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  • AUTHOR UPDATE: I mentioned a few weeks ago that I have a collection of dark fairy tales/short stories in the works. I’m half way through the second, and the complex, interconnecting plot lines are turning out to be way cooler than I originally imagined. I’m really excited about it. I’m also going back and forth between this project and working on the Drakkina trilogy.
2020 ... I see you. Hoping to add quite a few new book babies to the collection next year. ❤️
  • AUTHOR UPDATE: I mentioned a few weeks ago that I have a collection of dark fairy tales/short stories in the works. I’m half way through the second, and the complex, interconnecting plot lines are turning out to be way cooler than I originally imagined. I’m really excited about it. I’m also going back and forth between this project and working on the Drakkina trilogy.
    2020 ... I see you. Hoping to add quite a few new book babies to the collection next year. ❤️
  • 622 13 10 November, 2019
  • POLARIS

Meet me there,
atop the mossy hilled edge
where the northern star kisses eastern winds.
I see you there.
The brightest light in the darkest space.
I am set aflame.
-Nicoline
  • POLARIS

    Meet me there,
    atop the mossy hilled edge
    where the northern star kisses eastern winds.
    I see you there.
    The brightest light in the darkest space.
    I am set aflame.
    -Nicoline
  • 159 4 6 hours ago
  • "I get homesick for places that aren't my home"
  • "I get homesick for places that aren't my home"
  • 1,005 46 10 November, 2019
  • This evening I’m firmly ensconced in a motel room at an undisclosed location in Western North Carolina, in anticipation of the coming snows that are forecast to drop 1-3 inches of the white stuff before high noon tomorrow. 
And yes, because I’m nuts, I hope to get out and explore as well, mainly because the more driver-friendly “Winter Weather Advisory” has been issued by the NWS. Also, because there are lots of trees that still have fall foliage, I’m hoping to catch a rare glimpse of two seasons in play at once. I hope to pick off a number of locations with both snow and colorful leaves. We shall see! 
This image was from early this afternoon, at about 4,500 feet in elevation in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, on the North Carolina side. I pulled out the old Nikon D2Xs for this one, a camera I’ve used for years. And I have to say, in a camera-to-camera comparison, I still prefer an image from this ancient camera to my current D7500. I have to work a bit harder to get the image, but it’s worth it. Like Thom Hogan has said, there’s something definitely very good and unique about the sensor of that old camera. Which is why I still use it, 12 megapixels and all.
  • This evening I’m firmly ensconced in a motel room at an undisclosed location in Western North Carolina, in anticipation of the coming snows that are forecast to drop 1-3 inches of the white stuff before high noon tomorrow.
    And yes, because I’m nuts, I hope to get out and explore as well, mainly because the more driver-friendly “Winter Weather Advisory” has been issued by the NWS. Also, because there are lots of trees that still have fall foliage, I’m hoping to catch a rare glimpse of two seasons in play at once. I hope to pick off a number of locations with both snow and colorful leaves. We shall see!
    This image was from early this afternoon, at about 4,500 feet in elevation in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, on the North Carolina side. I pulled out the old Nikon D2Xs for this one, a camera I’ve used for years. And I have to say, in a camera-to-camera comparison, I still prefer an image from this ancient camera to my current D7500. I have to work a bit harder to get the image, but it’s worth it. Like Thom Hogan has said, there’s something definitely very good and unique about the sensor of that old camera. Which is why I still use it, 12 megapixels and all.
  • 275 10 4 hours ago
  • Life is a climb. But the view is great!
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ENGLISH 🇬🇧 || SAVE THIS POST FOR YOUR LA TRIP! || The Hollywood Sign hike is definitely a iconic hike and we loved it 🤩 We walked from the Griffith Observatory and it was an adventures and long hike. Therefore we would recommend you another hike which is much easier and shorter. 
