The original #vanflife circa 1983.
I wonder where we get it from?
Before I was 8 we had driven around Australia more than a couple times, with a van or a trailer or a caravan.
Its safe to say, you haven't experienced hot until you've driven up the centre of outback Australia for 5 days without an A/C and 4 young kids in the back.
I think this is why I have a strange fear of settling down. I don't mean relationship wise, I mean staying in one place for an extended amount of time. How can you, when there are endless places to see and things to do.
The world is fucking awesome mate.
It’s so exciting to feel things starting to fall into place in Hawaii! I absolutely love the joy of jumping into things without all the answers and then watching the universe present them as long as you have the audacity to believe in the not-yet seen.
Wow, reading that ⬆️ makes me realize how freaking hippy-dippy my thinking has become since I decided to just “go for it” but HOLY CRAP the universe provides if you just show up open-souled 🌛☮️🧘♀️🧐🤦♀️
You can find me aligning my chakras on the beach now, bye 👋 #kidding
MT. ADAMS | Talking with @karenkwang about climbing the 5 Volcanoes in the PNW this year has me thinking back to Mt. Adams. I feel the need to go back on a day when the smoke doesn't cloud any views in all directions. Not only summiting Mt. Adams again, but also either Hood or Shasta (or both?).
#pct2018 hikers, you have to make the sidetrail to climb Adams. I guarantee you won't regret it.
📸 from Late August, PCT looking towards Mt. Adams w/ @cotezi. #hotsexymtsofthepct
Day 1 was a success! We explored Big Sur for the first time today. This week, we are partnering with @Delta, exploring San Francisco and the Bay area with Delta SkyMiles. #ad ⠀⠀ We are planning an exciting and an adventurous week for you guys and cannot wait to show where we go next! Share your travel photos using #SkyMilesLife
It's finally happened, my phone has run out of storage space. Should probably break my habit of taking multiple nearly identical photos at a time, which is the reason I have like ten photos of this roadside and a thousand blurry photos of my cat.
Photo by @morgan_waite1212
Location: #CapeBlanco , the westernmost point in Oregon, 9 miles northwest of #PortOrford .
Cape Blanco extends further west than any point of land in the lower 48 except for Cape Alava, in Washington. The cape was named in 1603 by the Spanish explorer Martin D'Aguilar because of the chalky appearance of the headland. The park land was purchased from the Joseph N. Hughes Estate in 1971. At the westernmost tip of the cape is an lighthouse built in 1870. The headland is 245 feet above the sea and the light is visible for 22 miles at sea. Because of many past shipwrecks at this point, a powerful radio beacon for navigators was placed at Cape Blanco.
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Well that was fun @CashCash is SOLD OUT. Shout out to everyone who will be watching on IG! Thank you Hawaii we did it again! Tickets are still available for the Maui show on February 23 at the @MauiArtsCulture!
Look close and you’ll see a climber, Brian, in a red jacket near the peak. I don’t know Brian personally, but we met and chatted for a bit when he came back down. He was a super nice guy. We might all appear like strangers from afar, but we’re all more alike than different.