Donna of Wind Kisses is our guest host for this weeks photo challenge. She invites us to show what over the hill means to us.
I can say that at my age I am definitely over the hill in years, but not in attitude. I’ve reached the age that I know my limitations and know that I can’t do everything I used to do. I also know I will never stop enjoying life to the fullest or stop having fun. Every day is a gift.
In my younger days I enjoyed hiking in new places. Back in 2006, the Delicate Arch hike in Arches National, Utah was probably the most difficult hike I’ve ever attempted. Yes, we hiked up that slick rock and along a very narrow ledge to get to the top.
It was quite a challenge but when we reached the top this view made it all worthwhile.
Many other times we drove up mountain for a scenic view instead of hiking.
This stunning view from an overlook made the drive up steep scenic Glacier Point Road in Yosemite National Park, California one to remember.
We were rewarded with this Alpine Visitor’s Center in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado at the top of Trail Ridge Road.
Sometimes life throws us a challenge we don’t want to face. My biggest hill to climb in my personal life was my Ovarian Cancer journey. There have been many bumps in the road along the way but today I am grateful that my cancer has been gone for over 11 years.
Did you know September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month? I was one of the lucky women to be diagnosed at an early stage.
Many thanks to Donna’s Lens-Artists Challenge #218 – Over the Hill