Mountains catch light and shadow so subtly and differently from moment to moment, their beauty brings enough surprise to feel transportive. There is a sense of renewal given by myriad conditions.
It is the same way when you hit the road for a walk, run, or cycling. Part of the reason for hitting the road is to put variety in your life. There are so many roads, routes, directions, and orders of taking them that hitting the road will often have reset value for you.
Hat tip to Hank Shaw at Hunter-Angler-Gardener-Cook for a nice essay on ‘Sea Beans,’ a coastal, marshy plant reminiscent of ice plants, and nutritious for sure. I emphasize their variety-nutrition value here, because they were expensive…
Here’s what I did with them several weeks back (Sea Beans at left in first photo). I photographed this because it was my first time enjoying sea beans:
Mixed in with the risotto, garlic, potato mix, Ghee, organic vegetable broth, and less cheese than the color suggests. The other ingredients were a mixture of diced greens and onions I had on hand.