Bruce, Paco, Oliver and I took a 6.7-mile hike around the perimeter of Blue Mountain Reserve in Peekskill on an unseasonably warm day Monday. The Westchester park is known as one of the premier mountain biking areas in the region but we only saw one cyclist on this weekday morning jaunt.
So what exactly do we do as we trek through the woods? Well, if we were expending any money, it would certainly be as legitimately deductible as a lunch at the Four Seasons, I submit, and offer this video as proof.
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More videos will be available shortly on pacozen.com, as well as chapters from "Parables from the South Bronx," on which I am collaborating with Paco. And if you're wondering where that reference to light at the beginning of the video came from, check out mathematical cosmologist Brian Swimme's explanation of the birth of the universe some 13.7 billion years ago