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The Anhinga Trail is a great spot for an alligator safari in Everglades National Park.
Another wind cave scoop alcove thing. Every formation seems to have one/some when you look around.
There are also a bunch of other arches and natural bridges scattered around, and I mention how to get to some of those in my eBook about best hikes in Sedona. Scoop a copy through my link in bio!
The magic of light: A warm beam of hits hits this stunning arch cave in southern Italy ✨ San Nicola Arcella, Calabria.
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Sometimes when driving in LA you stumble upon something you had no idea even existed, like this lake in the valley. Makes me realize that there’s still so much of this city I haven’t seen. #leicam6#portra400
Summer hiking is such a pleasure. Lush greenery, blue water, wearing tank tops, getting tan, rosy checks and freckles ✨ Had so much fun last summer in the mountains, can’t blame me for wishing it comes sooner this year🥺
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Here's the thing about hiking. Or really exercise in general. It forces you to push yourself. To get uncomfortable and realize what you're capable of. It shows you how good it feels to accomplish things through your own will and determination.
These experiences and feeling bleed into the rest of your life. Understanding the feeling of being uncomfortable is powerful. Knowing what you're capable of is powerful. Dont settle. Know you're worth. And dont be afraid to reach the top of that metaphorical life mountain.
Its not too late to pre-order our zine and donate to this rad group who is doing so much work with other organizations and volunteers to bring awareness, education, and a helping hand to folks who risk their lives to cross our southern desert borders.@borderangelsofficial . We did this hike for fun because we have the privilege to do that. These folks take care of those that aren't so fortunate to have that choice. Help them out if you have the means to!! (Link in my bio)
It's only been a handful of days since I've been back, and I already feel like I've been working for years. Trying to pay off bills up to my ears, and get my life to where it needs to be so I can do what I love the most. Live outside. Nature takes my breath away with every corner I turn in her deserts, rivers, valleys, mountains, oceans, prairies, and canyons. I love going out there on my own but I love it even more with a family who gets it...whether we do it because we're too socially awkward to cope, too depressed to live a normal life, too high strung to sit still, or too exhausted with daily life to not do it. .
I'll have some blog posts going up soon, but for now I'll leave it with I miss the desert warmth, and I miss those folks who for a few days didn't ask questions because we all had a beautiful unspoken understanding of those little things that make us want to push our bodies to the brink of collapse (and our hearts to explode).💥💞💥💞💥
I’m not sure why, but I really enjoy the feeling of nostalgia, and that’s what this photo feels like to me. Lakeside right after the sun has gone down, there’s this calming presence that comes over. Maybe it’s just the fact that a lake brings back old memories or the soothing colors are pleasing to the eye. Either way, this part of the day has become one of my favorite times to be out. No one is hustling and bustling, no noise, just peace.
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Hitting Yosemite was the best way to cap off a week long backpacking trip. After trekking roughly 50 miles up and through the Sierras, nothing beats a relaxing couple days in the valley. This spot is probably one of my favorites to hit every time I’m there. Getting to watch the sunrise over Half Dome, make breakfast on a cliff side, then head out on a day hike. I couldn’t think of a better day.
23 1,71425 February, 2020
GIVEAWAY CLOSED. Congrats @garrett.mcmillan: All Winter long, I’ve basically worn two things on my travels; The @eddiebauer Evertherm Jacket and Guide Pro Pants. So I’m teaming up with @eddiebauer to do a giveaway to setup one lucky guy or gal with these pieces of gear for their next adventure. They’re available in both men’s and women’s so anyone can win.
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Contest ends tomorrow (2/22) at 11:59 PST. The winner will be announced here and on my story.
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I like to think life is like a layer cake,
each layer you get through leaves you with high expectations but sometimes more regret 🍰 •
One of the rules I live by is not geotagging and preserving the hidden gems in nature. Nature is my get away, and I hate going out just to find what I’m trying to get away from. Share locations responsibly, love the nature around you, and don’t abuse the privilege of having such beautiful places right in your back yard! 🧡
15 40625 February, 2020
This was fun but winter can leave right about now 🌞
10 42120 February, 2020
Call of the Kea... The things I tend to remember the most on my trips over the years aren’t visual per se. Instead, my mind focuses on the sound of a place. Bees buzzing in the Olympics, crickets droning in the Cascades, cockatoos at sunrise in Australia, and the call of the Kea in New Zealand, to name a few. These memories have stayed vivid over time, as if I were there again. So hearing the Kea call again on a recent hike, as loud and shrill as it is, felt like coming home and I can’t quite put into words just how elated that made me feel.
31 2,60220 February, 2020
You guys know I love wild landscapes, so on my last day in @Vegas, I couldn’t help but take a quick trip out of the city to explore the surrounding nature. One thing I love about Vegas is how close it is to some of the most beautiful views in the Southwest. If you do a trip to Vegas then I definitely recommend taking a day trip or two to explore some of the surrounding area. We went to explore the Valley of Fire for sunset and was back in Vegas in time to catch dinner and a show and a bit of dancing afterwards 😋 #OnlyVegas ad