I've hiked this before, but that was all at night. It had a completely different feel when being able to see it during the day. Also, there was no ice this time! One difficulty, though, was having full backpacks. I've never done a multi-day hike with all my stuff in my bag. It didn't take too long to adjust to it though.
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Waking together, you lifted your head
How would it feel if we laid back forever
Travel the world from the bed where we lie
Floating above like the ash from a fire
Doesn't it seem like we've been here before
Over an ocean, the heaven's will open
Nothing lives up to the visions we see
Everything's clear when you step through the mirror
I thought it was going to be very cold, but it was actually the perfect temperature! I had to take off my warm Under Armor shirt because I was burning up. Unfortunately, it was very hazy for long parts of the hike. Still, I met lots of really nice people and had a good time climbing rocks.
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