Sometimes we need the fog to remind ourselves that all of life is not black and white. – Jonathan Lockwood Huie
Miles hiked today 15.3
I crossed two bridges very early in my hike. The first was just a regular bridge we see all the time on the Appalachian Trail. The second was the famed James River Foot Bridge. It is the longest foot bridge on the Appalachian Trail. It crosses the James River.
I walked by some cool cliff rocks right after the bridge. I am always amazed at the number of things that grow out of the rocks. Back home we have a hard time getting grass to grow after we fertilize it, mow it and tend to it. But here on the trail things grow out of rocks-go figure.
About an hour into my hike the fog rolled in. With the fog came an off and on drizzle, that had me grabbing for my raincoat, then putting it away over and over again.
I know this blog is not as uplifting as usual. But I’m sick and tired of the fog! Tomorrow the weatherman says it supposed to be partly cloudy. That means it’s also supposed to be partly sunny! I’m ready for some sunshine.