Pathfinder first came to Easton Mountain, as he says, “Many moons ago – probably about eight years ago, I came to Easton Mountain to volunteer.” Several factors kept him coming back: It was a place he could come to be with other men with similar interests; it was a place to come to be in nature; and that involved into his personal mission for being here at Easton Mountain: “To make all of the land accessible to our Easton Mountain family by establishing a trail network throughout the land.”
“Rocks are Spirit Guides for me so I created rock cairns that are beautiful, and may speak to other people as they look at them. You will find them in surprising places.”
“Sometimes a tree or rock will stop me in my tracks. I have to look at it and talk to it – to thank it for being there.”
“I don't think of myself as a drag queen, but I do wear dresses at times.” He broadens the concept of what a man may wear.
These pictures show only a few of the ways that Pathfinder keeps things at Easton Mountain running smoothly.
In the future, Pathfinder will be providing material for this blog about the land and the critters we share it with – plants, animals, and rocks.