Now that was one epic adventure. Spending 3 days immersed in nature and surrounded by mountains was exactly what I needed to provide perspective, and to allow me to reset my priorities and remind me of what living is all about. The mountains amazed me to the extent that I would shake my head and laugh at the sheer beauty and incredulity of nature. The mountains challenged me, to the point that I didn't think I could take another step, or run another meter. The mountains reminded me of my affinity for nature and the natural world. The mountains provided perspective, and showed me the pure joy it is just to breathe, jump, laugh, and explore. The mountains humbled me with their stoic presence, and imposing size, reminding me that I am comically helpless and at their mercy in nature. The mountains revitalized my love for living simply, and made me appreciate all the simple joys I posses in my life. It allowed me to remember that it doesn't take much to bring me joy: just fresh air, nature, and adventure. The mountains tested both my physical strength and mental fortitude, and pushed me to my limits. The mountains illustrated that I have much to learn, and that I will never stop learning. The mountains have reinspired me, and have given new life to me. The mountains took me in with open arms and released me back into the world a different person. Climbing these mountains was a hectic adventure, and I loved every mystical, mesmerizing, majestic second of it.