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Week 3 – The Grand Tetons

“The mountains are calling and I must go.” – John Muir

The Grand Tetons are more than yet another breathtaking mountain range. I remember the summer of 2000, when the fires burned slowly over the range – the irony was at the time, my own life was at a crossroads – a low like I had never known before.

Behind every burn is a new start and it was for me, like it was for these majestic mountains. They thrived thanks to that wildfire, but they had to change.

The timeless wisdom of these mountains create a calmness amidst chaos; serenity within the bold and rugged peaks; and speaks directly to my soul. I could never come west and not spend time in these mountains.

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