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  • I believe I can fly... I believe I can touch the sky... hahah ok but really, @aspensnowmass opens in 10 days and I couldn’t be more excited! Of all the parks I’ve ever had the privilege to ride, Snowmass will ALWAYS be my fav!
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I know this photo probably won’t do very well because it’s so off what I normally post, but riding in the terrain park brings me so much joy and, as a chronic “take life to seriously” human, I’m really working to celebrate anything that sparks that lighthearted feeling of joy for me! Any other park rats out there?
  • I believe I can fly... I believe I can touch the sky... hahah ok but really, @aspensnowmass opens in 10 days and I couldn’t be more excited! Of all the parks I’ve ever had the privilege to ride, Snowmass will ALWAYS be my fav!
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    I know this photo probably won’t do very well because it’s so off what I normally post, but riding in the terrain park brings me so much joy and, as a chronic “take life to seriously” human, I’m really working to celebrate anything that sparks that lighthearted feeling of joy for me! Any other park rats out there?
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  • Sometimes I think that when people see my page they just see the triumphs… the big smile… the beautiful backdrops… and the rest of the story just gets lost in the illusion that the path to where I am today left me unscathed… but, as with most people I know, there’s so much more to the story…
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On November 22nd, 2014 I was sitting at work when I got a text from my mom saying, “call me when you get this”. Little did I know but that text was about to rock my world and flip my entire reality upside down.
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That was the morning I found out that my Dad passed away and after about a month of managing his paperwork and finances, I returned back to my life in Lake Tahoe only to realize that nothing was the same… I didn’t know it at the time but this moment was going to become THE defining moment that lead me towards the very unexpected place I am today.
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Want to read the rest of this story? Head over to the link on my bio and click the “Live a Great Story” button or visit @liveagreatstory here on IG. #LIVEpartner
  • Sometimes I think that when people see my page they just see the triumphs… the big smile… the beautiful backdrops… and the rest of the story just gets lost in the illusion that the path to where I am today left me unscathed… but, as with most people I know, there’s so much more to the story…
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    On November 22nd, 2014 I was sitting at work when I got a text from my mom saying, “call me when you get this”. Little did I know but that text was about to rock my world and flip my entire reality upside down.
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    That was the morning I found out that my Dad passed away and after about a month of managing his paperwork and finances, I returned back to my life in Lake Tahoe only to realize that nothing was the same… I didn’t know it at the time but this moment was going to become THE defining moment that lead me towards the very unexpected place I am today.
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    Want to read the rest of this story? Head over to the link on my bio and click the “Live a Great Story” button or visit @liveagreatstory here on IG. #LIVEpartner
  • 4,858 158 17 November, 2019
  • I don’t know about you but for the last week or so I feel like I’ve been on a rollercoaster emotionally...
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I get good news and I feel happy. I get less favorable news and all of a sudden I’m feeling low... Things go my way and I feel full of gratitude but then I get an annoying email or message and all of a sudden I’m spiraling...
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Something I learned a long time ago was that being at the mercy of the uncontrollable conditions of life is one of the most disempowering feelings I know... it’s a rollercoaster ride I don’t want to be on...
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Truth be told the alternative, even though it is WAY more freeing, takes effort that is sometimes hard to muster... for me it takes putting my phone down.. it takes sitting my ass on a cushion and closing my eyes for 20 mins... taking a yoga class... getting some fresh air... it takes a moment of awareness to go against the current flow of my habits...
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Today, in my constant effort to release any striving for perfection, I am choosing to be kind to myself for getting lost in all this... I am giving myself some grace... but I am also making the decision to choose differently... today I’m going on a hike. I’m going to spend as much time as possible out of cell service and savor the sweetness of some fresh air. Today I’m getting off the rollercoaster... (photo by @photograferg)
  • I don’t know about you but for the last week or so I feel like I’ve been on a rollercoaster emotionally...
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    I get good news and I feel happy. I get less favorable news and all of a sudden I’m feeling low... Things go my way and I feel full of gratitude but then I get an annoying email or message and all of a sudden I’m spiraling...
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    Something I learned a long time ago was that being at the mercy of the uncontrollable conditions of life is one of the most disempowering feelings I know... it’s a rollercoaster ride I don’t want to be on...
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    Truth be told the alternative, even though it is WAY more freeing, takes effort that is sometimes hard to muster... for me it takes putting my phone down.. it takes sitting my ass on a cushion and closing my eyes for 20 mins... taking a yoga class... getting some fresh air... it takes a moment of awareness to go against the current flow of my habits...
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    Today, in my constant effort to release any striving for perfection, I am choosing to be kind to myself for getting lost in all this... I am giving myself some grace... but I am also making the decision to choose differently... today I’m going on a hike. I’m going to spend as much time as possible out of cell service and savor the sweetness of some fresh air. Today I’m getting off the rollercoaster... (photo by @photograferg)
  • 7,220 219 16 November, 2019
  • “Deep in our hearts we are searching for something this world can’t provide.” I have been getting back into journaling lately and as flipped back through the pages of an old journal I stumbled upon this sentence...
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The last few weeks I have started to let go of the search and focus more on just being present... creating more space and less hurry... and even though I’ve stayed more rooted I’ve felt so much more free... free to show up to each and every moment with my whole heart and not just with the fragments of energy left over from being too busy.
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As I write this I close my eyes... and I take a big breath in... as I exhale and settle into the moment I think I actually understand what I wrote all that time ago... no need to search for something that’s already here. (Photo by @photograferg )
  • “Deep in our hearts we are searching for something this world can’t provide.” I have been getting back into journaling lately and as flipped back through the pages of an old journal I stumbled upon this sentence...
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    The last few weeks I have started to let go of the search and focus more on just being present... creating more space and less hurry... and even though I’ve stayed more rooted I’ve felt so much more free... free to show up to each and every moment with my whole heart and not just with the fragments of energy left over from being too busy.
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    As I write this I close my eyes... and I take a big breath in... as I exhale and settle into the moment I think I actually understand what I wrote all that time ago... no need to search for something that’s already here. (Photo by @photograferg )
  • 6,509 140 6 November, 2019

