Plan B. The backup to what you really want to do or accomplish. Instead of climbing a mountain, I sat for hours looking at a lovely view of mountains and visiting with family. I climbed an 8,000 ton glacial erratic, walked along the Sandy River, and saw an amazing sunset. Sometimes Plan B, turns out to the be perfect plan.
Earl is 6′ 3″. Daggett Rock is approximately 25-feet high.
Me, standing between two fragments of Daggett Rock, Phillips, ME
The tree branches that were propped against Daggett Rock to assist adventurers.
Looking at those logs and wondering… do I dare?
This adventurer had to give it a try.
On top of Daggett Rock. My legs may have been trembling, but my smile was strong and bright.
View from the bottom. That’s how high 25-feet is. Yikes!
I love the smooth rocks on the Sandy River, Phillips, ME
You can see how the water has worn smooth circles into the granite. Ah, the power of water!
I see prehistoric looking bones in these rocks. Worn smooth by water and time.
The music for this podcast is Drifting Upstream by Hyson.