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We talked philosophy for the next six hours before we stopped to see a heavy meteor shower lacerating the night sky. “Wow!” I said. Next morning, we leaped out of the sleeping bags with our eyeballs dragging off the tent floor nylon after only three hours sleep. The brakeman heaved our packs into the box car and moments later, the clang, clang, clang of the engineer signaled the crunching, jerking start of the journey to the drop-off point at Needleton. People waved from intersections and gravel road crossings as our train chugged toward the mountains. Two hours into the trip, we stopped at Needleton where we grabbed our gear and walked over a narrow foot-bridge. The trail cut through deep woods where wild flowers bloomed sporadically—red, orange paint brush, golden daisies, purple-blue Columbine and deep crimson lilies. Paul, always the speedier hiker, vanished into the woods ahead.
The climb steepened and I creaked under the weight of my pack, but each footfall, however labored, brought me nearer to my destination. I am fascinated at my mental state when I labor hard to climb a mountain with a heavy pack. Two and one-half hours into Chicago Basin, the forest opened to a huge panorama of cliffs on my right and a large waterfall on the river below me. Crossing a newly formed avalanche chute, I witnessed where 15-inch pines by the hundreds had been snapped at the base and swept along in a violent river of snow. Into the woods again, the climbed steepened until I broke through a meadow where a riot of wildflowers glistened with dewdrops reflected in the sun.
On the other side of this flower meadow, I met up with Paul who had chosen a nice spot seven miles into the valley in a pine grove overlooking a river. The meteor shower continued with white streaks slicing the sky like fireworks on the Fourth of July. Above us, Rocky Mountain sheep traversed along a trail near the rock line where grasses stopped growing.
We marched up a steep incline beside a thrashing white water stream when a bolt of lightning ripped across the valley.
Later, nature sends you a few lightning bolts to keep you on the straight and narrow, and then, to really keep you straight, a few million marble-sized hail stones drop on your head.
After the storm passed, the valley grew in clarity, which only happens when the rain scrubs the air clean. Again, we ascended a steep wall of broken rock, which carried us to a large saddle that overlooked the valley we had packed up the previous day.
Wildflower patches in burgundy and white, and dashed with yellow-purple, spread out across the rocky terrain and grew in places that seemed impossible. Each footfall must be measured, every rock calculated for safety, every breath felt in my heaving lungs—life rushing through my blood and spreading throughout my body. They look so beautiful with puffs and billows surrounding peaks, but when I climb to the top, and become part of the beauty which I witnessed—it turns out to be gray, damp and cold mist. A number of watermelon-sized boulders dislodged in the rock scree so we decided to climb on opposite sides. Near the end of the valley, we looked down a crevasse with white-water exploding from every crack. Michael Heath-Caldwell M.Arch - HMS IllustriousFeb - March - April 1948 Diary  This is a secret document during Hostilities. Williams is a Certified Personal and Professional Life Coach, trained psychotherapist, behaviorist, relationship expert and motivational speaker.
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We slapped each other’s hand in a high-five and headed into the wilderness along a dirt trail.


I came upon him when he stopped near a waterfall where a foot bridge crossed a rampaging river. It’s an awesome feeling walking in the wake of something so powerful that had occurred only a few months earlier.
Above us, raging waterfalls roared down the rock faces of the high mountains surrounding us. It also cooled it, which forced me into my sweater and Gore-Tex jacket. After breakfast, we packed our gear and took off—up an immediate steep climb beside a waterfall that cascaded down the rocks before us. This renders only pleasant sounds and even more spectacular sights—to immerse the spirit in the harmonics of Mother Nature. We listened for the “peek-peek” of pika rodents and watched a couple of marmots chasing each other through the boulders.
Paul found a small overhang above us and we pushed toward it as the storm swept through the valley. We propped ourselves against the rock with our jackets protecting us from the wind. Scanning upward, we watched the trees change to golf-course smooth green tundra that faded into gray rock, which in turn swept dramatically upward to sheer rock cliffs that vanished in the mist. This is a time where there are no ordinary moments, when satori takes over, when I create my life, each moment of it—where I am responsible for what I am, what I am doing and what I want. To top it off in the shadowy recesses of this dark mist, I must make distinct judgments of where I will place my foot, how and what I grasp to keep me in touch with the rock—for any mistake would send me flying down the mountain without the use of wings.
That picture of us shrouded in mist on the highest rock decorates my desk for me to remember daily. It’s really tricky trying to dodge a 300 pound boulder plummeting downward at you. We had nearly reached Sunlight’s summit when lightning cracked the sky and hailed pelted us.
