We started climbing “Jones Mountain” just after the sun arrived to warm the chilly Colorado air. It was not a technical dangerous climb, but it was one that many adults would find difficult to complete.
The air was thin and legs were wobbly, but several factors allowed six children ages 5 to 13 and three ancient fossils to reach the 13,000 ft summit. Those same factors can help you reach any goal you set. Enjoy the pictures.
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One of the strongest addictions in the universe is the desperate need a child has for a blankie. You know, that favorite little piece of cloth that is either rubbed on the nose as they suck their thumb, or gummed into oblivion as they rub their nose?
If you don’t believe it, keep a child overnight when they have left blankie at home. No one will sleep that night.
I can hit a golf ball 200 yards. Unfortunately, it ends up where no man has ever gone before; deep into chigger infested grass, or embedded in the undergrowth of some unexplored wilderness forest. Lately my golf ball has become a water seeking missile.
A little boy would not settle down during a church service. He kept kicking the pew, and defiantly threw hymnals to the floor.
The last straw came when he pulled the hair of the woman sitting in front of him.