Take the bus to the Beachwood dr./Westshire dr. then you have to walk to the ‚Hollywood Sign Trail‘📍(just type it in GoogleMaps). It takes about 15 minutes and then you you’ll see a blue gate which you have to pass. You will find there an incredible view of the Hollywood sign and if you follow the way on the left side up, you will get to to top of the Hollywood sign. ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
GERMAN 🇩🇪 || SPEICHER DIR DAS FÜR DEINE LA REISE! || Als wir nach einer langen und abenteuerlichen Wanderung hinter dem Hollywood Sign angekommen sind, waren wir total überwältigt 🤩 So eine atemberaubende Aussicht hatten wir noch nie. Allerdings haben wir wohl den längsten und abenteuerlichsten Weg gewählt und sind vom Griffith Observatory bis zum Hollywood Sign gelaufen. 
Ein paar Tage später, haben wir einen viel leichteren und vor allem schnelleren Weg gefunden!🙏🏻 Um dort hinzugelangen, musst du einfach mit dem Bus zu Beachwood dr./Westshire dr. fahren und von da aus ca. 15min der Straße bis zum ‚Hollywood Sign Trail‘📍folgen (einfach bei GoogleMaps eingeben). Dort angekommen erwartet dich ein blaues Tor, durch welches du musst. Dort hast du eine tolle Aussicht auf das Hollywood sign. Wenn du dann dem Weg auf der linken Seite folgst, gelangst du schlussendlich zum Hollywood sign. ____________________________________________________ #losangeles #la #hollywood #hollywoodsign #hollywoodhike #hiking #fitcouple #findyouradventure #lovelifepassport #couplegoals #earthcouples #traveltheworld #globewanderer #planetwanderlust #journeysofcouples #wanderlust #creativetravelcouples
  • Life is a climb. But the view is great!
    ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    ENGLISH 🇬🇧 || SAVE THIS POST FOR YOUR LA TRIP! || The Hollywood Sign hike is definitely a iconic hike and we loved it 🤩 We walked from the Griffith Observatory and it was an adventures and long hike. Therefore we would recommend you another hike which is much easier and shorter.
    Take the bus to the Beachwood dr./Westshire dr. then you have to walk to the ‚Hollywood Sign Trail‘📍(just type it in GoogleMaps). It takes about 15 minutes and then you you’ll see a blue gate which you have to pass. You will find there an incredible view of the Hollywood sign and if you follow the way on the left side up, you will get to to top of the Hollywood sign. ⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    GERMAN 🇩🇪 || SPEICHER DIR DAS FÜR DEINE LA REISE! || Als wir nach einer langen und abenteuerlichen Wanderung hinter dem Hollywood Sign angekommen sind, waren wir total überwältigt 🤩 So eine atemberaubende Aussicht hatten wir noch nie. Allerdings haben wir wohl den längsten und abenteuerlichsten Weg gewählt und sind vom Griffith Observatory bis zum Hollywood Sign gelaufen.
    Ein paar Tage später, haben wir einen viel leichteren und vor allem schnelleren Weg gefunden!🙏🏻 Um dort hinzugelangen, musst du einfach mit dem Bus zu Beachwood dr./Westshire dr. fahren und von da aus ca. 15min der Straße bis zum ‚Hollywood Sign Trail‘📍folgen (einfach bei GoogleMaps eingeben). Dort angekommen erwartet dich ein blaues Tor, durch welches du musst. Dort hast du eine tolle Aussicht auf das Hollywood sign. Wenn du dann dem Weg auf der linken Seite folgst, gelangst du schlussendlich zum Hollywood sign. ____________________________________________________ #losangeles #la #hollywood #hollywoodsign #hollywoodhike #hiking #fitcouple #findyouradventure #lovelifepassport #couplegoals #earthcouples #traveltheworld #globewanderer #planetwanderlust #journeysofcouples #wanderlust #creativetravelcouples
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  • Heading off to China again shortly, this time a little closer to home. First to Guizhou, and then north east across the border to Hunan, and the Xuefeng Mountains. #findyouradventure
  • Heading off to China again shortly, this time a little closer to home. First to Guizhou, and then north east across the border to Hunan, and the Xuefeng Mountains. #findyouradventure
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  • into the pinewoods ✨
  • into the pinewoods ✨
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  • Our very own Mamacita out in the garden this morning picking oranges for our freshly squeezed juice 🤤🍊
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We would be lost without her!
  • Our very own Mamacita out in the garden this morning picking oranges for our freshly squeezed juice 🤤🍊

