"There are no words that can tell the hidden spirit of the wilderness, that can reveal its mystery, its melancholy and its charm"
We're enjoying a few days exploring Zion National Park in Southern Utah. There's something about the impartial, colossal red white and cream-swirled cliffs that allow you to just be, to stop worrying. Look at the weathered sandstone, and time stares back at you - millions of years all at once. It's hard to get caught up in the day to day when we're reminded of how small we are in this beautiful place. It's as if somehow, your mind wanders, expands and fills up the vastness, freeing you from individuality. You cease to be you, you just are, and it's profoundly refreshing.
Home is a quiet ranch with a resident herd of buffalo, adding to the sense of calm and serenity. I just wanted to share a bit of the beauty and peace, in hopes that you enjoy it as much as we do.
|Returning from the hike to Angel's Landing - across the narrow cliff ledge in the middle|
Our home for a few days:
Thanks for reading. Wishing you a happy Thanksgiving!