It was. It is just that I am not so much the outdoorsy type. I prefer shopping malls, zoos, restaurants, amusement parks, and any place where the path is clearly laid out in front of me void of creepy crawlies and dirt. I had no clue what Panama Rocks was, but knew that Howard knows me and if he thought it would be fun it probably would.
HA! Basically we went hiking. When I say hiking, I don't mean we went for a walk in the woods, I mean we climbed rocks, scaled enormous hills and crept through caves and crevices that I never thought my post four baby body would allow. It was certainly an adventure. Luke deemed it the best day of his life, he said we were explorers! We left filthy, sweaty and tired. It was a fun day.
As we stood in the woods amongst the incredible scenery formed by these gigantic rocks I wondered how on earth after seeing sights like this, people could even doubt that there is a God. He was so evident in every moss covered rock, tree and hill. The beauty of it all was breathtaking, we left talking about what a creative God we serve and how good he is to give us such marvelous things.
Heather (my sister in-law) and her boy Andrew, Howard, Luke, and Ben