    We would be lost without her!
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  • Vancouver Island - Cycle Trip Part Two
  • Vancouver Island - Cycle Trip Part Two
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  • To everything I’ve ever lost; thank you for setting me free.
  • To everything I’ve ever lost; thank you for setting me free.
  • 54 1 3 hours ago
  • When life gets tough, sometimes you just gotta put on a smile & tell yourself everything is going to be alright. 💖
  • When life gets tough, sometimes you just gotta put on a smile & tell yourself everything is going to be alright. 💖
  • 11 1 3 hours ago
  • I grew up in the poor neighborhood of an otherwise affluent community. We lived on child support, food stamps, and free school lunches. We didn't go on vacations or have cable TV. I remember feeling ashamed of my socioeconomic status. I remember working as hard at being invisible among my peers as I worked at being successful in school. I never lied, cheated, or stole. I never rebelled against authority. We had no connections or resources to rely upon to save me from my own f*ck ups. The only way out was to walk the straight and narrow, a tight rope with no harness or safety net. At least that's the way I understood my world right up until the moment I earned my engineering degree. <>
Then I balked. For the first time in my life, I had the opportunity to step into personal comfort and financial security, but all I could see were diamond-studded shackles and gold-plated prison bars. A cell by any other look still robs us our freedom, after all. I realize now that my midlife crisis hit me at my quarter life because I'd already been captive to economics for 20 years; the same 20 years that many people spend in their first career job before they see it for the prison it is. <>
It may look from my content like I'm living a privileged life, but the reality is that I live out of my truck so I can spend my rent money on plane tickets. It's neither easy nor glamorous. I don't have enough money to live both comfortable and free, but where most people choose comfort, I've chosen freedom. There are as many fallen trees obstructing my path as there are traffic jams obstructing theirs; and as many briars that slow my progress as there are potholes that slow theirs. But you see, I prefer the overgrown path to the overcrowded one. <>
Life is a chaotic, dull, hazardous, beautiful mess of tangled moments and emotions regardless of how we live it. The idea that seeking wealth is seeking freedom, that's perhaps the most egregious cultural deception of my life. Seeking wealth is seeking bondage, for there will never be enough. But I've learned that so too is seeking freedom...for there will never be enough.
  • I grew up in the poor neighborhood of an otherwise affluent community. We lived on child support, food stamps, and free school lunches. We didn't go on vacations or have cable TV. I remember feeling ashamed of my socioeconomic status. I remember working as hard at being invisible among my peers as I worked at being successful in school. I never lied, cheated, or stole. I never rebelled against authority. We had no connections or resources to rely upon to save me from my own f*ck ups. The only way out was to walk the straight and narrow, a tight rope with no harness or safety net. At least that's the way I understood my world right up until the moment I earned my engineering degree. <>
    Then I balked. For the first time in my life, I had the opportunity to step into personal comfort and financial security, but all I could see were diamond-studded shackles and gold-plated prison bars. A cell by any other look still robs us our freedom, after all. I realize now that my midlife crisis hit me at my quarter life because I'd already been captive to economics for 20 years; the same 20 years that many people spend in their first career job before they see it for the prison it is. <>
    It may look from my content like I'm living a privileged life, but the reality is that I live out of my truck so I can spend my rent money on plane tickets. It's neither easy nor glamorous. I don't have enough money to live both comfortable and free, but where most people choose comfort, I've chosen freedom. There are as many fallen trees obstructing my path as there are traffic jams obstructing theirs; and as many briars that slow my progress as there are potholes that slow theirs. But you see, I prefer the overgrown path to the overcrowded one. <>
    Life is a chaotic, dull, hazardous, beautiful mess of tangled moments and emotions regardless of how we live it. The idea that seeking wealth is seeking freedom, that's perhaps the most egregious cultural deception of my life. Seeking wealth is seeking bondage, for there will never be enough. But I've learned that so too is seeking freedom...for there will never be enough.
  • 79 6 3 hours ago
  • 12 months.
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Took a shower at planet fitness and the guy next to me was moaning his heart out while showering, cringe lvl 100% Some ppl sing, others moan i guess.
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    Took a shower at planet fitness and the guy next to me was moaning his heart out while showering, cringe lvl 100% Some ppl sing, others moan i guess.
