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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.”

A rock cairn serving as an altar
A rock cairn serving as an altar

“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.”

Pathfinder in a dress with Sanji
Pathfinder in a dress with Sanji

“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.

Pathfinder, Tracy and Truck
Pathfinder, Tracy and Truck
Pathfinder building a fire
Pathfinder building a fire
Pathfinder dancing
Pathfinder dancing

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.

Pathfinder will be leading the daytime portion the Building Community Weekends come up this spring:  March 18-20, April 8-10, May 13-15, June 3-5, and June 17-19.

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