Nominated by last weeks' guest BZ Dogs!
Bunny here at the keyboard to share the first adventure of 2014.
To make things even more perfect, it began to snow as we were getting ready to go.
The sign about the road being closed kept a lot of people from making the hike to the canyon this year.
We certainly were not disappointed when we arrived at the end of the canyon. The frozen waterfall was gorgeous and beautifully formed. It looked a bit like an ice castle. It’s not hard to dream of fairy tales in a place like that. It’s hard to believe it was ever tainted by violence. It’s also hard to believe that it’s the same place that we see during other seasons of the year. You’d never guess that the waterfall could be that spectacular if you saw it in the spring, summer or fall months.
The brisk air definitely made me feel energized to get moving.
It was nice to have time to get out, away from the distractions of everyday life and have some time seeing the real world. There’s nothing like a giant frozen waterfall to make you realize how small you are in the world. It’s also different reconnecting with your loved ones without the familiar distractions of everyday life around. Experiencing something with all your senses has a way of making you feel more alive. I hope everyone else’s 2014 is off to as great a start as ours!
From the author Molly The Wally.
And we got this fabulous award from the wonderful Speedy over here and we say a big heartfelt thank you and we will pop it on our awards page with pride.