  • 10 1 3 hours ago
  • Rigor mortis.
  • Rigor mortis.
  • 67 3 3 hours ago
  • Gorgeous dublin 🎄
  • Gorgeous dublin 🎄
  • 16 1 3 hours ago
  • Moody moon tonight 🌕🌕🌕
  • Moody moon tonight 🌕🌕🌕
  • 68 2 4 hours ago
  • Camping is the perfect routine for me; going to bed when it gets dark, sleeping under the stars, and waking up with the sunrise. 🏕💫
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Typically I want to get to where I’m going ASAP and only stop to get gas. This time I took 3 days to drive what I would usually do in 1 day. I felt like I was on vacation haha 🏖🧉
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Planned each stop at a lake so I could paddle, have dinner, and stick to my routine of going to bed when it got dark and waking up with the sun. 🏄🏻‍♀️🌊🌞🌛
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I drove past the Valley of Fire 8 times. This time I finally took a detour. There’s a saying about detours, something like unexpected detours lead to awesomeness. Right?! What are some of your favorite detours? 😁🤙
  • Camping is the perfect routine for me; going to bed when it gets dark, sleeping under the stars, and waking up with the sunrise. 🏕💫
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    Typically I want to get to where I’m going ASAP and only stop to get gas. This time I took 3 days to drive what I would usually do in 1 day. I felt like I was on vacation haha 🏖🧉
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    Planned each stop at a lake so I could paddle, have dinner, and stick to my routine of going to bed when it got dark and waking up with the sun. 🏄🏻‍♀️🌊🌞🌛
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    I drove past the Valley of Fire 8 times. This time I finally took a detour. There’s a saying about detours, something like unexpected detours lead to awesomeness. Right?! What are some of your favorite detours? 😁🤙
  • 24 2 4 hours ago
  • Can you imagine what this mosque would have looked like in its day? The Wazir Khan mosque is colorful and gorgeous but in poor repair. I loved it for the mixture of that and the serenity of the spot in the middle of the hustling Wlled City. .
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#mosque #masjid #islam #lahore #lahorediaries
  • Can you imagine what this mosque would have looked like in its day? The Wazir Khan mosque is colorful and gorgeous but in poor repair. I loved it for the mixture of that and the serenity of the spot in the middle of the hustling Wlled City. .
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    #mosque #masjid #islam #lahore #lahorediaries
  • 31 2 4 hours ago
  • First ones to the put in
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Video: @jakemeltonn | Blackfoot River, MT
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    Video: @jakemeltonn | Blackfoot River, MT
  • 19 2 4 hours ago
  • This evening I’m firmly ensconced in a motel room at an undisclosed location in Western North Carolina, in anticipation of the coming snows that are forecast to drop 1-3 inches of the white stuff before high noon tomorrow. 
And yes, because I’m nuts, I hope to get out and explore as well, mainly because the more driver-friendly “Winter Weather Advisory” has been issued by the NWS. Also, because there are lots of trees that still have fall foliage, I’m hoping to catch a rare glimpse of two seasons in play at once. I hope to pick off a number of locations with both snow and colorful leaves. We shall see! 
This image was from early this afternoon, at about 4,500 feet in elevation in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, on the North Carolina side. I pulled out the old Nikon D2Xs for this one, a camera I’ve used for years. And I have to say, in a camera-to-camera comparison, I still prefer an image from this ancient camera to my current D7500. I have to work a bit harder to get the image, but it’s worth it. Like Thom Hogan has said, there’s something definitely very good and unique about the sensor of that old camera. Which is why I still use it, 12 megapixels and all.
  • This evening I’m firmly ensconced in a motel room at an undisclosed location in Western North Carolina, in anticipation of the coming snows that are forecast to drop 1-3 inches of the white stuff before high noon tomorrow.
    And yes, because I’m nuts, I hope to get out and explore as well, mainly because the more driver-friendly “Winter Weather Advisory” has been issued by the NWS. Also, because there are lots of trees that still have fall foliage, I’m hoping to catch a rare glimpse of two seasons in play at once. I hope to pick off a number of locations with both snow and colorful leaves. We shall see!
    This image was from early this afternoon, at about 4,500 feet in elevation in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, on the North Carolina side. I pulled out the old Nikon D2Xs for this one, a camera I’ve used for years. And I have to say, in a camera-to-camera comparison, I still prefer an image from this ancient camera to my current D7500. I have to work a bit harder to get the image, but it’s worth it. Like Thom Hogan has said, there’s something definitely very good and unique about the sensor of that old camera. Which is why I still use it, 12 megapixels and all.
  • 275 10 4 hours ago
  • Galactic coastline.

