“SHOULDN’T YOU BE RIDING THOSE THINGS?” The lady was in her 60s, one of nine pole-equipped hikers winding their way through the upper reaches of Larrabee State Park just south of Bellingham, Washington. It was a Wednesday in February and nearing noon. Overcast skies spat drizzle, and temperatures hovered around 48 degrees. It smelled like spring: wet dirt and decaying ground cover mixed with a hint of premature blossom in an unusually mild winter. With a slight smile, the greyhaired mother figure had called us out.
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