Becoming One with God

What does it mean to be “One with God”? Is it an emotionally charged experience? Are you like a Pentecostal speaking in tongues, or deep in a meditative state like the Dalai Lama? Is it even possible, or is it just reserved for a chosen few? I am going through a study that talks about... Continue Reading →

A Hidden Trail in the Ozarks

Talk about "off the beaten trail"..... this trail took a great deal of patience and trust in Erik's navigation skills as it was nearly impossible to find the trail head off a small and remote highway in the Arkansas Ozark Mountains. We used the All Trails app to find this place and noticed that is... Continue Reading →

Ready for Spring

I don't have much to say this morning other than I have had enough of rain and cold weather. We certainly needed the rain as it has been very dry but 7 days straight with nearly 10 inches? That's a bit much. So I decided to post some pictures from last Spring on our front... Continue Reading →

Stan’s Place

There's truly nothing like my friend Stan or the amazing place he calls home. Stan himself, as you might have gathered by looking at this photo, is a one of a kind individual who beats to a different drum and seems to care less about what others would think of him or his colorful life.... Continue Reading →

Somewhere in Colorado

Sadly I can't remember where we took this awesome photo but I'm pretty sure it was on the "Million Dollar Highway" between Durango and Ouray, Colorado. I could certainly write a post about that short journey as my head was spinning from the cork screw road and sheer cliffs. If I'm wrong on where these... Continue Reading →

4-Wheeling in Silverton Colorado

Silverton is a former silver mining camp, dating back to 1860. By the late 1870's as many as 2,000 miners and their families lived there as the prospectors mined for silver and gold. Some of the mines were open until the 1990's and rumor has it that there are still rich deposits in the nearby... Continue Reading →

Hoover Dam, Nevada/Arizona Border

Ansel Adams was able to climb down the cliff side to get his photo above but it is not too dissimilar to the one we snapped from the road bridge spanning the river. (Photo attributed to: Ansel Adams - U.S. National Archives and Records Administration) After making a wrong turn..... literally... Meredith and I decided... Continue Reading →

Blog at WordPress.com.

Up ↑