I may have a couple of winter themed 16x20 canvas prints later this month so stay tuned 📺 ! Some to sell and some to giveaway!
  • Galactic coastline.

    I may have a couple of winter themed 16x20 canvas prints later this month so stay tuned 📺 ! Some to sell and some to giveaway!
  • 89 5 5 hours ago
  • Sunday morning we climbed Pinnacle 1, a wide imposingly steep looking monolith in the Northern Swell. See the previous post for a picture of the peak from below. The climb, was actually quite tame once we found our way to the back side. A series of short exposed sections gave way to a sudden summit. Here is Emily on top. I have really enjoyed this fall, full of desert peaks. We are likely headed to Zion once more for a few peaks this weekend.
  • Sunday morning we climbed Pinnacle 1, a wide imposingly steep looking monolith in the Northern Swell. See the previous post for a picture of the peak from below. The climb, was actually quite tame once we found our way to the back side. A series of short exposed sections gave way to a sudden summit. Here is Emily on top. I have really enjoyed this fall, full of desert peaks. We are likely headed to Zion once more for a few peaks this weekend.
  • 37 2 5 hours ago
  • What’s behind this wall? A shift in perspective offers a fun reward! ➡️“Welcome to Seattle” art mural was one of the many I saw while visiting recently. After writing about art murals near where I live now in Oregon, and where I lived in New York (see “Mural Walks: Not Just Art Appreciation”) I was inspired to find the murals from the links I posted (each state!). Spotting murals was great fun, and added interest and spontaneity to my trek from one tourist destination to another. 🆒 Art in unexpected places makes for wonder-full sights.  Have you come across street art that’s inspired you, made you smile or at least happier than the blank wall that was there before? #scavengerhunt #adventuretraveler
  • What’s behind this wall? A shift in perspective offers a fun reward! ➡️“Welcome to Seattle” art mural was one of the many I saw while visiting recently. After writing about art murals near where I live now in Oregon, and where I lived in New York (see “Mural Walks: Not Just Art Appreciation”) I was inspired to find the murals from the links I posted (each state!). Spotting murals was great fun, and added interest and spontaneity to my trek from one tourist destination to another. 🆒 Art in unexpected places makes for wonder-full sights. Have you come across street art that’s inspired you, made you smile or at least happier than the blank wall that was there before? #scavengerhunt #adventuretraveler
  • 5 1 5 hours ago
  • All the potential
In the world,
In the universe, 
In the galaxy is
Useless without 
An opportunity 
To expose 
Its essence. 
Unrooted in its reach
To feel the touch
Of others,
It floats away.
Life voided
Of an invaluable,
Incomparable
Voice.

