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Have you ever got yourself into a jam with 2 horses on a high steep rocky cliff with no room to turn around, and didn’t know how to get out of it? I was so scared, I was afraid I was going die! This left me with a fear of heights that threatened my love of the mountains. Later, I was delivered me from that phobia, after I faced it on another cliffy trail called Crown Point, and submitted myself to His care. I worked through the lie that I was going to die, in order to live.

There’s no logical reason to be afraid of heights. If you’re on a good trail, you just want to stay ON it. If it’s 10 ft.or 100 ft. or 1000 ft. it’s all the same. Elevation can bring a fear of falling. Respect is good, but if you fall, you will find a rock. Stay on the trail, and keep the horse between you and the ground AT ALL TIMES. I got off on a bad trail, that pulled everything I knew out of me to survive.

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