Cooler temperatures don't mean it's time to stop doing school outside, it just means it's time to start adding extra layers in along with our new studies ❄ Loving this awesome, interactive, 3 in 1 globe from @littleexperimenter lately 🌍 We've been adding a little Geography into our lessons and it has been so helpful in illustrating the places we've gone to recently as well as the adventures that lie ahead ✈
Looking to come check out Banff/Lake Louise soon with friends/family? 🏔
Thanks to @skibig3, I had the chance to write an early season guide for your Canadian Rockies ski trip! ⛷
Head to the link in my bio to check it out 😀 #skibig3#sunshinevillage#travelalberta
The votes are in, and it seems that this photo is the favorite! I had a hard time deciding between these two photos. What I like about the one I posted this morning is the shadow on the ground and the highlight on her hat. However, I think it shines a lot better when there isn’t the crop that IG put on vertical photos. What I like about this photo is it shows a more complete view of the scene.
[🇺🇲 Yosemite, Sierra Nevada] ~ "Ma i veri viaggiatori partono per partire e basta: cuori lievi, simili a palloncini che solo il caso muove eternamente, dicono sempre “Andiamo”, e non sanno perchè. I loro desideri hanno le forme delle nuvole" - (Charles Baudelaire)
. 🏞️Thanks to @rilufaro
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Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 "Two are better than one ... for if they fall, one will lift up the other." Today I am grateful for the gift of friendship. I had the honor of meeting up today with someone I consider a spirit sister- someone who is always there to pray with me and encourage, correct and love me. Friendship is work. It can even hurt sometimes when they tell you the hard truth- gasp, the things you don't want to hear but NEED to hear.
I pray you all have that one true friend you can rely on, pray with lean on and laugh with.
If a bra is called the "over the shoulder boulder holder" then what do you call men's underwear? "Under the butt nut hut"? NOPE! It's called @saxxunderwear, mother puppets!!
Seriously though, do your mans a favour and get him some @saxxunderwear this holiday season ✨
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Absolutely appalling how China treated the German students... anyway, I studied German for two years and totally forgot how much I love the language. Thank you for spreading awareness on HK matters!
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On a scale of 1 to Loki how happy are you that it’s the weekend?!
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I know this girl who will be too excited to sleep tonight 😉
Tomorrow I head out for a deer hunt and potentially predator hunting if the timing is right. 🌲
Looking forward to spending some time nature.
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God sees and hears your heart. ♡
Gracias a Dios. ✞
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The energy in the air is crazy. I feel like there’s a huge awakening going on🙌
What a year it has been. Only 6 weeks left, then a 2020 perspective. The best is yet to come, I’m ready for the shift; my rebirth.
Currently working on protecting my energy, AT ALL COST. Even if that means cutting people out of my life. Can’t believe that at my age I even have to say that. But I have been tested the most this year. I’ve closed some doors but opened new ones.
We are living in the last two months of this decade. Stay focused on the path in front of you and concentrate on the present because life is the moment we are living right now.
End what is no longer working. Continue growing and learning. There will forever be highs and lows, so find your lessons in whatever difficulties come your way.
Stay grounded, take chances, embrace change, remain grateful and continue evolving.
Spread love ALWAYS. But most important, grow into the best version of yourself. Trust your own unfolding🌻 #lettersbye .
Gripping these ancient stones
The constitution of my bones
I remember the sacred
I let go of hatred
As I climb this cliff by the sea
I embody what it means to be me
That my life is magic
That my story is classic
'Tis a perfect moment in time
My vertical movement is rhyme
The Wild Man archetype
A role that I quite like
To play on the stage of life
With dragon's breath I ignite
My poetry, wild movement
My infinity, men's empowerment
My serenity, lived in the moment
My destiny, a love so vibrant
Fiery lichen break down the solid clean stone
As I break down the tomb of being alone
No longer separated from our mother
Now stronger reunited with each other
Come dance the dance of life with me
From cliff to cliff, from sea to sea
Come dance the dance of life with me
The wild will set your heart so free
Amazing Photography by Gordon Brent Brochu-Ingram
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Have you heard the tales of the Kolb brothers and their Grand Canyon adventures? Ellsworth and Emery Kolb adventured throughout the Grand Canyon in pursuit of the most unique photos possible; in their chase the brothers dangled from ropes in slot canyons and rafted some of the most extreme whitewater the Colorado and Green river had to offer. They even documented their rafting of the canyon into a film that showed at their studio for over 75 years, eventually becoming the longest running film in United States history. Not only were the Kolbs adventurers but also entrepreneurs; before the canyon was even officially named a national park, the Kolbs began operating a photo studio and guide service near Bright Angel trail. The studio had humble origins in a canvas tent using a nearby abandoned mine shaft as a dark room, with water from a cow pond for processing. Eventually the brothers upgraded from their tent to a small studio partially built from reclaimed barn wood; their new studio was located on the edge of the canyon overlooking mule trains descending into the canyon, a prime location for photographing tourists. Emery lived at the canyon from 1902-1976 showing his film until he died at the age of 95.
Adventure on, and never stop exploring my friends!
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I’ve had the same journal since college. A triple password protected word document. 385 pages. Single spaced. 10 point font. The file name is ‘Love’. The thoughts I’ve had, the roads I’ve traveled. The people and places I’ve called home. The highs, the lows. Some of them, stories I’ve never told.
The truth is, I would love to write a book someday. I don’t know about what exactly, maybe life on the road. I’ve always loved to write, but I rarely ever share. Too shy, I think. But after spending the last few days with some wildly inspirational people who are pushing boundaries and doing big things, I’m thinking it might be time I change that... ↟ #earthoutdoors
@thismattexists - One of my most memorable experiences to date from my all time favourite country! 🇵🇪 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
Although this is now a super popular tourist spot and doable as a day trip. We opted for 5 day trek around Ausangate to get to Rainbow Mountain. The route was extremely challenging but amazingly rewarding! On this particular morning, I crawled out of my frozen tent at around 3am to start the final push to Rainbow Mountain. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
We got up there and had the entire place to ourselves until the bus loads of tourists showed up. 🚌 #earthoutdoors
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The central granites that make up the Mont Blanc massif, from the steep slopes of the Drus, the Grandes Jorasses and the Dent du Géant, are at the highest points topped by schists, which are visible in places such as Grands Montets and also near Mont Blanc's summit.
The granite mountains around Chamonix have been eroded into steep needle-shaped peaks (known as aiguilles). This rock is sometimes called protogine, and is lower in the mineral biotite mica and richer in quartz than the granites commonly found elsewhere.