Walk 20 feet off most roads on this Island and you are on your own. One is still able to step where none have stepped before and experience what was common to the first peoples; connection and reverence. The moss that drips and the fog that conceals are but two of the many signals that you are here and that there is no need to go there.
We all have our secret trails and gullies, creek beds and tube runs and we are far too skilled at deception to allow others to find them. You earn these secrets by putting in time and being there when others are too busy. Never be too busy. Explore the land of tall trees with a friend at your side and a trusty hound in the lead.