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  • I have about one existential crisis per quarter. Where I wonder why I do anything at all, and if my days are wasted in what I’m doing. I spend a lot of time at a computer, though I know it looks like I’m always out adventuring. How do you all focus on the present, instead of wondering about the past and worrying about the future? #existentialcrisis 👩🏻‍🦰
  • I have about one existential crisis per quarter. Where I wonder why I do anything at all, and if my days are wasted in what I’m doing. I spend a lot of time at a computer, though I know it looks like I’m always out adventuring. How do you all focus on the present, instead of wondering about the past and worrying about the future? #existentialcrisis 👩🏻‍🦰
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  • Finally old enough to grow my own goatee. ⁣
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Swipe to zoom 👀🤣
  • Finally old enough to grow my own goatee. ⁣

    Swipe to zoom 👀🤣
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  • So kind-of-sort-of-funny-and-random story/life lesson of the day:

I was sure I had both of my gloves in my car for this hike so I didn’t check before leaving and when we got to the trailhead I could only find one. While searching my car for the second glove, I discovered a Disney ankle sock. While I may have taken the Disney sock off for photos because it didn’t match (and even though I have no photographic proof it happened), the whole hike I kept my hands warm with one glove and one Disney sock.

I also had major blisters by the time we got to the lake and of course I had used all the bandaids on previous hikes (of course). I did have athletic tape so all was not lost when I jerry-rigged my own blister cushions and felt like a total bad ass.

In summary: Sometimes, when you aren’t as prepared as you thought you were, you just have to improvise with what you’ve got.

What I actually learned: Always keep an extra pair of gloves in my car and make sure to check and restock my first-aid kit every once in a while.
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This photo is also my new lock screen because I’m OBSESSED.
Shot with a tripod and remote.
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#hergiantlove #storytime #mommyandme #winterfashion
  • So kind-of-sort-of-funny-and-random story/life lesson of the day:

    I was sure I had both of my gloves in my car for this hike so I didn’t check before leaving and when we got to the trailhead I could only find one. While searching my car for the second glove, I discovered a Disney ankle sock. While I may have taken the Disney sock off for photos because it didn’t match (and even though I have no photographic proof it happened), the whole hike I kept my hands warm with one glove and one Disney sock.

    I also had major blisters by the time we got to the lake and of course I had used all the bandaids on previous hikes (of course). I did have athletic tape so all was not lost when I jerry-rigged my own blister cushions and felt like a total bad ass.

    In summary: Sometimes, when you aren’t as prepared as you thought you were, you just have to improvise with what you’ve got.

