Do You Walk a Pedestrian Path?

Second Wind Leisure Perspectives

Sac State student deftly walks the high ropes course at the Challenge Center. Student deftly walks the high ropes course at the Challenge Center.

When simply walking won’t do!

The word Pedestrian brings to mind someone walking along a path, sidewalk, or street. It also means “lacking inspiration or excitement; dull,” according to the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge.

In my leisure perspective, pedestrians are also found hiking on trails, climbing a vertical wall, traversing a beam 40 feet up in the air, or walking a thin tightrope over a lake, making their walking experience anything but dull and ordinary.

“Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn, and you will. Vernon Howard

Enjoy a gallery of images of my Sacramento State students participating in various experiential learning activities.

Walking around campus or any other location is always better with your favorite beverage.

Students walking through library breezeway Spurred on by the promise of campus “Grumpy Mule” coffee, student pedestrians make their way to the library.

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