Being like a warrior and competitor, I was passing up people ahead of me. I always want to be in the lead and ahead of the game ha! I approached a bit of snow, then more snow, then hiking through piles of snow, which was tough not to slip with gym shoes but I managed. I was walking and saw a fellow hiker approaching with his dog following along. I smiled at the dog and his face becomes angry and vicious. He comes up close right onto my legs and naturally I respond with fear and fall back right into the big pile of snow.
“Sorry, she is just being friendly," says the owner.
“I smile fakely and say, “That’s okay.” I had just managed to not fall in the snow and then I fall down from a dog-oh Priscilla.
Up and up I go, I am beginning to wonder when the end is coming and wonder why I have to always take the challenge. I could have just stopped at the Magic point-the half way point.
Three and half hours up and two hours down the mountain. Everyone in town says it takes 4 hours to go up and 3 hours to come down-this is Indian time-Priscilla time is different ha!
It actually would have been less time, but I stopped to meditate on the way up for 15 minutes, but who is counting. Oh wait I am counting ha!