    What I actually learned: Always keep an extra pair of gloves in my car and make sure to check and restock my first-aid kit every once in a while.
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    This photo is also my new lock screen because I’m OBSESSED.
    Shot with a tripod and remote.
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    #hergiantlove #storytime #mommyandme #winterfashion
  • 75 12 12 minutes ago
  • I had to get one last road trip up to Mount Rainier before they close Chinook Pass. What a beaut 😍
  • I had to get one last road trip up to Mount Rainier before they close Chinook Pass. What a beaut 😍
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  • Good morning!!!! Have a great day!!!
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Check out the beautiful sunset we got while fishing!!! .
I caught a pretty orange and yellow snapper and a pretty time lapse!!!!!
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  • Good morning!!!! Have a great day!!!
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    Check out the beautiful sunset we got while fishing!!! .
    I caught a pretty orange and yellow snapper and a pretty time lapse!!!!!
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  • 8 1 24 minutes ago
  • Each of these pictures represents three different times in my fitness journey. I may look “fit” in some of them but honestly i was doing it for the “abs”. Now I’m starting a new journey, not only to get in shape, but to be consistent, accountable and make more of a lifestyle change, both physically and mentally, that’s permanent. 
My goals are no longer just having rock hard abs, but feeling better about myself and to keep reminding myself it’s not a snap of the fingers solution, it’s all about the journey,  and that change won’t happen over night, but to keep pushing forward.
Welcome to my journey.
  • Each of these pictures represents three different times in my fitness journey. I may look “fit” in some of them but honestly i was doing it for the “abs”. Now I’m starting a new journey, not only to get in shape, but to be consistent, accountable and make more of a lifestyle change, both physically and mentally, that’s permanent.
    My goals are no longer just having rock hard abs, but feeling better about myself and to keep reminding myself it’s not a snap of the fingers solution, it’s all about the journey, and that change won’t happen over night, but to keep pushing forward.
    Welcome to my journey.
  • 20 6 27 minutes ago
  • Two boys on either side and a girl in the middle, (what I love is the girl is just staring at me like what are they doing?!?!!😕😂) Please follow me: -@goat_naughty
  • Two boys on either side and a girl in the middle, (what I love is the girl is just staring at me like what are they doing?!?!!😕😂) Please follow me: -@goat_naughty
  • 1 1 32 minutes ago
  • One month until winter break! Bringing my junk show and my A game for the next 4 weeks.... good thing they are the same thing! 🤔🤗 📸: @tradclimb
  • One month until winter break! Bringing my junk show and my A game for the next 4 weeks.... good thing they are the same thing! 🤔🤗 📸: @tradclimb
  • 37 1 33 minutes ago
  • A river (of clouds) runs through it.
  • A river (of clouds) runs through it.
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  • {Lessons Learned from Machu Picchu 1/4}⁣
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 Last January I planted a seed in my head. Peru. ⁣
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I was reading a book by @jedidiahjenkins and even though he describes in great detail all of South America, for some reason it was Peru that called my name. It had never really been on my radar, but I remember distinctly lying in bed, placing my bookmark for the night and telling Robby we needed to visit. ⁣
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The dream faded, we put it on the backburner--simmering with other dreams...but a few months later the topic came up with some friends. Peru. We decided it was meant to be, plans started to fall in to place. ⁣
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The heart of the trip would be Machu Picchu. Everything else just vessels leading up to the main event. Sprinkles on top. ⁣
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To hike the Inca trail, you have to go with a guide. Since I knew they took care of all the details, I didn’t do much of my own research into the journey itself...my focus was the destination. I figured we’d hike a little, rest a lot, eat some snacks while watching llamas and making memories with friends. ⁣
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My focus was on the end from the very beginning. ⁣
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We started to hike--the backdrop was so different than what I was used to. Towering mountains, yet it was very much a desert. Cacti as big as cars that were just starting to bloom in the Peruvian spring. Locals on the trail in bright colors with loads slung over sturdy shoulders. We passed through small villages where laundry was hung on lines and children wandered in and out of homes without glass in the windows, and tidy dirt floors. Corn grew throughout the valley as far as I could see. ⁣
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It was all magic, I felt it.
  • {Lessons Learned from Machu Picchu 1/4}⁣

    Last January I planted a seed in my head. Peru. ⁣

    I was reading a book by @jedidiahjenkins and even though he describes in great detail all of South America, for some reason it was Peru that called my name. It had never really been on my radar, but I remember distinctly lying in bed, placing my bookmark for the night and telling Robby we needed to visit. ⁣

    The dream faded, we put it on the backburner--simmering with other dreams...but a few months later the topic came up with some friends. Peru. We decided it was meant to be, plans started to fall in to place. ⁣

    The heart of the trip would be Machu Picchu. Everything else just vessels leading up to the main event. Sprinkles on top. ⁣

    To hike the Inca trail, you have to go with a guide. Since I knew they took care of all the details, I didn’t do much of my own research into the journey itself...my focus was the destination. I figured we’d hike a little, rest a lot, eat some snacks while watching llamas and making memories with friends. ⁣

    My focus was on the end from the very beginning. ⁣

    We started to hike--the backdrop was so different than what I was used to. Towering mountains, yet it was very much a desert. Cacti as big as cars that were just starting to bloom in the Peruvian spring. Locals on the trail in bright colors with loads slung over sturdy shoulders. We passed through small villages where laundry was hung on lines and children wandered in and out of homes without glass in the windows, and tidy dirt floors. Corn grew throughout the valley as far as I could see. ⁣

