Old Fall River Road 

Old Fall River Road is an 11-mile one-way dirt road that is only open from July to September in Rocky Mountain National Park. It’s bumpy, has lots of switchbacks and makes you lean towards the middle of the car and away from the drop off a few feet beyond your car door. The road is a shortcut to get to the visitor center that sits at the top of the park—a break from taking Trail Ridge Road and passing cars that have slowed by spotting elk. Breathtaking, yet not for the fainthearted. It might be easier to close my eyes and trust the driver, and he can let me know when we arrive. However, I’d miss out on the amazing landscape that unfolds.
I think we can be like that with God. He’s driving and at times it feels like we will lose our lunch. We worry and complain and remark how bumpy the road is, how we are TOO CLOSE TO THE EDGE. Yet, I think it’s not just about getting to our destination, but finding beauty as we go.

About nagyworld

We serve with the JESUS Film Project a ministry of Cru. We love the Lord and have the privilege of using our gifting in art, design, and film making to provide tools to make Him known.

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