The Hike

The Hike

The summit of Mount Timpanogos is 11,749 feet, second highest peak in the Wasatch Mountain Front. I consider the hike from the Timpooneke Trail head to be one of the best hikes in Utah. Reaching the summit will require 4 1/2 hours. The summit is 7.5 miles one-way with an elevation gain of 4580′ on a well-maintained trail. That is a round trip of 15 miles and elevation change of more than 9000 feet. To me that is incredible.

Carpenter of Nazareth

Carpenter of Nazareth

Have you ever put yourself in the events of a parable? Of course, you have. We have all asked ourselves which of the ten virgins we would be or stepped into the circumstance of the lost sheep or suffered along with the prodigal son. Whether we play the part of the rescuer or the rescued, it matters not.

My Golf Hole In One

My Golf Hole In One

My son-in-law is an accomplished golfer. I mean, he is not a professional or anything, but he is a good amateur golfer—a lot better than me. He just graduated from college with his master’s degree and is now in the job search with several promising opportunities before him.

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