God's guidance, always with us

I have a small cabin high in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, and one year, because the fall season had been so enjoyable, I had put off winterizing the cabin far beyond the normal time, thinking that I could continue to use it a little longer. But as so frequently happens in this region, in a day the weather turned from very warm to a blizzard. And just as typically, the heavy snow was followed by several nice warm sunshiny days, and I seized the opportunity to drive to the cabin to put it in order for the winter.

It was early in the morning when I left, and I thoroughly enjoyed the beauty of the fresh snow and bright sunshine in the mountains. As I came to the exit where I turned off the pavement onto a dirt road, my thought was so absorbed with the beauty of the hills and of the things I wanted to accomplish that I gave no heed to the condition of the dirt road.

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