Ours not to reason why, ours but to do or die

Sometimes we take things on blind faith. That means we might be scared to death, but go ahead anyway.

There have been a few occasions when fear would have prevented me from doing something if there had been any choice, but because of the circumstances, going forward was the only choice.

It was late summer, and it was hot. We were horseback riding at Earls Ford in Oconee County with a group of friends and passed through woods and trees and across a river before heading up the mountain.

We rode single file along a narrow trail that overlooked a deep valley thick with ferns growing

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