoah at Haper's Ferry, swam in it in the parks of Great Falls, rode horses along the shores in Burlington Park and dodged jellyfish where the Potomac merges with the Chesapeake on the forgotten corner of southeastern Virginia.
I miss it terribly.
I am thrilled to hear you are feeding some feral cats, and assisting some wildlife as well as providing a habitat for them.
Thank you for what you are doing for the animals.
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