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No Sun. No Problem.

I set out one morning looking to catch a sunrise. I was initially disappointed at the gloomy sky and almost walked back inside, but decided to go for a walk anyway.

Halfway through my walk I could see a pocket in the sky where the sun was shining through and it looked pretty cool.

Me and my girlfriend Bridget had plans to take a trip to Ferry Bluff to hopefully catch a sunset. It was rainy and cold out. We considered canceling but decided to push through.

We drove through overcast skies and rain on and off, but were determined to make the best of it. Upon arrival it was cool and fairly comfortable.

The drive was on and off rainy but we kept going anyway. When we arrived the rain had stopped and the weather was calm.

The foggy skylines were neat to look at. Although we were looking for sunset views, this was just fine.

I enjoy doing a bit of climbing. I went to the edge of the cliffs to get some side pictures. A bit dangerous but that made it more fun.

The cool weather payed off. After hiking for a bit, the temperature level was perfect. We made our way over to a second cliff.

After some uphill climbing we arrived at another great view. As we got to the edge, three hawks flew out from underneath us soaring through the air.

Very satisfied with our trip, we headed back home. On the way back I spotted a Crane on the side of the road as well.

After what seemed like a gloomy beginning to the day, it turned out to be full of awesome outdoor activity with fantastic sight seeing.

Recently I pushed through another road trip on a rainy day. While driving, the sun peaked through just as it was setting for an amazing view.

It begs the question, how many times have we looked outside and decided it was too gloomy? How many great experiences are we missing? Reach out and let me know about your gloomy day experience where you pushed through!


Published by Tomrebro

I am actively seeking the healthiest lifestyle for myself and to share with others. No matter what that means in any area of study

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