Bob’s in trouble.
Continuing straight forward. Paths? We don’t need no stinking paths! (Grin!)
Time to take a big risk and leave the path altogether. Just watch out for the Wiley Bears.
time for a u-turn?
I like hiking on a loop trail: At no point (except the trailhead) is this sign appropriate. Sometimes, though there’s a trail to the start of the loop. I call that a lollipop trail. And it’s better than an out and back trail.
PS: It’s often better to go the same direction around the loop as the other hikers: That way you aren’t passing or being passed so often. On the other hand, I kind of like to go once one way, then the other way the next time: Vistas are different, depending on which way you’re walking.
There are no more paths less traveled. They were all paved over for strip malls.
All of those roads you didn’t travel and the choice of which one in the future will you take?
Time to think vertically Bob!
Doin’ it tomorrow.
Which way leads to “OH NO NOT AGAIN”
Meet the new boss, same as the old boss.
“Take it.” (Yogi Berra)
Just pick a direction, Bob. The hike should still be fun.
When you come to a fork in the road, take it [Attributed to Yogi Berra]
It means either path has a latrine somewhere along the way.
yes there are two paths you can go by, but in the long run, there’s still time to change the road you’re on.
It assumes you don’t want to hike the same trail twice. Now, philosophically, Heraclitus said you can’t anyway. Metaphorically, I’d like a return to something resembling familiar/normal after the last four years.
which one will take him to the shop called Got The Tee Shirt?
It has been my experience that the ’path less traveled" is less traveled for a reason. Usually, a good one.
Either way, don’t forget to get a T-shirt.
Hiking in the Twilight Zone National Park.
But does he own the T-Shirt to prove it?
Where’s the Tee shirt stand?
“I’ve gone to find myself. If you see me before I get back, keep me here.”
How about “Got Lost”.
What difference does it make?
And if I go straight into the trees – “Ran into that”.
Hey Bob, you should put a food cart by the trees and call it “do it again”, man that’s a prime location!!!
There are lots of trees to climb.
Wiley bears are awesome! love them
Sometime the road less traveled is for a reason.
Nobody goes there anymore it’s to crowded.
Roads? Where we’re going we don’t need .. roads!
By strange coincidence, just this week I released my “BTDT” T-shirt over on Zazzle.
Remember what Yogi taught us: “If you come to a fork in the road, take it.”
Both lead to t-shirt shops.
I am immediately thinking of all the people who go on international cruises to see “strange places”, which are no longer strange because of the millions of people who have come from other lands to see them, yet insist on the “comforts” of home. I hope these folks have found a way to engage meaningfully with their home-town communities during this pandemic. Service can be more rewarding that hedonistic travel.
Now, he’s left with discovering which path is Less Wiley Beared.
February 16, 2022