Remembering an Amazing Hike

Two years ago, a couple of my bro-in-laws and I took a hike to the top of Long’s Peak in Colorado.  It was the sort of hike where, while you’re hiking, you keep expecting to see dead bodies down below.  Without a doubt, it’s the most challenging hike I’ve ever been on, and I took a few photos on the trail.

I posted this up a couple of years ago, but today a friend of mine reminded me about the trip.  Definitely worth five minutes to look through the pics.

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4 thoughts on “Remembering an Amazing Hike

  1. Man Kyle, has it been two years? Going through that album brought back so many good memories. A few in particular; the altitude sickness was gnarley. I think I left my GPS on the summit cause I have gone through everything I own looking for it and can’t find it. (Good to see it in those pics though.) Taylor’s awesome human strength. Your hilarious comment about being so positive on the first part of the hike and on the way back, stumbbling along like whipped pups. The boulder field with boulders the size of a double decker bus. Laying horizontal everytime we stopped. Wishing I would of taken more pics. And who can forget that awesome view on the summit? One of the best times of my life. I had a blast with you guys! When is the next one?

  2. These were so much fun to look at again:) So glad you guys got to do this! Some really amazing views…those Rocky Mountains take your breath away. Does anybody remember who was taking these pics?
    And BJL, remember the great start you made by throwing things around the cabin at 3:00 am:) Good times.

  3. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH! Oh man! That is hilarious. I still can’t believe that my sweet little Brynn didn’t wake up. : )

  4. Ben, you’re right. Those were fun times. Next time, I’m going to be in better shape.

    Sorry about your GPS. That’s pretty lame.

    Yeah, it was funny that on the way up we were talking about the goodness of God and His amazing creation. On the way down we were talking about the effects of the fall and how our world is now marred by sin. :)

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