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I vividly remember one particular camp-out that we had. It wasn't because Chris Keating sat in a pile of fire ants and had to take all of his clothes off while several of the guys threw buckets of water on him to try to wash them off. It was the hike that stands out in my mind. The scouts were learning about orienteering -- finding their way in the woods. They learned about what side of the tree moss grows on, using the sun as your guide and how to use a compass. My dad took us several miles from camp through the thick and strange woods, zigzagging all the way.
Wildflowers were alive in a burst of color around the edge of the lake and a family of deer was calmly grazing in the far meadow. The serenity that this painting portrayed made all who saw it weep with happiness. The second painting was of a tall brazen mountain cliff, rugged and strong. A few small trees grew out of the cracks of the face of the cliff, their gnarled roots looking like they were clawing on for life. A foamy waterfall angrily crashed down the cliff and smashed into the near barren land below.
Then he left us there and told us to find our way back to camp. It was exciting at first, being out on our own, trying to use our knowledge and to trust our instincts. As dusk began to approach we weren't so cheerful. Uncertain of our land markings and if we were even headed in the right direction, we began to grumble to one another. And when we heard branches snap behind us we got even more worried as we knew black bears can still be found in Louisiana. Eventually we made it back to camp and were delighted that we did it all by ourselves.
50 More Secrets of Blissful Relationships by Michael Webb