|where the Agno River feeds the Ambuklao Reservoir|
Some are turbulent and some are deep.
But there will always be a bridge for you to get across.
But sometimes the water's too deep that part of the bridge gets submerged.
But that's fine, you just have to get your feet wet and you'll get to the other side.
|When I first crossed this tributary to the Ambuklao lake, during the rainy season, I had to take my shoes off to traverse the wooden bridge over it.|
Sometimes, however, a storm comes and washes out part of the bridge.
But that's fine, you'll just have to wait it out and the water will be shallow enough for you to wade through.
|When I went back, after typhoon Ineng, I found out that part of the wooden bridge had been washed out.|
|A month later, the water had receded that we could just jump over the little tributary to cross it.|
Because no matter how deep or turbulent the water is,
No matter how many storms come your way,
Just give it some time,
Get your feet wet a little bit,
And you will always get by.
You just gotta have a little faith.