January 5, 2015- As some of you know, one of the things that stands out most for me in 2014 was all the movement we had on the mountain. The rocks have shifted in places reminding us that the mountain is not static, it is alive and constantly evolving. Sometimes we don’t see any changes as these can take many, many years but we had record rainfall in the winters of 2013-2014. Also, there are more and more people using Table Mountain National Park more than ever before so this adds to the erosion factor. As the ‘guardians’ of this mountain we need to be awake, and aware of what is happening and take extra precautions and also possibly start talking about some regulations. What we can do in the meantime is be mindful, aware and fully present with regards to our decisions and movements.