    It was all magic, I felt it.
  • 30 1 34 minutes ago
  • {Lessons Learned from Machu Picchu 2/4}⁣
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We slept to the sound of light rain and woke to “hola hola! Buenos dias! each morning as we were handed hot tea through the tent door. The sun wakes early in Peru; we wasted no time hitting the trail. ⁣
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We CLIMBED. My legs felt strong from a summer spent in the mountains, although my lungs took a little time to adjust while we were climbing passes just under 14,000 ft. At first I felt heavy--my head literally in the clouds, but as soon as I adjusted and found my pace, I felt the euphoria that a slight lack of oxygen can bring. ⁣
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My breath came easy, my feet were quick, colors were brighter and OH MY GOSH I AM IN THE ANDES HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE HOW LUCKY AM I?!! ⁣
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We walked in the footsteps of those from another time. My load was lighter, my shoes more sturdy, my life ridiculously convenient in comparison, but my thoughts drifted back to hundreds of years ago and what life as an Inca must have been like. The fact that their work still stands. Stories still told. ⁣
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It makes you think about the kind of life you live; what will continue on?⁣
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We passed through ruins--small homes, cities, structures where time was dedicated to studying the seasons and stars, how each moves within the other. Design seemingly so simple, yet every detail intentionally thought out and intricately woven into place.⁣
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Our guide gave us history lessons at every stop, his voice and hands were meant to tell the stories of the Inca. I was meant to sit in the mountains and listen. ⁣
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The rainforest soon began to grow over the desert. Two days in, I realized this was so much more than what I’d imagined. In my head it had been a simple stroll--a drawn out route to Machu...what’s it called? It didn’t matter.⁣
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My journey had become the heart of the trip.⁣
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We started on the trail in the dark our last day. We hiked a few miles in, sky brightening but the sun refusing to shine. Thick fog hung heavy, clinging to my limbs and dripping in my face as I pushed my way through it. We arrived at the famous Sun Gate; the entrance to the ancient city and the famous view you most likely think of when you hear about Machu Picchu. ⁣
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This was our view 😆
  • {Lessons Learned from Machu Picchu 2/4}⁣

    We slept to the sound of light rain and woke to “hola hola! Buenos dias! each morning as we were handed hot tea through the tent door. The sun wakes early in Peru; we wasted no time hitting the trail. ⁣

    We CLIMBED. My legs felt strong from a summer spent in the mountains, although my lungs took a little time to adjust while we were climbing passes just under 14,000 ft. At first I felt heavy--my head literally in the clouds, but as soon as I adjusted and found my pace, I felt the euphoria that a slight lack of oxygen can bring. ⁣

    My breath came easy, my feet were quick, colors were brighter and OH MY GOSH I AM IN THE ANDES HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE HOW LUCKY AM I?!! ⁣

    We walked in the footsteps of those from another time. My load was lighter, my shoes more sturdy, my life ridiculously convenient in comparison, but my thoughts drifted back to hundreds of years ago and what life as an Inca must have been like. The fact that their work still stands. Stories still told. ⁣

    It makes you think about the kind of life you live; what will continue on?⁣


    We passed through ruins--small homes, cities, structures where time was dedicated to studying the seasons and stars, how each moves within the other. Design seemingly so simple, yet every detail intentionally thought out and intricately woven into place.⁣

    Our guide gave us history lessons at every stop, his voice and hands were meant to tell the stories of the Inca. I was meant to sit in the mountains and listen. ⁣

    The rainforest soon began to grow over the desert. Two days in, I realized this was so much more than what I’d imagined. In my head it had been a simple stroll--a drawn out route to Machu...what’s it called? It didn’t matter.⁣

    My journey had become the heart of the trip.⁣

    We started on the trail in the dark our last day. We hiked a few miles in, sky brightening but the sun refusing to shine. Thick fog hung heavy, clinging to my limbs and dripping in my face as I pushed my way through it. We arrived at the famous Sun Gate; the entrance to the ancient city and the famous view you most likely think of when you hear about Machu Picchu. ⁣

    This was our view 😆
  • 45 2 35 minutes ago
  • {Lessons Learned from Machu Picchu 3/4}⁣
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It was actually really funny. The view...of...clouds (turns out Peruvian clouds look just like American clouds).⁣
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Was it what we were anticipating? No. But did it matter? It didn’t. We’d had such an amazingly unexpected experience that this “grand finale” we’d had our hearts set on was really just a bonus to four incredibble days; added pages to my ongoing life story. ⁣
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Long days on the trail and early bedtimes when the sun goes down during dinner gave me a lot of quiet time to stir my thoughts around. The idea that continually rose to the surface was this: ⁣
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What are we chasing in life? Where is our trail leading?⁣
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In our self-help focused world, I feel like it’s hard to go a day without hearing something along the lines of “Ten steps to a happier you!” or “These 3 habits will guarantee happiness.'' ⁣
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My friends,⁣
happiness is not the end goal. It’s not a destination. It’s not a mountain or a city or a treasure chest at the end of a rainbow. We do not want to reach happiness and then that’s it, The End.⁣
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Happiness is found in our JOURNEY. ⁣
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In our daily steps. The people we are with. The views we take in. The feelings we feel (good, bad, ugly). The goosebumps on our skin when the breeze shifts. A little here and there, some days more than others. Happiness is not an elusive beast we need to hunt. ⁣
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Happiness is something we need to slow down for, so it can catch up to us in our fast paced world. ⁣
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Happiness is our every day; if we look for it along the way, it is ours to keep.
  • {Lessons Learned from Machu Picchu 3/4}⁣

