A few years back, my husband and I along with two of our good friends went on a Four-Wheel adventure together.
To this day, it is one of my favorite memories and we’ve had quite a few with our good friends.
These pictures were taken on the Continental Divide Trail outside of Lake City, Colorado. Yes, that’s me behind my husband all bundled up in the helmet. This was during August but it was still quite cold in the high country.
We’ve had some amazing adventures with our friends from this trip to the top of the mountain to the time we were stranded with two flat tires outside of Platoro, Colorado on the 4th of July.
Whether on a four-wheeler or a car with two flat tires, getting to the mountaintop isn’t always easy. It’s a path that can be paved with heartbreak and broken dreams. Sickness and even death.
In Psalm 23: 4 David writes, Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.
What an amazing promise. No matter how dark our valleys are, or how euphoric the mountaintops can get, we are on a journey that will have bad days and wonderful ones.
But as you pass through this world filled with troubles, look up! Heaven is our future home and we are all just walking each other home.