We have some awesome discounts for the rest of September! You have until September 27 to get your discounts! Get 20% OFF 5-Class & 10-Class Packages. Purchase a 5 Class Card for $60, regularly $75. Purchase a 10 Class Card for $108, regularly $135. Make sure to use Promo Code: FP20 at checkout! Offer ends 9/27. * You cannot stack discounts. Excludes members of the teacher/serviceman group.* #WhatFuelsYou
We had a great time participating in the first annual #californiaflyfishingopen hosted by @ssffclub
The event, music and food was amazing and so was the fishing experience. We are looking forward to next year already!
The last few days in Colorado have been wet, rainy, and cold. We actually had to turn the heat in on the house last night it got so chilly. We are definitely not ready for this weather & already day dreaming about sunny days back on the open road 💛 #gooutside
Working out is more fun with a workout buddy. Now until the end of September, bring a friend FREE to all 7:00AM & 9:45AM weekday classes. Reserve your bike, then email email@example.com or call the studio to reserve your bike for your friend.
Your friend must have an account created in order for us to reserve their bike. #WhatFuelsYou#workoutbuddies
Sometimes, when the days get long and hot, we have to get creative with how we learn. Here, we see my new friend Emily sketching our group as we learn backpacking skills for the backcountry. I am so inspired by the level of passion and innovation each of these women brought to my experience at Outessa. Not only do we gain wisdom from our instructors but also from each other. From those who have never set up camp on their own to those who are returning from the Appalachian trail. If there is one lesson I have learned from these past few days of outdoors skill building, it's this: it takes joy and humility to always want to be a student. And in my view, there's no better way to live. So go on, be creative, absorb knowledge and then turn around and share it with those around you.
The How of this road trip. In between the, "what an amazing trip!" conversations about this last trip were the "how" questions, mostly about that need that everyone has, the bathroom. For guys, not nearly the challenge the ladies can face. Especially on a road trip through the small towns of the West, in a wheelchair. Being that I planned on camping versus hotels, that raised questions. Here come the National Park Service and National Forest Services of the United States to the rescue. In almost every pull out on every winding road and in almost every access point to a National Forest, there was an accessible bathroom. Big enough for several people to be in even. Bathroom, not shower. But you're camping. Camp towels or wet wipes rock for showers. Just pack them out if you bring them in. So if you're a person with a disability and you haven't taken a road trip solo or otherwise and you want to dip your toe in the water. Find national forests or national parks where you're going. And make sure to get your #accesspass Send off for information from them before you leave. If you need that shower and soft bed versus a tent and a sleeping pad for a night or two plan a hotel stay in the middle. Connect with new people and new places on your journey. Embrace the imperfection, because it will happen. Prepare around it. If you have questions, reach out! I'm always happy to help people enjoy the wilderness. Resources are out there, I can help you find them! #disability#disabilityawareness#travel
Happy first day of fall from the Tongass National Forest! 🍂As a temperate rainforest, the Tongass isn't world famous for its fall colors, but maybe it should be—you only have to hike through a muskeg or up to the alpine to see gorgeous flushes of red, orange, and yellow.
Sign our petition to protect the Tongass and keep public lands public: bit.ly/ProtectAKPublicLands (or follow the link in bio)
I started my day early with a Fall Foliage Photography Hike in White Mountain National Forest. I joined up with a group of women who wanted to love the land around them and share more stories of its beauty through photography. And as we traveled through the winding paths all littered with gold, we found new ways to admire the world. We explored perspectives and composition. We shared stories of our hopes and dreams. We took photos and showed each other different views of the the same world blooming around us. It was a beautiful morning in New Hampshire.