    It was actually really funny. The view...of...clouds (turns out Peruvian clouds look just like American clouds).⁣

    Was it what we were anticipating? No. But did it matter? It didn’t. We’d had such an amazingly unexpected experience that this “grand finale” we’d had our hearts set on was really just a bonus to four incredibble days; added pages to my ongoing life story. ⁣

    Long days on the trail and early bedtimes when the sun goes down during dinner gave me a lot of quiet time to stir my thoughts around. The idea that continually rose to the surface was this: ⁣

    What are we chasing in life? Where is our trail leading?⁣

    In our self-help focused world, I feel like it’s hard to go a day without hearing something along the lines of “Ten steps to a happier you!” or “These 3 habits will guarantee happiness.'' ⁣

    My friends,⁣
    happiness is not the end goal. It’s not a destination. It’s not a mountain or a city or a treasure chest at the end of a rainbow. We do not want to reach happiness and then that’s it, The End.⁣

    Happiness is found in our JOURNEY. ⁣

    In our daily steps. The people we are with. The views we take in. The feelings we feel (good, bad, ugly). The goosebumps on our skin when the breeze shifts. A little here and there, some days more than others. Happiness is not an elusive beast we need to hunt. ⁣

    Happiness is something we need to slow down for, so it can catch up to us in our fast paced world. ⁣

    Happiness is our every day; if we look for it along the way, it is ours to keep.
  • 28 2 36 minutes ago
  • {Lessons Learned from Machu Picchu 4/4}⁣
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As we made our way down to the ancient city, the clouds blew in and out and we caught glimpses of the famous views. We climbed the thousand feet above the ruins--up the mountain known as Huayna Picchu (my favorite part of the day), and the clouds parted again, so we could look down on the condor shaped city. I felt it again, the magic. ⁣
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I’d kept my big camera tucked way the entire day, deep in my pack under a neon green poncho that flew out like a cape. As we headed towards our bus, I turned to take in the view. It was raining hard again, but I decided to pull my camera out, despite the increasing size of the drops. Rain splashed up from the stone wall in front of me. I wiped my lens, crouched for The Shot. Water splashed up, filled my view again--like tears welling in eyes that couldn’t believe what they were seeing. I snapped it anyway. ⁣
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Machu Picchu--rain splotched and slightly soggy, just like I was. It makes me happy.
  • {Lessons Learned from Machu Picchu 4/4}⁣

    As we made our way down to the ancient city, the clouds blew in and out and we caught glimpses of the famous views. We climbed the thousand feet above the ruins--up the mountain known as Huayna Picchu (my favorite part of the day), and the clouds parted again, so we could look down on the condor shaped city. I felt it again, the magic. ⁣

    I’d kept my big camera tucked way the entire day, deep in my pack under a neon green poncho that flew out like a cape. As we headed towards our bus, I turned to take in the view. It was raining hard again, but I decided to pull my camera out, despite the increasing size of the drops. Rain splashed up from the stone wall in front of me. I wiped my lens, crouched for The Shot. Water splashed up, filled my view again--like tears welling in eyes that couldn’t believe what they were seeing. I snapped it anyway. ⁣

    Machu Picchu--rain splotched and slightly soggy, just like I was. It makes me happy.
  • 25 1 36 minutes ago
  • Morty in the morning!
  • Morty in the morning!
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  • Run your little heart out ♥️
  • Run your little heart out ♥️
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  • We found a waterfall this summer and it has been on my mind. I was sure it would be ice and was sure it would make a fun ice climb. We hiked almost 6 miles in and as we were searching for it my friend says "What if just not there, just dry?" I turned around and just blinked. No....never. Well it was indeed gone once we found where it was. But we named it Elephant Falls 🐘 Hiked out as sun set and although no ice was found we did hear the ice on lake making intergalactic whale sounds🐳 and watched the sun set over the valley. 🌄 Always an adventure with @authorsamigarrett @making.more.out.of.less 🙂

@appgearco @norrona @patagonia @bozemanicefest @corbeaux_clothing
  • We found a waterfall this summer and it has been on my mind. I was sure it would be ice and was sure it would make a fun ice climb. We hiked almost 6 miles in and as we were searching for it my friend says "What if just not there, just dry?" I turned around and just blinked. No....never. Well it was indeed gone once we found where it was. But we named it Elephant Falls 🐘 Hiked out as sun set and although no ice was found we did hear the ice on lake making intergalactic whale sounds🐳 and watched the sun set over the valley. 🌄 Always an adventure with @authorsamigarrett @making.more.out.of.less 🙂

