A Hiker’s Quandry

hike, journey, travel, Wadi, rocky, valley, desert“After we come to the realization that we are traveling down the wrong road we have to . . . look around for things to get us back on the correct road. Not seeing any, we have to backtrack working through the things we’ve just traveled through and reacquire our bearings to continue down the correct road.”

This quote is from a blog post by my nephew, Zach Mastellar. I enjoy good analogies, and Zach does an excellent job in this post comparing hiking to walking the narrow road.

See Zach’s United We Stand


See also:

climbing upMore faith-based hiking photos–click here.

A Measure of Faith to go when He says go and stay when He says stay.hiking, climbing

river rafting, kayak, man in kayak, rapids, river rapids, riding the rapidsAdventure at Every Turn — a post which includes a quote from Three Days at Sea


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