Still, we packed up and we went. Our cabin was perfect, and Rocky Mountain National Park was all ours most of the time we were there as we visited during the week. It was a little cold, but both girls had fun, and Marie enjoyed being out and about far more than I would have expected. I'm really grateful for that.
It was funny, away from our day to day lives, I felt so much peace with where we are right now. I keep using the word grateful because I really am. We don't know how long Marie will be with us, right now she's doing so good, but it could all change in the blink of an eye. We were so blessed to be able to show our baby a little of the world. I know that what we have here pales in comparison to Heaven, but as you can see from our photos, God has made some awe inspiring things.
As for Josie, every trail must be walked, every rock must be climbed, she would prefer to be in the lead thank you very much, and she saw two foxes, got some shiny rocks for her rock collection, and a big box of salt water taffy. She was over the moon!
Do you know the old country song? "If God doesn't live in Colorado, I bet that's where He spends most of His time". We could definitely feel Him with us every step we took.
- Psalms 34:8 NIV
Taste and see that the LORD is good; blessed is the man who takes refuge in him.
- Psalms 84:5 NIV
Blessed are those whose strength is in you, who have set their hearts on pilgrimage.
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Bear Lake Road, near Glacier Gorge Junction