You’ll learn, as you get older, that rules are made to be broken. Be bold enough to live life on your terms, and never, ever apologize for it. Go against the grain, refuse to conform, take the road less traveled instead of the well-beaten path. Laugh in the face of adversity, and leap before you look. Dance as though EVERYBODY is watching. March to the beat of your own drummer. And stubbornly refuse to fit in. .
Awesome day riding through the foggy forests and tea plantations of West Sikkim. It would've been nice to get the permits to go further North, but that doesn't take away from some of the best roads I've ridden to date!
The perfect cure for Mondayitis – start planning your #Esperance summer road trip!
It's a 7-hour drive from Perth to Esperance, however there's heaps of places you can stop along the way. With beaches this good, how could you say no?! 🌊🏖️🚘☀️ 📸 instagram.com/lukefoxsounds
Real #Whislife outside of lift lines and clubs:
Fueled by my passion for adventure, I've always had a drive to live like a local in this place that has captured my heart 5 years ago. I got caught up in the whistler scene of snowboard, party, work, repeat- thinking that's what local life was. Over the years a lot has changed for me, but my love and passion for wild adventure has only grown. I've been forced to realize that half of the journey is being brave enough to explore the depths of our own heart and soul.
Recently, I ended up being gifted a chance to live real local life here. With the Lil'wat Nation people, living on the Mount Currie reserve (just north of Whistler) in one of the most beautiful places, I feel blessed to be taken in by such kind, welcoming and generous people.
In just a month- Wild horses, foraging, treasure hunting, cows on the road, bears on the streets, cultural celebration nights, learning some history of the first peoples here with this sacred land are some highlights. This simplicity/ familiar feeling is something that is within all humans- it's a call home, to ourselves and to Mother Earth. I'm starting to think it's a right of passage in order to fully enjoy this playground, and live our passions/ truest potenial.
We can learn so much from native culture- I am seeing how important it is to share this to blend it with our crazy, non-stop modern society.
I urge you to get to know your real locals, and local surroundings wherever you live, to really ground and humble yourself and begin to live in better relation with self, others, and this Earth. 🙏🌎💗
Surrounded by big gums & a stones throw from the river. We were lucky to only have to share it with a handful of other campers. With storms forecast we zipped another side on & bunkered down for the rain, which wasn't so bad after all. Being self sufficient we could stay here for weeks. Stewarts Crossing is such a perfect, quiet bush camp. Thanks for the recommendation @juliewalton3. 😊