In response to W.B. Tyson's search for his querencia (Op-Ed Page, Oct. 11) may I remind him (and the readers) of the words of the late, eloquent naturalist Aldo Leopold.
"It is the part of wisdom never to revisit a wilderness, for the more golden the lily, the more certain that someone has gilded it. To return not only spoils a trip but tarnishes a memory. It is only in the mind that shining adventure remains forever bright."