    @appgearco @norrona @patagonia @bozemanicefest @corbeaux_clothing
  • 9 1 48 minutes ago
  • Unloading the AN-74 at Barneo Ice Camp. This plane is the workhorse of all North Pole expeditions, transpiring adventurers and equipment to/from Barneo via Svalbard.
  • Unloading the AN-74 at Barneo Ice Camp. This plane is the workhorse of all North Pole expeditions, transpiring adventurers and equipment to/from Barneo via Svalbard.
  • 35 1 51 minutes ago
  • This was one of those exhilarating moments you can’t put into words... I would have kept climbing to the Milky Way if it were possible 🤩
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📸: @toreyphilipp
  • This was one of those exhilarating moments you can’t put into words... I would have kept climbing to the Milky Way if it were possible 🤩
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    📸: @toreyphilipp
  • 85 8 58 minutes ago
  • { Gemma & Ginny } 
I love these two way too much. So grateful to have them both in my life 🙏🐈♥️🐈✨ #cats #cat #love #ob
  • { Gemma & Ginny }
    I love these two way too much. So grateful to have them both in my life 🙏🐈♥️🐈✨ #cats #cat #love #ob
  • 10 1 1 hour ago
  • Such a good model

Please follow me: -@goatfunny4
  • Such a good model

    Please follow me: -@goatfunny4
  • 5 1 1 hour ago
  • Sometimes it’s important to reset your battery 🔋 and #optoustide 🏔
  • Sometimes it’s important to reset your battery 🔋 and #optoustide 🏔
  • 19 1 1 hour ago
  • Hello Instagram! So it has been a little while since I talked about my story and I haven’t really talked in detail about recent running goals.
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So, I started running in 2014 as a way to lose weight and get back in shape after veterinary school and internships destroyed me physically and mentally. I was in a bad spot wondering how the thing I had worked towards my entire life (being a veterinarian) had also somehow destroyed it (can’t say I have fully worked this one out, it is definitely still the case and I am working through it). I started running slowly with a run/walk program, started to lose weight, and worked closely with a therapist. I worked my way up, lost a ton of weight, made a bunch of friends, and felt on top of the world. I had lost 80 lbs in a year, run 2 half marathons and took 40 minutes off my time for a 1:38. I felt amazing! But, things were about to change and fall apart, slowly at first but it definitely happened. I had not gone about losing weight properly, I had accelerated my running too quickly, in short I wasn’t taking care of myself properly. The decline started with mononucleosis that completely knocked me out for 6 weeks and landed me in the hospital 3 times. I healed and bounced right back into training and trained for my first marathon during which I tore the labrum in my hip. I got through the race just narrowly missing a BQ by a couple minutes. I didn’t take time off and just kept pushing. Running harder and faster, adding in skiing, long and difficult hikes, still wasn’t properly fueling myself and things fell apart further in 2016. I tore my calf and hamstring more times than I can remember in addition to other small injuries. I continued to push and shockingly still secured a BQ in my second marathon. I was still seeing improvements despite the setbacks so I kept pushing until I broke my hand and then my leg at the beginning of 2017 requiring surgery and complete non-weight bearing on the my for 7 weeks. All I could think about was coming back stronger but I again did it wrong and tried to come back full bore and suffered injury after injury. CONTINUED IN COMMENTS 👇👇👇
  • Hello Instagram! So it has been a little while since I talked about my story and I haven’t really talked in detail about recent running goals.
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    So, I started running in 2014 as a way to lose weight and get back in shape after veterinary school and internships destroyed me physically and mentally. I was in a bad spot wondering how the thing I had worked towards my entire life (being a veterinarian) had also somehow destroyed it (can’t say I have fully worked this one out, it is definitely still the case and I am working through it). I started running slowly with a run/walk program, started to lose weight, and worked closely with a therapist. I worked my way up, lost a ton of weight, made a bunch of friends, and felt on top of the world. I had lost 80 lbs in a year, run 2 half marathons and took 40 minutes off my time for a 1:38. I felt amazing! But, things were about to change and fall apart, slowly at first but it definitely happened. I had not gone about losing weight properly, I had accelerated my running too quickly, in short I wasn’t taking care of myself properly. The decline started with mononucleosis that completely knocked me out for 6 weeks and landed me in the hospital 3 times. I healed and bounced right back into training and trained for my first marathon during which I tore the labrum in my hip. I got through the race just narrowly missing a BQ by a couple minutes. I didn’t take time off and just kept pushing. Running harder and faster, adding in skiing, long and difficult hikes, still wasn’t properly fueling myself and things fell apart further in 2016. I tore my calf and hamstring more times than I can remember in addition to other small injuries. I continued to push and shockingly still secured a BQ in my second marathon. I was still seeing improvements despite the setbacks so I kept pushing until I broke my hand and then my leg at the beginning of 2017 requiring surgery and complete non-weight bearing on the my for 7 weeks. All I could think about was coming back stronger but I again did it wrong and tried to come back full bore and suffered injury after injury. CONTINUED IN COMMENTS 👇👇👇
  • 225 24 1 hour ago
  • Today we’re exploring Tybee Island, Georgia 🌊
  • Today we’re exploring Tybee Island, Georgia 🌊
  • 24 1 1 hour ago
