I have now completed the BIG FIVE national parks in the Utah: Arches, Zion, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands, and now, Bryce Canyon. Without knowing it, I think I saved the best for last.
We cannot go back, and we can't be in the future. So we have to be and give our best in every "right now" that we have.
This is one of the best times of year for me...the beginning of the non-snow hiking season. I am sharing some of the fun pix from the early hikes thus fa
And when we better understand ourselves, we also open doors to a peace, calm and stillness that in turn, opens even more doors in the relationships that matter most.
This is the third post in a series of encouragement and thought based upon "How to Fight" by Thich Nhat Hanh.
However, twice in the past week I have felt impressed to take the 4 mile drive to Utah Lake. I was not disappointed either time. The first visit, I came across ice fisherman and on today's visit, I found the broken ice sheets at sunset.
Some of my best photos of 2020.
Yesterday I finally did something I had been planning to do for over 4 years. I climbed Mt. Timpanogos. We encountered what I will now forever call, Satan's Cliff of Eternal Hell and Damnation.
Then all of a sudden, I saw an American flag vigorously waving in the stiff breeze to my left. I started to walk toward it and then realized it was perched on the very edge of a sheer rock cliff.
This is one of Ann's photos. Very nice! Frequenters to this blog will know that I have had a wonderful hiking season so far this year. I have had lots of milestones reached and have experienced amazing beauty. Today reached a whole new level. Wildflowers were everywhere on today's most amazing hike! And when I … Continue reading A Not-So-Secret Lake