Watching the sun rise over the mountains. It had been years. So I stopped on the side of the road. Couple hours later my car broke down but still this sunrise over the mountains was awesome.
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The photo at the top was taken while on a road trip from Southwest Missouri to Chicago a couple weeks ago. It’s quite curvy and hilly in the Ozarks. And for most of the trip we were driving through rain and really heavy clouds and fog, but for about a minute we got to the top of a big hill and drove out of the clouds and there was the morning sunrise! Blue and pink and soft clouds, so beautiful and so unexpected. And then we drove back into the clouds and fog for the rest of the drive.
This picture was taken about a month ago. I have always wanted to go kayaking but have had much fear of it. Mostly the getting tipped over or getting lost. But on this day I decided to kick fear in the face and did it! And it was awesome!
And one more. This photo was taken down at the Chicago Lakefront at night. And that’s the adventure, I went down at night. I normally don’t do that. It was fun to walk along the trail and listen to the sounds of the city and hear wave crash, and then walk to close to the lake side of the trail and get drenched. Oops! But it was fun!
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