Walking Faithfully

Rob Hausam's blog about walking and other means of wilderness travel, the environment, faith, and the connections between them

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It’s really finished now – back home in Utah

May 30th, 2012 · No Comments · Uncategorized

Lisa and I and our two oldest granddaughters, Erin and Anna, flew from Louisville back to Salt Lake City today and are now home in Midvale.  It seems both good and also a little weird.  It feels in some ways like I’ve been gone for only a few days, and now pretty much everything seems completely back to normal, even though I was actually gone for basically a whole month – April 30 to May 30. I also in a number of ways don’t really want this trip to be over – but now it actually is.

So it’s time to get back to normal activities.  Lisa and I had our final rehearsal tonight prior to the West Valley Symphony concert coming up this Saturday.  I was really out of practice on my trombone, but it actually went fairly well.  I’m also back pretty heavily into work – that’s fine and it’s certainly needed, especially after being out most of May.  There’s plenty to do around the house and in the yard.  But there’s also some very good walking possibilities nearby – we’re blessed to have a lot of that around here, and it’s time to take advantage of more of it!


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