Sabbath–deserved rest and reflection–comes hard in our busy world. Here is a story, by my son and fellow “living spiritually” adventurer, about how wonderful it is when we go off the grid and get back in touch with God and ourselves. Enjoy. Eugene
Fulford, Colorado is the happiest place on Earth. At least that’s what my friends call it, and I tend to agree with them. And I am lucky enough to have friends who own a cabin in the happiest place on Earth.
This little mountain community is ten miles up into the White River National Forest just below New York mountain, away from any type of civilization. No cellphones, no tv’s, and no computers. You couldn’t even read my blog if you wanted to. Well, I guess some cabins up there have satalite dishes, but I sure don’t go up to the cabin to stay connected to the world.
Yes, Fulford is great for hiking, fishing, and star gazing, all great things to do in the mountains, but I love Fulford because it is a great place to relax. Whenever my family is able to stay at the cabin, we…
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