Together We Climb
Trying to help a family member with developmental challenges can feel like climbing a mountain with no peak in sight.
But climb we do.
Life can be daunting. Climbing the steep parts together with others can make all the difference.
We climb, we stop to rest. We pat each other on the shoulder, and we climb again.
Picking up one foot and stepping to the next level is a conscious act of will that comes easier with good climbing partners.
This week’s Hike Notes are about Hawk Hill, a place at the top of Conzelman Road in the Marin Headlands where hawks and other raptors rise high. This 360 degree view peak high above the Golden Gate Bridge is rich with World War II history, including a once-active Nike defense system.
Please feel free to share. If you’re not able to take one of these Northern California hikes, hopefully you can enjoy the photos!
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New this week:
Hike Notes 32: Hawk Hill