How often have you thought about climbing to the highest precipice within your reach to remember the sensation and the rawness of nature, only to fall short several steps before tying your boots, living off the thought and neglecting your instincts?
I’ve done it. But soon there comes a time when you can’t break another promise. You leap into your car, you jump on your bike, or you take to your feet with a boundless energy that will only subside once you have reached your crown. Climb to the craggiest cliff edge, scarred with hacked-off boulders, bowing trees and a relenting wind, as roaring waves crash into the rock face a hundred metres beneath your feet. Feel the sea spray across your face, smell the ocean and remember, that at one time, deep into the depths of your blood line, this was once your home.