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4 1926 minutes ago
CDT Day 73. Wednesday, August 22. Near Leadville to Jericho Mountain. Daily Miles: 29.8. Total Miles: 1,659.3. Landmarks: Clemmer Gulch, O’Keefe Mountain, Thunderbolt Mountain, Thunderbolt Creek.
Careful what you wish for. Yesterday I was hoping for an uneventful day of hiking. Today I got that in strides. Lots of mundane views of lodgepole pines. Lots of haze probably from fires locally as well as from the coastal states. Lots of ATV and dirt road walks. Days like today make me thankful for modern technology allowing me to listen to podcasts and audiobooks. The only eventful part of the day was walking through a section where there was more fallen trees than standing ones. But just to be clear, the boredom is relative and I’d rather have a tedious day on trail than an eventful day in the synthetic world, anyday. I’m finding that out more and more when I visit these well-regarded towns near the trail and am underwhelmed and ready to get back in the mountains after I’m fed, washed, and charged up. The dip in temperature has been trying and I was ready to pick up my gloves and fleece at the Helena Post Office. I saw lots of bunnings on the roadwalk and have noticed more mushrooms. I camped with Humen, who was concerned about seeing all the cat scat around and showed me a picture of a rabbit’s foot he came across that had been sucked clean of its flesh by a cat as if it were a chicken wing at a sports bar during Monday Night Football. I also left behind my truckers hat during an early morning break and was miles away when I realized it was gone. There was no way I was turning around to get it.
french press // feeding the farmer’s market obsession // winding mountain drives and tunes // picnic among the pines // cloudless sky // off-the-radar saturday
2 1636 minutes ago
Here is a different variation of one of my favorite photos I have ever taken. I have found memories of this summer with @franticfreestyle and @sasquatch.ak not only was I able to do what I love (take photos), but I was able to learn what it takes to put up new routes. It's a beautiful process that will grow your appreciation for rock climbing.
Werbung | Unsere Haare sind weitaus mehr als eine Schönheitserscheinung auf unserem Kopf. Gerade Frauen kennen das Gefühl der Traurigkeit, die fast körperliche Schmerzen verursacht, wenn ihnen die Haare zu kurz geschnitten werden. Die weibliche Aura reicht bis in die Haarspitzen, schneidet man zu viel, so wird die weibliche Aura massiv gestört. Ich habe es nun endlich geschafft, nach Jahren des ständigen Färben & Bleichen meiner Haare, wieder meine natürliche Haarfarbe zu haben. Mit ca. 16 Jahren habe ich aus meiner Unzufriedenheit - so wie ich bin, bin ich nicht okay - mit Färben angefangen. Das ist jetzt anders, ich bin so wie ich bin - okay 💃 Meine Antennen „Haare“ können jetzt wieder atmen 💚 @frisierstube.am.dom
1 165 hours ago
Finally finishing up this couples session from last weekend.
I’m a morning person by nature so sunrise sessions are my jam, however waking up at the crack of dawn to hike up 90° inclines with these honeymooners was an absolute DREAM for me... or maybe I’m just crazy?! 😍
Being outdoors, going on adventures, and immersing myself in nature is something I have always been drawn to and super passionate about, so when I get asked to do these kind of things as PART OF MY JOB it never feels like work to me.
They say “if you love what you do then you’ll never work a day in your life.” There is so much truth to that 👆🏼— life is too short to silence your dreams, so whatever it is that you’ve been wanting to do... you should go do it. 📸✨🖤