Putting in work on Lonesome Dove (5.11a). This is an incredible line in Austin, Texas. Lonesome Dove is a roof extension to the classic Diving for Rocks (5.10d). I've dialed in the lead for DFR but the last push for LD still illudes me.
Spent the morning climbing at the Barton Creek Greenbelt with Tamara (@tamoramic_view) and Mariah (@zesty.orange). We put down a few beautiful lines before the Texas sun kicked us off the rock.
Photo credit: @tamoramic_view
A jungle in the sea. Kelp forests is what California is famous for. Diving through these tall towers of algae fills you with a sense of wonder as you are transported to another world; an experience I can only describe as hauntingly beautiful. Another reason I call Cali home.
Porque vocês sabem que #papai chama as #filhas de #princesas porque se acha o #REI 🤣🤣🤣🤣
Então por que não deixar claro isso na identidade visual?
Mistura de elementos que esse #pai gosta: #rei , de #bigode e de #rota66
Além disso, foi feito copo, caneca com gel, cardápio e decoração!
Terrible form, even worse body control... but the important part is I'm back ! No pain in some campus warm ups and the elbow is feeling fantastic !
A few more sessions of knocking the dust off and getting fluidity back and it's time for some spicy climbs in the #rockies !
Being outdoors brings me an all encompassing sense of peace. When you're the only person for miles and miles, standing at the foot of the mountain you're about to climb... life suddenly comes into focus. Truly an incredible feeling. May you find your peace. #hiking#summer#mountaineering#rei
Seus portoes negros sao guardados por mais do que apenas orcs. Lá existe um mal que nunca descansa. O grande olho está sempre vigilante. É um descampado árido, infestado por fogo, cinzas e pó. O próprio ar que se respira é um gás venenoso. Nem com 10 mil homens poderia fazer isso. É loucura. -Boromir, conselho de elrond. A sociedade do anel. #mordor#osenhordosaneis#elrond#elfos#homens#anoes#rei#jornadaepica#oumanel
🔸"When I moved to the Pacific Northwest I decided that it was time for me to focus on my health: physical, mental, and spiritual. I adopted a plant-based diet and made a commitment to get outside every weekend, even if it was raining. I knew that it was crucial for me to connect with nature to relieve the stress of living in a big city like Seattle. What I didn’t realize was how much this commitment to the outdoors would change my life.
Fast forward to this past weekend, when I summited my first volcanic peak, South Sister. I have never been so proud of myself, yet so incredibly humbled. I couldn’t help but cry. I didn’t feel like I kicked the mountain’s ass, I felt like it reminded me who I am. I am an infinite being living on earth in this female form to experience it as such. I am a living and breathing part of this place just like every other being, including the earth itself. Being on that mountain top made me feel small, yet reminded me that I am not surrounded by the universe, I am the universe. I hope that all of you can feel this at some point in your life. This is why I choose mountains."
Photo of & Words by: (@jstein_explores)
Photo Credit: (@polofish76)
Location: South Sister Summit, Oregon
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