Hey everyone. Hope your weekend is shaping up to be a good one. No road trips for me I'm afraid. Unless you count moving my stuff from my old place to my new bachelor pad! Stay tuned for pics! 😅😁😊
Location: Bow Valley Parkway, Alberta 🇨🇦
@katiecourson looks just as good in front of the lens as she does behind it. Tried my hand at a bit of lifestyle portraiture on one of our adventures last Winter. Not sure if it's really my forté though...
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January is already half way over, and what better time to start on goals -- 1st of the year is for overachievers! Am I right? 😄 JK
Behind the scenes I've been solidifying the direction of the brand, making plans, and really excited for where it's headed. FYI - this new t-shirt design may not be for everyone 🙊
If you’re not spreading love and positivity, what’s the point in any of this?
Speak the truth.
Stand up for what’s right.
Act out of love.
Put out what you want to receive.
Stay open. ✨🦄 #goodvibesonly
This may be my favorite shot from the trip to Trout Creek. Dude leading hard 5.10+ crack on the left. Party of guide folks bottom center chillin. Gigantic volcano Mt Jefferson far right in the sun. Captures the moment and scene perfectly. Photo cred: @robiesterling. I might need to blow this one up.
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Climate change tips:
Plant more trees. As trees grow, they help stop climate change by removing carbon dioxide from the air, storing carbon in the trees and soil, and releasing oxygen into the atmosphere. Trees provide many benefits to us, every day. They offer cooling shade, block cold winter winds, attract birds and wildlife, purify our air, prevent soil erosion, clean our water, and add grace and beauty to our homes and communities. (www.arborday.org)
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