  • I believe I can fly... I believe I can touch the sky... hahah ok but really, @aspensnowmass opens in 10 days and I couldn’t be more excited! Of all the parks I’ve ever had the privilege to ride, Snowmass will ALWAYS be my fav!
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I know this photo probably won’t do very well because it’s so off what I normally post, but riding in the terrain park brings me so much joy and, as a chronic “take life to seriously” human, I’m really working to celebrate anything that sparks that lighthearted feeling of joy for me! Any other park rats out there?
  • I believe I can fly... I believe I can touch the sky... hahah ok but really, @aspensnowmass opens in 10 days and I couldn’t be more excited! Of all the parks I’ve ever had the privilege to ride, Snowmass will ALWAYS be my fav!
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    I know this photo probably won’t do very well because it’s so off what I normally post, but riding in the terrain park brings me so much joy and, as a chronic “take life to seriously” human, I’m really working to celebrate anything that sparks that lighthearted feeling of joy for me! Any other park rats out there?
  • 1,741 110 1 hour ago
  • Morning light rays on the McKenzie
  • Morning light rays on the McKenzie
  • 38 2 1 hour ago
  • Monday is a fresh start. 
It’s never too late to dig in and begin a new journey of success⛰🔋
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These colors.. those birds.. love everything about this amazing shot by @cinevzn 🖤
  • Monday is a fresh start.
    It’s never too late to dig in and begin a new journey of success⛰🔋
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    These colors.. those birds.. love everything about this amazing shot by @cinevzn 🖤
  • 65 2 1 hour ago
  • Update on Spice. The doctors at UC Davis think her lack of appetite may be due to her hind legs causing pain. We had been supplementing CBD which seemed to have helped vs a medication that could damage her kidneys over time. We will see about better long term pain management. She walks on the dewclaw portion of her foot and she is a bit overweight causing strain on them. She has gradually been losing weight since we got her. Nothing but orchard grass diet, free choice mineral, and salt blocks.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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Because she wasn't eating she was not able to produce enough thiamine and b vitamins, this causing polio.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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We've been supplementing the whole herd with vitamin B complex, thiamine, and probiotics since Buttercup had her issue with it. So we're perplexed what may be leeching or if there is another cause. We are absolutely sick to our stomachs with worry thinking there may have been a way to prevent it better, but we were taking every precaution. She was fine the day before and declining fast the next. The second she showed signs we were on the road to Davis.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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The good news is she is on the up swing. Regaining some vision, which can take up to 5 days. Her appetite is coming back and certainly still has her crazed love of bananas. We can  relax a bit knowing she is getting better. Love our spicey fart. 😊️🥰 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
#bleatinghearts #bleatingheartsfarm #goat #goats #goatworthy #goatsofinstagram #baby #goatlife #babyanimals #goatfarm #goatlove #goatmom  #lifeoutthere #crueltyfreeliving #crueltyfree  #cutenessoverload  #love #animalkingdom #cute #goatlover #adorable #goatloversanonymous #thedodo #adoptdontshop #friendsnotfood #rescue #napavalley #napa #napalife
  • Update on Spice. The doctors at UC Davis think her lack of appetite may be due to her hind legs causing pain. We had been supplementing CBD which seemed to have helped vs a medication that could damage her kidneys over time. We will see about better long term pain management. She walks on the dewclaw portion of her foot and she is a bit overweight causing strain on them. She has gradually been losing weight since we got her. Nothing but orchard grass diet, free choice mineral, and salt blocks.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    Because she wasn't eating she was not able to produce enough thiamine and b vitamins, this causing polio.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    We've been supplementing the whole herd with vitamin B complex, thiamine, and probiotics since Buttercup had her issue with it. So we're perplexed what may be leeching or if there is another cause. We are absolutely sick to our stomachs with worry thinking there may have been a way to prevent it better, but we were taking every precaution. She was fine the day before and declining fast the next. The second she showed signs we were on the road to Davis.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
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    The good news is she is on the up swing. Regaining some vision, which can take up to 5 days. Her appetite is coming back and certainly still has her crazed love of bananas. We can relax a bit knowing she is getting better. Love our spicey fart. 😊️🥰 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    #bleatinghearts #bleatingheartsfarm #goat #goats #goatworthy #goatsofinstagram #baby #goatlife #babyanimals #goatfarm #goatlove #goatmom #lifeoutthere #crueltyfreeliving #crueltyfree #cutenessoverload #love #animalkingdom #cute #goatlover #adorable #goatloversanonymous #thedodo #adoptdontshop #friendsnotfood #rescue #napavalley #napa #napalife
  • 22 0 1 hour ago
  • This poppy! She's my personal favorite 😋 (her sister is pansy the one sleeping next to her)

Please follow me: -@goat_tinylovely
  • This poppy! She's my personal favorite 😋 (her sister is pansy the one sleeping next to her)

