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"He built up a situation that was far enough from the truth. It never occurred to him that Helen was to blame. He forgot the intensity of their talk, the charm that had been lent him by sincerity, the magic of Oniton under darkness and of the whispering river. Helen loved the absolute. Leonard had been ruined absolutely, and had appeared to her as a man apart, isolated from the world. A real man, who cared for adventure and beauty, who desired to live decently and pay his way, who could have travelled more gloriously through life than the Juggernaut car that was crushing him." ~~E.M. Forster
Jedediah Smith (1799–1831) was a hunter, trapper, and fur trader whose explorations were significant in opening the American West to settlement by Europeans and Americans. Smith is considered the first man of European descent to cross the future state of Nevada; the first to traverse Utah from north to south and from west to east; and the first American to enter California by an overland route. He was also first to scale the High Sierra and explore the area from San Diego to the banks of the Columbia River. He was a successful businessman and a full partner in the Rocky Mountain Fur Company after Ashley's departure. Smith had notable facial scarring from a grizzly bear attack.
0 102 hours ago
Found a new favorite spot last night. Views were sublime.
Happiness depends on happenings, but joy depends on Jesus.
6 517 hours ago
We went early morning for a sunrise and the first thing we saw was the moon 🌙
Did you know the moon is actually getting each year 5cm away from the earth?
Have a blessed Sunday my friends 🙏😊
10 30111 hours ago
We’ve got news from the field - Mongolia to be precise. #newpostalert Taken July 1st, with The Hunting Consortium Ltd. @huntingconsortium in Малахит зализан (Windy Mountain). To quote our own @robk1985 :“We arrived in spike camp at about 02:00 and left on foot to climb the mountain by 03:30, before dawn. Dawn was beginning to break around 04:30 as we started our ascent. By 10:00 we had seen 14 rams and passed one nice 58 inch ram, however I thought we could do better. We saw 17 more rams until we saw a bachelor herd of 5, of which the largest was this magnificent 11 year old, 63 4/8” ram with 21”. We ranged them at 120 yards, the wind was perfect and they watched us as we watched them. Selecting the right ram out of the herd was easy. The client made a perfect shot and the ram collapsed instantly. I’m proud to say that this is my client’s first sheep hunt, first time in Asia, and also happens to shatter a lot of records. I have no doubt that it will become the new SCI #6 with around 258 SCI Points. Respecting his privacy, he will remain anonymous.“ #huntcon#huntingconsortium#wisdomfromexperience#wehuntforlife ————————————————————————————
Why do I climb?
Well that's a big question.
I climb mountains to break my muscles and rest my mind.
I climb to cry, I climb to laugh and I climb to smile.
I climb not because I'm a man, but to know how a man breaks down & get back on his feet, again.
I climb to make lifetime friends and meet amazing human beings.
I climb to share my belongings with locals and to see a smile on their innocent faces.
I climb high up in the mountains to see an untouched world far away from ego and jealousy.
I climb to test myself whether my morals and principles are still intact.
And most importantly, I climb not to know the world, but to know more about myself. #MountainLife
Thank you @founded_nemo for this amazing click ❤
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We just wrapped up a great workshop in Glacier National Park with an eager group of wonderful students! I created this image before it started and I can’t wait to share more from this trip. We had some spectacular conditions in some spots if you checked out some of my stories. 2019 Registrations will be opening soon! #montanamoment#glaciernps#wildflowerseason#mountainman#photoeducation
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Awesome top 5 essentials from @outofeden_bushcraft . Glad our gear is tough enough to make the cut!
Repost from @outofeden_bushcraft Tagged by brother Steven @backcountry_king to show 5 of my favorite pieces of kit.
1. My @jackloreknives . I love the Ray Mears style blade and this one was made by a friend.
2. My @mcqbushcraft1 tender pouch. His was the original that launched a cult following of them. Mike is a great guy. He and Sandy were the first 2 people I interacted with on social media and have become friends.
3. My @heavycoverinc canteen set . Chris is a vet and an Awesome guy . He's always volunteering his goods and services , he's a pillar to the community.
4&5. My Ray Mears axe and possibles pouch . I don't try to hide the fact that I am a huge RM fan . I've learned so much from his books and videos. I think he's one of the very few leaders bringing new ideas to bushcraft while most others are simply copying our founding fathers. .