It was indeed. Hopefully sometime soon we can go again on a better day when the wind is not so strong and brisk.
The wilderness is definitely something that is worth while, it is so diverse and beautiful. I am glad I had the chance to breath in the whole experience and in the process; I have somewhat gotten over my irrational fear of heights.
Today me and my dad went for a six hour hike through and down ravines, gullies, high and desolate hills, down creekbeds and small but walkable trails, through a plateau or two and down fourty degree angle declines and inclines. The view at the top of the lonely mountain was phenomenal but the gale sure disrupted my viewing pleasure, today was just a windy day.
Too bad I didn't bring my camera to take some pictures of the trek we endured. I had no (Double A) batteries lying around unfortunately.
Happy Easter buddy! If you don't celebrate it that is fine. We aren't religious but we just celebrate it I suppose with a good ham or turkey dinner and an egg hunt in the morning for my younger sister, yeah it doesn't really make sense. But the littler ones sure enjoy it.