At first it seemed that the best way to go was from here to there.
When that failed it seemed that there was a better way to get from here to a different there.
When that failed it seemed best to start somewhere else and then go from that new starting point to yet a different there.
When that failed it seemed that perhaps starting there and coming here might be a viable option.
When that failed it was time to stop and give it all a good think.
Obstacles only get into the way when you expect them to get in the way.
Pick a route without obstacles and/or choose to do absolutely nothing except wait wait wait and perhaps something else might pop up.
Totally and completely unexpected.
Isn't that what wholeness of surrender is all about?