I’ve heard it hypothesized that ancient cultures believed cracks in rocks led to other worlds or dimensions and because of this ancient art was often times created near cracks..... But this! #lichen#it#rockclimbing#redrock
A million words of happiness comes from this photo the day I met Tech N9ne in Colorado @ Red Rocks. My whole trip to n from MI I was dealing with personal problems, but meeting the artists and hearing most of Strange Music that night made them dissappear for a few hrs. Still what a beautiful day that was! Colorado I may have to visit more often!! #TechN9ne#StrangeMusic#VIP#Technichian#RedRock#colorado
Whenever I’m in Calico basin I feel like I’ve stepped into a strange and wonderful Dr. Seuss book filled with Zebra stripes and Polka dot spotted red pink and white rocks. Incredibly unique place with with some rad climbing. Here is @danielgershin and I finishing up on Risk Brothers Roof 5.11a. @unrclimbing .
24 December 2017
Family photo! 👫🐶😋😘 thankful for this guy in my life! •
Just feeling grateful for all the lovely things in my life. Even though I’m kind of injured and forced to slow down and take it easy, I’m realizing that’s not a bad thing! I have so many other good things to look forward to and I’m grateful that I’m young and healthy and will be back at it in no time! 😸🦄💪🏼🌸
Tommy and I spent three days exploring Valley of Fire State Park in southern Nevada with @hikeitbaby friends. This was Tommy’s first experience with tent camping (he loved it!). We explored canyons, climbed rocks, saw 4000 year old petroglyphs, and even had a couple of big horned sheep stroll through our campsite. These are a few photos from my phone, but I’ll share photos from my Canon camera soon. Thank you for organizing such a fun weekend Shanti!!
Had such a great time out in Red Rock in this weekend. First time climbing at Oak Creek Canyon and it was totally worth it. Here’s a shot on a super fun (and really long) climb called All Nightmare Long. 📸 @cj_fults
So we found this place called the Sedona cultural park, it's this huge outdoor concert venue that I guess Cher played once. And I heard they want to tear it down and make it a nuclear power plant. Or a resort. Either way sounds lame to me, since it's already super dope and beautiful. So here's a petition you can sign if you want. Maybe we can even get Cher to come back. https://www.change.org/p/mike-tennyson-save-the-sedona-arizona-cultural-park