Looking west from Seattle, the skyline of Olympic National Park is defined by the notched peak of The Brothers. â€œI see it stuck in traffic. I see it from meeting rooms in downtown Seattle. I see it on my evening runs that I use to stay in shape for my days in the mountains. Iâ€™ve looked at that skyline and imagined the light, the wind and thought, â€˜I could be standing on that peakâ€™ -- instead of dealing with â€˜thisâ€™, whatever â€˜thisâ€™ is,â€ writes Fitz Cahall.
It can be easy to wallow in the constraints, responsibilities, and duties of life. It can be so damn easy to play the grass is greener game. When Fitz takes a spring Friday to go and climb The Brothers, he gets a chance to look back in the opposite direction and realizes that itâ€™s not about which side is greener. It can be as simple as going when you get a green light.
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