@mtnjohns // “Wild woman are an unexplainable spark of life. They ooze freedom and seek awareness, they belong to nobody but themselves yet give a piece of who they are to everyone they meet.
If you have met one, hold on to her, she'll allow you into her chaos but she'll also show you her magic." -NR //
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Are you 🔴y for winter?
It is up to you to see the beauty of everyday things
Hoping we get some of this stuff in Canmore soon...would be nice to have a white Christmas!!
Inversion has settled into Portland, it is so warm at the mountain that snow is melting rapidly, and the Columbia Gorge is ridiculously windy and freezing. Don’t let this picture fool ya, the wind was whipping and behind me up high on the hill was a mountain covered in frost providing for some freezing hiking conditions. Winter is stuck. It needs to snow. And I have a cold. Bah humbug.
Anyone else like to keep their room really cold at night even in the winter? Am I alone in this? I love being cold enough to be able to bundle up in blankets if I want to. 💁🏼♀️📷 @garrettreid_
Time is like a river
You cannot touch the same water twice because the flow that has passed will never pass again. Enjoy every moment of your life
I’ve been really into a positive mindset mood lately can you tell lol! Reading these little quotes each day gets me thinking and sets my tone for the day so I thought why not share with you guys because we can all use some more motivation in life!
We had our annual outdoor Christmas lunch yesterday, aka the @misc_adventures work party. Thanks to @lucyfastfingers and @ranger_sambo for keeping Benji happy and entertained whilst we cooked on the fire! Such a lovely afternoon, blog post soon 🔥 🎄 🥘
wild times through wyoming just about this time last year.
-14 degrees when this picture was taken —coldest temps i’ve ever been in. was so intrigued at the time i looked it up & turns out the coldest temps they’ve seen here was a shocking -66. thank god that’s not when we drove through. 😬
nearly hit a moose on one of the mountain passes. two lane pass & it was just walking on through. chad had to swerve into the other lane in order not to hit it —we didn’t even get the best look at it because it was at night. the confirmation it was a moose was that all i saw, from the height of the passenger window mind you, were long, thick legs hopping the fence into the wilderness.
random sightings of buffalo huddled in the snow along the highway; this place is where they still roam wild & free.
did actually hit a deer just passed the border into colorado, which was a major bummer. we stopped to report it, but a truck behind us picked it up like it was nothing.
definitely a wild & breathtakingly beautiful place.