True North Yoga

Made it to Montana

There is plenty of suffering in the world. There is plenty of joy as well. All of it needs to be experienced.

October 6, 10:00 am

I woke up in the best mood!  All cozy in my camper bed, warm from the furnace, the blankets, and Rainbow Sprinkles next too me.  I am so grateful that I am able to do this trip.  I am only a couple hundred miles from my destination, so taking it easy this morning.  

Not all is rosy.  I stepped in dog pooh, didn’t know it and shared that with the camper floor.  The fire alarm/dinner bell went off when I cooked my egg, I burnt my hand on the skillet, and part of my egg fell to the floor and was quickly cleaned up by Lollipop.  

 

As I sit here drinking coffee and soaking my sore foot in Epsom salts, I can’t help but ponder the blessing that I have to see the world in a positive way.  I know many folks who cannot or do not do so, and my heart breaks for them.  I don’t know how to help them, suppose I cannot, but I can listen when I am able and try to give another perspective.  

There is plenty of suffering in the world.  There is plenty of joy as well.  All of it needs to be experienced.  I have always been a big picture person.  I consider the beauty of this country, unfolding and changing as I travel, and I know that I am blessed.  Dog pooh seems so small in comparison!

Montana is such a beautiful state!  I am in such awe as it unfolds in front of me.  I am here now at my final destination, just south of Hamilton.  I am staying at a fly fishing RV site, right by the bitterroot river.  It is truly magical.  Camp is all set, and my training starts tomorrow.  

I ventured up to a hot spring today, had a nice swim and soak.  On the way I met a heard of big horn sheep in someone’s front yard!  They are so beautiful and majestic.  I have seen a heard of mountain goats, a heard of antelope, mule deer and the bighorns.  So much to see and experience!  Can’t wait to share all that I learn!

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