I can see so often how the outdoors mirrors daily life.
This picture portrays a small path off the old Switchback Railroad bed. It’s used primarily by fishermen, hikers and those seeking a little recluse.
The road less traveled sometimes has its pitfalls. Those pitfalls include getting whacked by low-lying branches, breaking spider webs created the night before with your face and slippery or uneven footings.
But that path also carries advantages: the invigoration created by a challenge, a sense of accomplishment for tackling the elements and a higher level of communion with nature.
Have you taken the road less traveled in your life lately?