That’s a mind-bender in itself—to be so close to the top of a 14er only to turn back down the mountain. Down the mountain we slipped, on scree and rock. She founded Whose Apple Dynamic Coaching Services, and authored Whose Apple is it, Anyway and Too True to Tell. Jada Jackson developed a 7-step treatment program to assist her clients to live a happier and more fulfilled life. Annie also works with speakers and experts to build up powerful platforms of credibility and influence.
To do right by others and make the additional effort to improve not just your situation, but theirs, as well.
A train ride on the Durango-Silverton narrow gauge railroad into the San Juan Mountain Range would dispatch us into some rugged wilderness where cool winds whisper through tall pines and the white music from cascading waters frolics across bucolic meadows. Later, we grabbed our packs and headed toward the steam locomotive—some 100 years old and still chugging up mountain grades. The whistle blew that lonesome call to adventure that I’ve heard around this planet many times, and once again, I sped off with a dear friend on a new journey.
At one moment, we rode beside white-water and watched the swirling currents crashing over rocks. Tall lodge-pole pines and undergrowth allowed no views of the high peaks, but their presence seemed to vibrate around us. Through the evening light, more wildflowers waved in the breeze that sifted through the valley. It’s a satori experience at the 7th level. We broke through the 12,000 foot tree-line and climbed ever higher into the flower- speckled alpine tundra. In the needle peaks above us, clouds enshrouded the gray giants, and quickly released them for our visual pleasure. The rain fell in plunging sheets across the valley, which changed from several miles of visibility to less than 100 yards.
I remember John Muir, my idol, climbed a tree once and rode out a summer storm in the topmost branches in Yosemite—just to see how the tree felt in a storm! Below, the eternal white water from waterfalls lined the valley like throbbing silver earrings on a movie star’s ears. I can create a living sculpture in my spirit and that spirit moves through me and upward on this mountain. They named it because of the rock needle projections at its peak cause shadows and streams of light to pour down into the valley almost like sunlight through the skyscrapers in New York City.
I savored the last few hours of that day to enjoy writing and quiet in the middle of the wilderness. She incorporates the 7-step reframe process into her new book: Reframe Your Life – A Lifestyle Guide for Complete Success. After 15 minutes, he decided to skeedaddle and I pulled on my pack for my continued journey.
The sun set, which quickly turned the peaks to dark profiles butting up against the night sky. I sat on a rock watching the stars come out one by one when Paul came up to talk. They call these the Needle Mountains because their sharp projections stand like porcupine quills against the sky. Our visibility remained less than 50 feet and the rock we climbed gave us the only assurance of being attached to the planet.
So, in fact, I stood in the grayest, cleanest cloud formation on that mountain on that day of my life! I relaxed in my tent and soaked up as much repose as humanly possible. By noon, I needed to get moving. I looked back at the valley, and I cried out in the storm, “I’ll be back and I’ll climb you monster mountains!” This was no ordinary moment in my life. Its black engine belched smoke out of the stack and steam released from the valves like a tea pot in the morning.
That’s a lot of fun when you’re climbing a 14er and you get the heck frightened out of you by thunder. In front, two turquoise lakes, one with an iceberg floating in it, reflected the snow and mountains in a perfect mirror image. The river formed under the falls converged in the middle of the valley and cut a sparkly path through the dense green tundra. We saw the little silver medallion marker embedded in a rock—denoting the peak with a tube filled with paper to sign that we had succeeded.
We needed to keep our ice axes close to the ground, so as not to attract nine million volts of electricity which would have turned us into a couple of vegetable shiskabobs. I turned around, surrounded by a rainbow of colorful wildflowers, and headed into the mist.
I call it white music because it maintains a constant melody of splashing that produces a sublime serenity. The valley filled with white music as we cooked rice and lentils along with fresh tomatoes.
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We walked to the bottom of an immense mixing bowl, strewn with boulders the size of Volkswagens. At one point, just before the rain hit me, I grabbed my tripod and camera, and took a picture of me looking back up the valley.
Devonshire.After and introduction to our “nurse” in the morning we were dismissed to look for our future divisional officers. Consisting of a circular brush made of wire and coir turned by an electric motor, the machine is operated by a pair of handles very much the same as an auto-scythe and cleans the deck up very quickly compared with the usual elbow grease methods in general use. The Commander (Air) says its just another of the new-fangled gadgets which are tried out in the ship; he doesn’t think its much good.
