Intricate rock formations, heaps of sand and grit, bright sunshine, cold shade, layers of history, abounding sage.
We camped, hiked, ate our weight in burgers (thanks, Milts), explored, and laughed. We didn’t have an agenda and weren’t bound to a schedule. We were reminded of the rest that comes from being still outside in what God has created.
And it was good.
Awesome photo of Kobuk – blending right in! I’d be totally down with a quick vacation to Moab…or Colorado. Miss you guys!
Miss you too–I’ve been thinking about you a lot lately! You’re almost to April and you’re almost done with that crazy cert. test!
Come visit ANY time! Moab is only four hours from our house… that’s not far :)!
ps: right, about Kobuk? That rock wall really is as vertical as it looks–he can scramble! Maybe he’s part bighorn sheep… this would explain his fluffy white butt.