    Please follow me: -@goat_tinylovely
  • 9 1 1 hour ago
  • Here’s an image of that one really big waterfall in the desert doing its best to show off some fall color. 
I want to give a huge thank you out to everyone who made it out to the workshop last weekend. I had a blast and am looking forward to seeing everyone’s work from the day.
  • Here’s an image of that one really big waterfall in the desert doing its best to show off some fall color.
    I want to give a huge thank you out to everyone who made it out to the workshop last weekend. I had a blast and am looking forward to seeing everyone’s work from the day.
  • 68 3 1 hour ago
  • Dinner, drinks, and a million dollar view. Let’s get on top of some more rocks soon.
  • Dinner, drinks, and a million dollar view. Let’s get on top of some more rocks soon.
  • 243 3 2 hours ago
  • Pardon us while we slip into the wilderness. Pc: @madalynncarson 💫
  • Pardon us while we slip into the wilderness. Pc: @madalynncarson 💫
  • 769 5 2 hours ago
  • We are stoked to announce @mmickeyd is apart of the WS team and will be operating the Wasatch Splitters blog, “The Track!” Mitch is going to be a huge contributor with his relatable style! He gets out every possible opportunity, truly shows his passion for earning his turns, always looking to learn, and is a down to earth dude!
Keep up to date on a biweekly post, full of good reads. The content will be another way to keep more informed with what’s happening in the community! First post is up with a little intro from @mmickeyd! Give it a read and let us know what you think! Link in bio
#wasatchsplitters rider : @mmickeyd 📷 @dood_its_sean
  • We are stoked to announce @mmickeyd is apart of the WS team and will be operating the Wasatch Splitters blog, “The Track!” Mitch is going to be a huge contributor with his relatable style! He gets out every possible opportunity, truly shows his passion for earning his turns, always looking to learn, and is a down to earth dude!
    Keep up to date on a biweekly post, full of good reads. The content will be another way to keep more informed with what’s happening in the community! First post is up with a little intro from @mmickeyd! Give it a read and let us know what you think! Link in bio
    #wasatchsplitters rider : @mmickeyd 📷 @dood_its_sean
  • 179 8 2 hours ago
  • “Dogs do speak to us, you just need to know how to listen”
  • “Dogs do speak to us, you just need to know how to listen”
  • 23 3 2 hours ago
  • "Mushu how did you even do that?" I exclaimed looking at the backpack that was now on the ground. Even with all three straps buckled he had gotten it off. He looked at me and I swear he smiled then did a full body shake.
That boy did not love having a backpack even though all it held was some dog food and a water bottle. Definitely something we will be working on before next backpacking season. The nice thing is, I have two dogs so they get to switch off carrying it.
  • "Mushu how did you even do that?" I exclaimed looking at the backpack that was now on the ground. Even with all three straps buckled he had gotten it off. He looked at me and I swear he smiled then did a full body shake.
    That boy did not love having a backpack even though all it held was some dog food and a water bottle. Definitely something we will be working on before next backpacking season. The nice thing is, I have two dogs so they get to switch off carrying it.
  • 26 2 2 hours ago
  • This is an image I’ve wanted to create for a long time. I woke up at 5 AM, drove 45 minutes from our hotel in Hurricane, and hiked about 20 minutes in the dark to get to the Canyon Overlook. I was worried it would be a bust as I was totally reliant on other people to illuminate the road. When I reached the top I knew I had a limited amount of time before light from the rising sun would drown out the lights from the vehicles. Fortunately, there was one five minute shot where multiple cars perfectly lit up the drive. EXIF: 20 mm, ISO 200, f/13, 311 seconds. .
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This is a composite image. The sky was borrowed from a shot I took at another time and place. The sky was absolutely bland the morning I was in Zion, unfortunately.
  • This is an image I’ve wanted to create for a long time. I woke up at 5 AM, drove 45 minutes from our hotel in Hurricane, and hiked about 20 minutes in the dark to get to the Canyon Overlook. I was worried it would be a bust as I was totally reliant on other people to illuminate the road. When I reached the top I knew I had a limited amount of time before light from the rising sun would drown out the lights from the vehicles. Fortunately, there was one five minute shot where multiple cars perfectly lit up the drive. EXIF: 20 mm, ISO 200, f/13, 311 seconds. .
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    This is a composite image. The sky was borrowed from a shot I took at another time and place. The sky was absolutely bland the morning I was in Zion, unfortunately.
  • 418 18 2 hours ago
  • Brother and sister love😂❤️ Please follow me: -@thegoat_family
  • Brother and sister love😂❤️ Please follow me: -@thegoat_family
  • 29 1 2 hours ago
  • I'm not typically scared to try new things. But there are times I just pretend I'm not scared. Today I'm doing a little pretending. But also, feeling really good about this new opportunity! #adulting
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📷: @lrchandllr
  • I'm not typically scared to try new things. But there are times I just pretend I'm not scared. Today I'm doing a little pretending. But also, feeling really good about this new opportunity! #adulting
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    📷: @lrchandllr
  • 287 10 2 hours ago
  • Winter with a view ☃️💯📸
  • Winter with a view ☃️💯📸
  • 87 6 3 hours ago