Find Out About the Origins of Move Mountains
“To the lovers of learning, life is pure adventure shared with adventurers.”
– Pearl S. Buck (1892–1973)
My daughter was four years old. I asked her if she wanted to go on an adventure. We walked out of our apartment and I told her to pay very close attention. She said, “to what?” I said, “to everything.” That day we spent 2 hours walking less than 2 blocks. We walked down into the creek bed, checked one branch at a time and every rock too. We jumped off of everything we could and hid behind anything big enough to hide behind. Since then, she asks to go on adventures quite regularly. After all, an adventure is nothing more than diving into life with curiosity, courage and and open mind. So it is to Move Mountains. We offer outdoor adventures, beautiful escapes among the majesty of Lake Tahoe and the world, while the greatest adventure of all is in focusing our vision on one grain of sand at a time, one choice at a time, one human interaction at a time. In doing so, we Move Mountains.