Was Bagby Hot Springs worth spending an hour digging my car out of snow and then getting lost for hours on dark, snowy mountain roads with no cell service or GPS? Honestly probably not but still a fun hike! 😂 I apologize to all the people who thought I had died and to the two friends who put up with my crazy adventures @athenasophiah @jaceywreggelsworth ❤️
Wangi Falls during the dry season. This is the place where you can swim next to crocodiles. Would you do it? #choupischuppi .
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Sweet Home Elabana... Falls. A location sure to put a smile on your face - absolutely breathtaking! Well worth the 7.6km return walk through the beautiful rainforest that the Gold Coast Hinterlands has to offer.
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#tbt I'm obsessing a bit over Yosemite lately! The first time I ever visited I was 19 or 20 and I saw my 2nd bear in the campground and had my first hiking experience... and it was not love at first hike 😂 I thought it was beautiful but I wasn't too interested in the hike life back then 🤣 Fast forward to this shot from May 2014 when Brian and I went to Yosemite together for the 1st time 💕 #yosemitenationalpark#vernalfalls#misttrail#yosemite#yosemitenps
Hikers on the Elbow Lake Trail have the option to continue onto the epic views at Edworthy Falls, but the path to the falls is tricky to find. Look for a cairn topped with a small inushuk on your left side and if you look closely 'FALLS' is painted in blue on one of the rocks. It is just a short walk through the trees from there.⠀
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Don't push me cause I'm close to the edge... of a very tall waterfall. 😅 water looks so serene... till it plummets 650 feet down. Also I suck at remembering #waterfallwednesday ... Can we do #waterfalleveryday instead?
Yesterday i poured over thousands of old photos from the past few years, and I’m actually a bit amazed at everything that I’ve accomplished and everything that I’ve been able to experience. With that being said, these years have been astoundingly difficult in terms of my mental health, and though traveling and consistently moving is sort of my thing, this winter in Skagway is serving as my mental break. I’ve completely checked out of reality, and i will be taking the time to be rightfully selfish in getting my head on straight. I’m so grateful for the people closest to me that have been here for me these last two months, two years, ten years – you are all more than adored. Please send positive vibes and wish me luck.