Reconnecting to (and in) the Wilderness

Sometimes I get entirely too wrapped up in the city and forget how wonderful nature can be.

Over the weekend, I had the opportunity to travel to southwestern Pennsylvania for a reunion of old friends. Nearly two years ago, a set of my college friends were wed on the farmlands of Greene County. I remember their wedding night being a very memorable one; it truly set change in motion in my life at the time. The couple invited me (and the old gang) to join them to celebrate the construction of their new home. We marveled at their quaint country home, the outstretching hills and our seamless ability to reconnect with one another despite distance and change.

I almost won a cornhole tournament. I ate four different kinds of meat. I laid in hay and grass and slept in a tent on slanted ground. But most importantly, I reconnected with old friends.

I was initially worried about the campover. Would everything be as it once was? Would everything look and feel and be the same? No. It can never be the same as it once was. But we can certainly connect with one another on a real human level and learn about the new ways in which we are.

I almost think there is more of a blessing in that than anything else.

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4 Comments on “Reconnecting to (and in) the Wilderness”

  1. August 8, 2011 at 9:24 pm #

    Oh Greene County. I had a feeling that landscape looked familiar! Where abouts were you (if you don’t mind sharing!). :)

    • August 9, 2011 at 12:14 am #

      Honestly, if I knew, I would tell you. But I really don’t know. I followed a GPS and didn’t look back. :)

  2. August 9, 2011 at 1:27 pm #

    Haha! Then you were most definitely in Greene County! :D

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