I felt a raindrop, on my cheek and my shoulder, the air temperature instantly sank colder. The sun was still out, for how long was unclear but I was purposefully alone and I wanted to be here. Perhaps I made it, just in time, between storms or perhaps I was about to get soaked. (more…)
This is a rather significant climb up, especially for a just turned 4-year-old. The ground is tightly compact, doesn’t give when you step. So, instead you slip with each step forward. He eyed this hill the entire 24 hours we camped here. Our tent is just out of the frame at this hills base. As my husband was packing up the tent and last belongings into the car my son decided it was time to conquer this hill. Getting down was actually much more treacherous than climbing up.