The value of representation.
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At the core of most human interactions is a want to be seen, heard, validated, and part of an experience. We thrive when opportunities exist for us to exercise our talents and extend our thoughts through use of voice, AND, when there is a receptacle on the other side eager to receive and hold space for these expressions. Our interconnectedness builds this innate need to share, to commune with a community.

The call you hear for representation is the simple demand for space ... space to be seen, heard, validated, and part of an experience. Space that reflects want to create equitable distribution of resources, power, and voices.
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S/O to Fall - the season. It has revived my love for crocheting (check the pictured neck piece created in under an hour) and initiated some serious self-reflection. Life, as of recent, has bestowed me new professional demands, shifting adulting responsibilities, aging parents, and the recent transition of a very dear kindred, my Uncle Marvin. || Hello to today and to our NOW!

Does the shift of seasons create the same measure of reflection and impetus for change in you? Or is it just me?! 👀🤷🏾‍♀️
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photo captured on Duwamish land by: shon’t. || @thatgirlshont
  • All the potential
    In the world,
    In the universe,
    In the galaxy is
    Useless without
    An opportunity
    To expose
    Its essence.
    Unrooted in its reach
    To feel the touch
    Of others,
    It floats away.
    Life voided
    Of an invaluable,
    Incomparable
    Voice.

    The value of representation.
    .
    .
    .
    At the core of most human interactions is a want to be seen, heard, validated, and part of an experience. We thrive when opportunities exist for us to exercise our talents and extend our thoughts through use of voice, AND, when there is a receptacle on the other side eager to receive and hold space for these expressions. Our interconnectedness builds this innate need to share, to commune with a community.

    The call you hear for representation is the simple demand for space ... space to be seen, heard, validated, and part of an experience. Space that reflects want to create equitable distribution of resources, power, and voices.
    .
    .
    S/O to Fall - the season. It has revived my love for crocheting (check the pictured neck piece created in under an hour) and initiated some serious self-reflection. Life, as of recent, has bestowed me new professional demands, shifting adulting responsibilities, aging parents, and the recent transition of a very dear kindred, my Uncle Marvin. || Hello to today and to our NOW!

    Does the shift of seasons create the same measure of reflection and impetus for change in you? Or is it just me?! 👀🤷🏾‍♀️
    .
    photo captured on Duwamish land by: shon’t. || @thatgirlshont
  • 102 8 5 hours ago
  • POLARIS

Meet me there,
atop the mossy hilled edge
where the northern star kisses eastern winds.
I see you there.
The brightest light in the darkest space.
I am set aflame.
-Nicoline
  • POLARIS

    Meet me there,
    atop the mossy hilled edge
    where the northern star kisses eastern winds.
    I see you there.
    The brightest light in the darkest space.
    I am set aflame.
    -Nicoline
  • 159 4 6 hours ago
  • Yosemite: “o yes” time
  • Yosemite: “o yes” time
  • 58 2 6 hours ago
  • I love trees, all types, but especially tall lush ones. 
I had no idea how I would feel about being in the desert for the winter. One of the first things I noticed was how short all the trees are. There are juniper trees all over here and they are so much shorter than what I grew up with.
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The desert has it's own unique beauty that I have really been enjoying. Especially the red rocks that are around the Sedona area. 🌲
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Yesterday we drove up through the Oak Creek Canyon and it was Amazing to see the different trees that have turned colors. "I missed you tall trees!" I said out loud, and Ryan laughed.
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The first pictures are of our drive through Oak creek Canyon. The last ones are from when we were in Montana at a mountain lake in the middle of summer. I think they are both so beautiful. 🌲🍂🌲🌳🍂🌲🌳🍂🌲🌳🍂🌲🌳🍂 What type of scenery do you prefer?
  • I love trees, all types, but especially tall lush ones.
    I had no idea how I would feel about being in the desert for the winter. One of the first things I noticed was how short all the trees are. There are juniper trees all over here and they are so much shorter than what I grew up with.
    🌲
    🍂
    The desert has it's own unique beauty that I have really been enjoying. Especially the red rocks that are around the Sedona area. 🌲
    🍂
    Yesterday we drove up through the Oak Creek Canyon and it was Amazing to see the different trees that have turned colors. "I missed you tall trees!" I said out loud, and Ryan laughed.
    🌲
    🍂
    The first pictures are of our drive through Oak creek Canyon. The last ones are from when we were in Montana at a mountain lake in the middle of summer. I think they are both so beautiful. 🌲🍂🌲🌳🍂🌲🌳🍂🌲🌳🍂🌲🌳🍂 What type of scenery do you prefer?
  • 37 6 6 hours ago
  • By the numbers: 3 days, 65 miles,  5 upper body layers,11.5k elevation gain, 46 hours without seeing another person. One very, very stinky girl who was happy to find a free (warm) shower at the end of the trail 🏞
  • By the numbers: 3 days, 65 miles, 5 upper body layers,11.5k elevation gain, 46 hours without seeing another person. One very, very stinky girl who was happy to find a free (warm) shower at the end of the trail 🏞
  • 53 6 6 hours ago
  • What is the point of travel, if you don’t learn something from it. If you don’t experience what it offers to you as a person.

