Jackson again

Kim and I went for a little hike thursday afternoon in the Elk Refuge and climbed some grassy hills that overlooked the valley, or Hole as Jackson called it. Its always surprising to realize how much beauty God made when most of it goes unseen by human eyes. We forged our own path up and all along the way found things that were beautiful- some small wildflowers, skelletal remains, rocks, grasses, and the smells of the changing earth. We had a view of the Snake river, and the Tetons beyond- and I can't believe how many details go unseen. Beyond these mountains there are more mountains and hills and holes, all covered with wildflowers and grasses, but they are harder to get to and they go on so long there's no way you could explore them all.
"wash my eyes that I may see"

No comments: