Six years ago, I walked a short distance to this beautiful sight. Our son, Asher, had suddenly passed away a couple days prior and my eyes were swollen from crying more than I knew was humanly possible. My heart felt like it physically hurt and I did not know it was possible to feel so much emotional and physical pain and yet still go on living. Seeing this gorgeous sight filled me with the reassurance I would feel happiness again and was a gentle reminder that the God who created this would not let me down. That day the sun was shining, the sky was clear and my heart hurt even a little more that I could do not do the one thing that made me happy- hike. Flash forward to each and every year we have visited since and it is a gentle reminder how painfully beautiful this life can be.