Besides that he told us about trials in general and how the wardroom has to put up with these hordes of ?800 a year spivs who seem indispensable to aircraft trials if they are only screw turners.Lieutenant Wall paid the gunroom a visit in the evening. Of course most people agree that something should be done and that this is one way of doing it, perhaps the best way. We had a talk on the Air Department of the ship and its organisation by the Commander (Air). Very soon he started talking solely about the trials themselves and what our future programme may include providing nothing very unusual happens before we have had our repairs completed.I had the afternoon watch with Lieutenant Grayson.
Someone thought he was trying to wrangle more hands to bring the ships company up to a more workable minimum.If the officers heads (?) were not on the dock there would have been very little to do indeed. As it was these officers streamed back during the ‘dogs.’ I found it was very monotonous saying “Carry on” or words to that effect when about fifty petty officers went ashore at ten minutes to four just as the last notes of (carry on [correction – secure]) and coops(?) had died away. At both watches for exercises the bugler made a very queer call which was apparently due to his instrument being blocked up, according to him.
The Quartermaster spent about a half hour explaining to us how the doctors discovered that his right kidney was not working and that he had a stone there which suddenly stopped growing.


Most of the Wardroom was in the rounds party as it was a mess decks inspection and the route was not definitely fixed before hand.Read a very interesting story in Saturday Evening news called “This is my Sa” by Clarence Budlington Kelland. All other American serials seemed rather dull, anyway I never seemed to be able to read them through without skipping large and boring pages.The Government today announces that the prices of coal, electricity and gas will be pegged, as all other commodities, in order to check, or to attempt to check, the ever spiralling cost of living. Hagannah announces that its forces will in future resist arrest by British forces, following an incident in which four Jews were killed after being set free in an Arab stronghold form an army lorry, and killed a few minutes later by armed Arabs.
The congregation in the Chapel this morning was very small indeed, consisting entirely of officers. It is not at all surprising that clergy these days are very dispirited.Part of the dockyard power supply to the ship was cut off this evening and half the ship put in darkness.
A lead coming aboard over the Starboard side onto the Lower Gallery deck overheated causing the rubber insulation to melt. That mucked up my fire main chasing programme, however I had decided that the only way to make a plan was to draw a large seals layout of each deck first, then put in the main and branches later.
Spent at least two hours searching for pipes at the expense of a layer of oil and filth all over my hands and on my reefer.Reached the HMS Boxer by jeep just before tea.
After tea we walked round the ship and paid a visit to the bridge where we were struck by its size and openness. There we also noticed that the evening was very cold, so we decided unanimously to walk back to Illustrious and muster all our warm clothing.There are three Sub-Lieutenants onboard.
To get the stern out we went ahead on a back spring then, when clear astern and round to Port. As soon as we were clear of the harbour we started directing planes from Ford and Lea-on-Solent.
It had been decided that a ship,which could direct large numbers of planes onto shore targets and enemy planes, should be built for fighting in the Pacific. This specialised ship, a floating Fighter and Bomber Direction Unit, was to be used within about ten miles of Japanese islands to direct planes from aircraft carriers which would be about 70 miles off shore in order to be less accessible to land based planes.
Boxer was passing through the Mediterranean when Japan capitulated, on her way to the Pacific.
The weather became rowdier still as we steamed up to the Needles to enter the West Solent and anchor off Yarmouth. Nigeria is to be sent to the Falkland Islands where the Argentinos and Chileans are busy setting up a military base in the Falkland Island Dependencies. Possibly it is Peron’s idea to direct his countrymen’s thoughts from internal affairs to something more dramatic.
Nigeria will alter the situation when she arrives mainly because she is so heavily outnumbered and also because the distances over which the other ships would have to be send, are so great. The Argentine papers have been very insolent about the whole thing, the trouble is that they know or are pretty certain that we shall not be able to do anything decisive.
We are all very glad we went back to the HMS Illustrious on Monday evening to take some more sweaters, scarves, gloves etc. Today we were directing Barracudas and an Anson, which every now and again come in on a torpedo or bombing run at us. As we entered the Solent past Nab Tower we passed the black funnelled Dutch liner Wilhelm Huys.When being lowered, shortly after we had anchored, the Starboard Motor Cutter was nearly wrecked. The sea was very rough, there being a high short swell, and when the boat was nearly lowered to the water, instead of slipping it was pitched up on a creast of a wave and flung down again onto the falls. Started to snow in the morning and the wind, as usual, was Easterly and even colder than before.
