I love September backpacking. ✨ And girlfriends who say yes to last minute adventures. And all you can eat huckleberries, deep blue lakes, finding the perfect campsite, a full moon rising over the mountains, coffee at sunrise, and *almost* beating the rain back to the trailhead. 🏕💫 #pnw#pnwonderland#womenwhohike#exploreoregon
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adjusting back to our work schedules is tough, so we took a breather
We finished some of the photos from yesterday’s @pnw.shooters meetup and planned on saving them for later this week. But we just spent some time with @r4s and @hajboss riding around on scooters after dinner (because that’s what adults do) and it felt so good we just wanted to share the love 🙌
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We have a brand new gimbal and are in the process of starting our youtube channel. We will be making point of interest time lapse road trips, hiking videos, dog videos and of course overland videos! This is the first sneak peek at whats to come.
🌊 "My father was a storm, my mother, the rain. I was born from fire, but I inherited the sea." - by Pavana Reddy @mazadohta 🌊 This is my favorite poem I have found this year, so much so that part of it is in my IG Bio. I deeply resonate with the final portion, 'born from fire, but inherited the sea." As a Leo Sun Sign, I felt very in touch with firey energy as a child. Outspoken, confident, colorful. But I feel more connected to my Rising/Ascendent Sign in Scorpio, as I grow older. Darker waters, mystery, and emotional introspection. Growing up surrounded by the Puget Sound, water has always been part of my environment, and therefore feels like part of my soul. Born from fire, but inherited the sea - that is me. [ 📸: @giant.jack ]
Fall is officially here (at least in my mind) 🍂 Time to start the vitamin D drops in my coffee again 😂🥺 Also considering if migrating south for the winter is an option. Do you go anywhere to escape the cold?? http://liketk.it/2EXoR @liketoknow.it#liketkit
FINALLY got to check this peak off my never ending list of hikes. I had attempted this hike two other times before and one time I wasn’t able to make it to the top and the other time search and rescue were out retrieving a body off the mountain, RIP. So sitting on this peak was a big accomplishment for me. Not to mention this was a hike that pushed me to my limits mentally and physically. So cheers 🍻 on to the next adventure.