Public service announcement


We interrupt transmission to bring you pictures of my hike today. The trail is the same, the distance the same but the exhaustion is different!

About makagutu

As Onyango Makagutu I am Kenyan, as far as I am a man, I am a citizen of the world

42 thoughts on “Public service announcement

  1. fabryhistory says:

    What a beautiful view! It makes me want to go for a hike.

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  2. Mordanicus says:

    A joyful interruption.

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  3. aguywithoutboxers says:

    Amazing photos, my Nairobi brother! Does this make the mountain top now sacred? 🙂 Much love and naked hugs!

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  4. Arkenaten says:

    Made me want to sit down and relax…phew!

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  5. john zande says:

    No selfies, again!

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  6. shelldigger says:

    Very cool Mak. Glad you shared.

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  7. themodernidiot says:

    Oh thank you for sharing! Such steep elevations, but with stunning views. There seem to be some dangerous points along the way; I am glad you made it home safe to enrich us as usual 🙂

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  8. nannus says:

    That way up to heaven still looks a bit dangerous 😉
    The view from the top is spectacular, including the sky.

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    • makagutu says:

      All ways to heaven are dangerous my friend, you know some of them involve forgoing all rationality and believing in ghosts and antiquated books

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  9. vastlycurious.com says:

    Nice to see your world again ! Hiking rules.

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  10. Eric Alagan says:

    “The trail is the same, the distance the same but the exhaustion is different!”

    You better move faster, my friend, as Old Man Age is gaining 🙂

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  11. I love your public announcement about the distance being the same, but the exhaustion was different. I did the exact same hiking route up Contemplation Trail in the red rocks yesterday–exactly the same–except the wind was whipping into my face. I almost didn’t make it; finally I had to turn and walk backwards for awhile, but the trail was rough and falling would have ruined me.
    Great pictures.

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  12. Liberty of Thinking says:

    Noel, next time be honest and tell us you’ve been on Mt. Ararat, and found the Ark, using the remains to fix the trail and get rid of the evidence of The Flood!
    Nice to have taken the photo from a distance, for creationists not to have solid proof of a zebra fossil, which is also scientific evidence that god intended zebras to reproduce asexually, since Noah took a fossil on the Ark besides the living, other one…

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  13. It looks like it was a lovely day. I love that last picture especially.

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  14. Great piccies Mak. Something I can only dream of right now. Doesn’t stop me enjoying other people making that walk. Lovely to see pix of your beautiful countryside.

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    • makagutu says:

      You will be well good friend and back to sharing with us photos of animals and your hikes, that is, when you are not writing about feminism.

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  15. Sonel says:

    Wow! Absolutely stunning shots and sights Mak! I loved seeing it and thanks soo much for sharing. 😀

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