It was a warm and windless start through the forest and even also as we popped out into the open.
The blue was slowly disappearing yet the wildflowers were quickly appearing.
garden lined trail
As we continued to climb the gray replaced the blue.
except for this blue
With all the conversation and fun, the climb passed fast and we hit the top. This is my favourite spot on Mt. Lipsett. You can see the highway far below. I wore the pants today. Those park warden coloured pants. That meant many rules were created which were refused and abused, all in fun!
That fever that's going around took a toll on us.
We all heard Italian Medallion utter the word karate! She presented examples of what that word would look like in action. We knew what we needed to do and this was the result. I guess that word means something different to each of us and we gave our own interpretation.
looking back at one of our play areas
There is such a variety of terrain up on Mt Lipsett. The rock formations and colors always capture my attention and I just have to invest a little time in admiring it all.
descending the garden lined trail as the blue begins to reappear
We were a group that appreciated being able to be out in this environment today.
We found lots to love about this day.
We arrived back at the trial head to a very warm temperature and a bright blue sky. While it was a lovely beginning and end to our day, it was even greater in between that. We filled those in betweeen hours with our own flare of fun. Thank you for sharing in this day in your own kind of way. Thank you for refusing the rules. Just plain and simple "Thank you for a kind of day where we all could feel like we were on top of the world!"