S U M M I T > Knee-deep in soft #snow , high in the clouds.. is this heaven? #breathbreath Well, Denali is the highest mountain peak in North America, with a summit elevation of 20,310 feet ( 6,190 m) above sea level.
“Don't let doubts, fears, detours, and delays get in the way of what God has placed in your heart. He has planned out this journey for you and you have the power to make it come true. But, you have to get through all the obstacles first.” — @amandas913
in my experience especially recently there have been a lot of people that I've met along the way during my traveling that make the comment that I'm doing a lot of driving and how hard that must be after I tell them my plan for the trip, and yeah I do a lot of driving, but for me it's different; I'm just at complete peace on the road and I really enjoy the journey so when I'm driving 4 or 5 hours it really only feels like 1 or 2, can anyone relate?
We were rewarded with this view after our steep 500-step climb in the almost unbearable Vietnam heat. It has felt so nice to breathe some fresh air and to have the sun come back out after a few days of rain.
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Crunch Crunch Crunch - that satisfying sound and cool sensation as you dig crampons forcefully into solid ice underfoot. It feels even better than crunching through fallen leaves in autumn! At 43 km long by 6.4 km wide, this massive glacier is the largest easily reachable ice mass in Alaska. The ice formations change daily, constantly in motion as it melts. Pretty special as it will never look the same again. I'll just have to come back again soon to see how it changed.