Wednesday, September 24, 2008

Mission Peak run this morning. Mission peak
Me heading up Peak Meadow trail
Heading along Horse Heaven trail
Bobby the Bob Cat on Horse heaven trail
On the top. What a beautiful day.

Change, disruption or obstacles could be the order of the day! There is a reason for each of these occurrences but in general it can be said that the way in which you are doing things, or viewing things, has to change. Very often the universe takes a hand and helps you by clearing away the debris of the old, but be assured that what is right, essential or just plain needed, will remain in place. In all cases be calm in the face of these unexpected events and just know that everything is going to be all right.


10 comments:

dirtgirl!? said...

I admire you!!!!!!!!!

Great life-philosophy!

Greetings from Munich!

Rob said...

Great shot of the bob cat! I miss that trail, it had such amazing view on clear days.

CoyoteGirl said...

Oh cool! Bobcat! I have't seen one of those in a while.

Nice pictures, aren't we having gorgeous weather?

Greg said...

Hi Catra,

Beautiful area. I'm looking for some info about your area cause I'm contemplating a move out West to work in Merced. Please email me when you can.
Thanks,

Greg said...

whoops my return email in my last post was an old one. Herr is the correct one.

Catra said...

greg-
You didn't send your email here is mine catrarunner@yahoo.com
Catra

Catra said...

hey dirtgirl-
Thanks for the post.
Catra

Catra said...

Hey Tanya-
Thanks! Yes the weather is awesome. Hopefully it won't be to hot at Rio del Lago 100 this weekend.
Catra
P.S hope you're recovering well.

Sarah S said...

that bob cat is HUGE or your a little too close to it... :) love reading all your adventures...

MountainJedi said...

Hi Dirt Diva / Catra = )

This is Flying Bobcat / Mountainjedi ... you'd commented on my blog a few weeks ago as I am in the process of thru-hiking the PCT. I found your blog in a time when I was struggling severely with some personal issues and at the same time trying to push on and complete this 2,663 mile-long challenge. Every time I click onto your site, which I put on my links list, I get some great inspiration and usually some entertaining photos. Well today is no exception. I've gone just about 2,000 miles so far and have yet to see a bobcat in person, and there one is just a-prowlin about in front of your camera. Good on ya! Never before have I felt such truth in the Beatles lyric "There's nowhere you can be that isn't where you're meant to be." Whether the higher power exists elsewhere or inside of us or a combination of both, I'm getting to where I'm meant to be and it's great that there are others out there who feel that vibe too. All the best,
Bobcat