Great crowds gathered to hear him and to be healed of their infirmities. But he would withdraw to desolate places and pray. – Luke 5:15-16

As a small child, there was nothing Ed Zevely wanted more than a horse. It wasn’t until he was fifty years old that Ed finally fulfilled his wish. At his age, every summer is another one to cherish – and he doesn’t at all waste the wonder of clear air. He rides his steed into the Colorado high country, to have an adventure alone – not loneliness, the pain of being alone, but solitude, the glory of it. “I always believed that God created the world but that he spent a lot more time up there,” he says – until that is he encountered the beauty of virgin creation. See the power of solitude, the joy of nature and the bond between man, animal and God with Ed’s reflection on the beautiful desolation of the mountains in the clip below.