I think one thing about enjoying the Wollaston Experience is that it gives a person a chance to just be. Being in nature allows us to escape the distractions and busyness of daily life and truly be present in the moment. Each day we put ourselves into the unknown of the natural environment and don’t try to hide from it. That little piece of vulnerability keeps us grounded. We don’t know what the weather will be, we don’t know what the fish will do and honestly we don’t know how we will react when each of those change continually.
The Wollaston Experience, embraces the unknown and finding solace in nature, seems to offer a valuable opportunity for self-reflection and rejuvenation. It’s a chance to let go of the expectations and pressures of everyday life and simply be present in the moment, finding joy and fulfillment in the simplicity of the natural world. It’s gives us perspective and that’s why we do it.