Selene portrait
  • Expedition: Apr 28 - May 3, 2013
  • Selene
  • Generation Green Central California Consortium
  • Yosemite National Park: North Rim of Yosemite Valley

Wednesday, May 1, 2013

Today is Wednesday May Frist today we went on a hike to Indian Rock. Me and Erick were the leaders of today hike. As we hiked up my prospective of what wilderness was started to change. When we first got here the only thing that I thought that the wilderness was was a bottom less abyss of nothingness. That to be out in the wilderness was to be alone but today all of that changed. I seemed to realize that the wilderness had so much to offer to 1 person. The wilderness might not be a person that can talk to you and give you ideas but the language of it give you new ideas, ideas that are of this world and beyond. Well I was walking through the forest for once. I didn't have to worry about if blue was the dominant color. I didn't have to worry about any of the problems that the city causes. Not once through out the walk did I have to worry about who read what on facebook. The only thing that I had to worry about was having fun and enjoying the live. In that moment nothing seemed to matter. Not then but not never it seemed that live passed by way too fast and maybe I haven’t used all of the other live as effective as I should have had but never the less the live that I sensed today well just seemed priceless.

Selene Blindfold

May 1, 2013

While I was hiking through the forest there was only one thing that I could think of. The only things that went through my head and that was how much I was enjoying my time here. Also for once I didn't have to worry about the problems that the city brings for one. I didn't have to worry about the husal and busel of the city for once I didn't have to worry about if blue or red is superior. I didn't have to worry about rather the street you live on is going to get shot at if a gang is going to be on your street at night.

Have you ever been to a place were it seems like it been taken out of a fairybook. A place that belongs to everyone a place were everyone is welcome no matter what role you play in society a place were not even the strongest more powerful of men or women can say that this is only their land a place where the word privet property doesn't exist. Well I have its called Yosemite. How can Yosemite be compared to a place from a fairybook if it has not castles and kings and queens. But your right Yosemite can’t be compared to any fairybook setting because it is much better and unlike sitting in a book this one is real. But there is one thing in common. They have in common they both have kings and queens except in Yosemite everyone is a king and a queen.

Selene Fire Ring

Selene Snow
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