As I pick up the pieces of my life in Atlanta, I'm slowly appreciating the small things as I pack them into my luggage:
The early morning smell of coffee followed by the loud and anxious scratching of 12 paws from the three large whining dogs rushing to the door to use the bathroom.
Waking up well before the crows, triple checking the gear list and rushing out the door with our hiking boots and leashes. Singing and talking while driving into the forest of greenery. Lugging ourselves through the stead hills. Cozily listening to the crack of the fire as the sun sets.
The cold Autumn breeze on my skin, and a little wet patch on my back after a long day of cycling around the city streets. Days filled with Cafe's, smiling faces on the belt line, beers with friends. Sometimes grooving down the block in the local basement club.
Slowly I pack in these small experiences like Tetris pieces along side the neatly folded friendships that I can't wait to unpack when I get to the other side, wherever that might be.
The friendships that have pushed me out of my Comfort Zone more times than I can count. The people who inspire me to be more creative in life and in living. The ones who slow down so I can catch up or pushing harder so we can summit together. Friendships that I'll always make room for in my luggage, no matter how far I go.
Nous voilà parties pour la route des 7 lacs. Location de voiture faite, lets go for 3 days!
Nous camperons dans la voiture cela nous économisera les frais de logement! Verdict : 2 bonnes nuits mais un pti réveil un peu brutal par la police en pleine nuit pour qu'on "bouge nos culs de là"! 😅
De Barriloche par San Martin de los Andes puis petit détour à El Bolson pour voir "El Bosque Tallado", une ancienne forêt dévastée par un incendie qui se tranforme en monde imaginaire grâce à quelques artistes qui viennent sculpter les troncs morts. Unique au monde!
Le reste... que dire... vous trouverez les adjectifs 😉
Lets start for the road of 7 lakes.
Car rented, lets go for 3 days!
We will camp in the car it will be better for our "night budget".
Conclusion : 2 nights pretty good except the police who woke up at the middle of the night asking us to "move our ass of here"! From Barriloche to San Martin de los Andes and stop at El Bolson to see "El Bosque Tallado", an old forest burned by a fire and transform in an fairytale world thanks to some artists who sculpt dead trees trunks. Unique in the world!
For the rest... what to say... you will be able to find other adjective 😉 ❤
On the long weekend we got up early to watch the sunrise from Gonzales Hill. We brought a blanket and some tea and watched the sky get brighter. Sadly it was pretty misty so we didn’t get a dramatic sky, but you still can’t beat that view 🌅