Every time we visit a different location, we realize the level of privilege that we have built for ourselves. We might not be rich but commoditized with privileges- definitely yes.

This is why we choose to stay in Airbnb/rentals vs. big hotels. Because we don’t travel as a luxury even though it is. We like to travel as an experience, taking little pieces of the world with us each time.

Needless to say, we did stay with a scorpion in our living room and a rattle snake in the parking lot😂. We got eaten by mosquitos and the fish in the cenote bit me a few times as well but what do you expect when you are in the jungle?

Happy Monday!!
  • What is the point of travel, if you don’t learn something from it. If you don’t experience what it offers to you as a person.

    Every time we visit a different location, we realize the level of privilege that we have built for ourselves. We might not be rich but commoditized with privileges- definitely yes.

    This is why we choose to stay in Airbnb/rentals vs. big hotels. Because we don’t travel as a luxury even though it is. We like to travel as an experience, taking little pieces of the world with us each time.

    Needless to say, we did stay with a scorpion in our living room and a rattle snake in the parking lot😂. We got eaten by mosquitos and the fish in the cenote bit me a few times as well but what do you expect when you are in the jungle?

    Happy Monday!!
  • 23 1 7 hours ago
  • Wore my poppy for my workout today to help me remember how lucky I am to have the freedom to workout🕊 I have a safe home, wifi, can go to the store to buy weights, and can have a warm a shower after. All while knowing I am safe. Be grateful for the little things✨🙏🏻
  • Wore my poppy for my workout today to help me remember how lucky I am to have the freedom to workout🕊 I have a safe home, wifi, can go to the store to buy weights, and can have a warm a shower after. All while knowing I am safe. Be grateful for the little things✨🙏🏻
  • 22 3 7 hours ago
  • Home is where the heart is 🧡 Check out our IGTV account to see how @localadventurer travels easily, from NYC to Las Vegas and beyond, with CORT! #CORTatHome
  • Home is where the heart is 🧡 Check out our IGTV account to see how @localadventurer travels easily, from NYC to Las Vegas and beyond, with CORT! #CORTatHome
  • 22 2 8 hours ago
  • Changing leaves add dramatic contrast to the storied boulders of Blackrock Summit. Taken in mid-October.
  • Changing leaves add dramatic contrast to the storied boulders of Blackrock Summit. Taken in mid-October.
  • 103 1 9 hours ago
  • Perfect relaxing camping trip this weekend! 🖤
  • Perfect relaxing camping trip this weekend! 🖤
  • 48 2 10 hours ago
  • I wasn’t petrified to be in the desert... I was in awe 📷 @rachel.meagan
  • I wasn’t petrified to be in the desert... I was in awe 📷 @rachel.meagan
  • 92 12 10 November, 2019