The ship apparently handles very well.A jeep was supposed to be at the jetty to bring us back at 1630. Ministers are accused left, right and centre of making self-contradictory statements about the various nationalised parts of our economy. The Sunday Chronicle has a long article on the Falkland Islands incident headed “The Lions Tail,” with the Lion in rather an awkward position at present.
Illustrious .Spent the whole day going in and out of compartments on the Main Deck looking for the fire main pipes. A rumour was started that the British had caused the outrage, and the Jewish crowds became very hostile to our men helping in the rescue work so that after a short time all British police and troops were withdrawn. In the Dogs it was returned alongside by a tug after going aground and getting stuck just off the pontoon at dead low tide.An escort was sent off to London [correction – to catch] by 1920 train to collect two deserters picked up by the Naval Section of Scotland Yard. The leave for the ship’s Company is from 19th March – 12th April for the watches in succession.
At Commanders requestmen(?) this morning six men were granted afternoon leave to watch the Navy-Civil Services football match. Sheffield has been ordered to Belize from Cartagena, Columbia where she was on her spring cruise. Devonshire was ordered away because of reports that British Honduras was about to be invaded.
Just before lunch an airman rating was brought up before the Officer of the Watch on a charge of disobeying his superior officer, namely by refusing to sweep out his mess when ordered to by his leading hand. Illustrious - Lectures on Divisional Matters and another lecture on Operation of Carriers were given by Lieutenant Commander Hamer and Lieutenant Turnbull. The latter’s lecture was mainly about carrier warfare in the Pacific and of course the accent was on flying, as Lieutenant Turnbull is a pilot.In the evening Few, Lemon and myself went ashore mainly to have our hair cut.
The first barber’s shop was shut, and later when we came back after walking along the Southsea front we passed another shop which had also closed.
Today we had a more interesting time than usual.After Stand Easy a party of officers from all the services came onboard for an outing in their Photographic Interpretation course.
Illustrious was docked.Owing to the mist and cloud at the time of sunset we were able to see sunspots on the face of the sun through our telescopes. Illustrious - Lieutenant Commander Hamer gave us a very interesting lecture on the Middle East. He explained the reason why it was so important to England and the Empire was because it was on our main East-West sea route, besides being a road between North and South.
Jews will probably pour into Palestine, the Jewish part of which would soon be overpopulated, and then the immigrants would have no other course to take than to attempt to beat back the arabs by force of arms. The Arabs have the advantage in desert warfare, as they know their country and have all the Moslem countries from which they can expect to receive modern arms and volunteers, to help in the cause. The Jews may have a well trained and organised army but all their arms are supplied from abroad. The help that is given by the American Government depends on the political parties in power and whether elections are in the offing, in which case the candidates in the Government in power will pander to the Jewish electorate. At present, however, the Americans can either please the Jews and endanger their oil pipe lines across Arabia, or dissatisfy their Jewish electorate but safeguard their oil, or, as they are doing now, make vague and noncommittal statements about their policy which generally annoys all the parties concerned.Trouble in our colonies has now spread to the Gold Coast where riots have broken out in Accra. There, a native party, demanding self government for the colony, has incited ex-servicemen to agitate for better living conditions. After a short visit at Salisbury I caught the Bath train which took me to my home town, Warminster. After waiting at the station for a car a little while the mist started to come down reducing visibility to about two yards.
Eventually I reached home after a hair raising drive, mostly on the pavement at the right side of the road. Saturday 6th March 1948Warminster - Another very fine day with clear sky and hot sun. Both sides seem to be organising themselves for the time when British forces leave the country, in the mean time the position of our soldiers and police in Palestine becomes more insecure every day. Sunday 7th March 1948Warminster – The King and Queen and Princess Margaret are to visit Australia and New Zealand in 1949. The Navy is not as strong as it should be, and the Government has not exaggerated its state.
Illustrious - School in the morning and Organisation, a lecture by the Commander in the afternoon.
After a second long walk, it seemed very long carrying a heavy grip, we arrived at Hornet.Before Stand-Easy we were shown round the establishment, Gun Boat Yard, the two German E-boats there and several captured enemy craft, including one with a hydrophane attachment and an Italian explosive motorboat. 2012, a Long boat, called Dog boats by the officers on them.As we went past the forts outside the harbour in the Solent we saw an E-boat leave the harbour behind us.
We were developing full speed, but very soon we were overtaken by the other boat which, we were informed afterwards, was only developing ? power.



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