We have to transition from training to enjoyment of hiking. I have decided my word for the pandemic is adaptable.
The ridge between northern and southern Umbrian forests grows the magical black truffles famous in many Italian dishes. On our hike to the ‘ecotourism’ Bartoli Farm, it begins to rain as fog rolls in and covers the mountains with mist. ( Patrico sul Monteluco, email@example.com) The farm is a working farm and is available for dining tourists and … Continue reading AGRITOURISM – Truffle Farm
“Then the Lord said to Isaiah, “Take your son Shear-jashub and go out to meet King Ahaz. You will find him at the end of the aqueduct that feeds water into the upper pool, near the road leading to the field where cloth is washed. Tell him to stop worrying. Isaiah 7:3 NLT Collepino, Italy is a small … Continue reading Collepino and the Aqueduct
“You shall charge the sons of Israel, that they bring you clear oil of beaten olives for the light, to make a lamp burn continually.” Exodus 27:20 We hiked miles through the forest to the ridge and started down the mountain. A lovely German shepherd greeted us as we started back down the mountain after three miles hiking. Wild … Continue reading Pure Olive Oil
Ezekiel 29:5 “I will abandon you to the wilderness, you and all the fish of your rivers; You will fall on the open field; you will not be brought together or gathered. (NASB) My friend and I hiked three times in four days at Two Rivers Park in Little Rock, Arkansas where we walked her two delightful white … Continue reading Rivers and History
New friends? Do they like to hike?
Exhaustion from Hikes?
Luke 6:22b “Blessed are you who weep now, for you shall laugh.” (NAS) Laughter. Spontaneous, erupting belly laughs are good for the soul. My friend and I met to celebrate her decade birthday with a hike at Red Rocks in Colorado Springs. The anniversary of her husband’s death two years ago, losing her job, facing … Continue reading Laughter in a Pack
Dogs in Rain