Remembering my first 14er. Obviously I had to build some snowmen on top of Mt. Elbert. Worth the trek and altitude sickness.
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St. Charles hospital will always have a special place in my heart. The care was amazing when I got hit & ran over by the dodge 2500 & 6 months later the care was top notch when we welcomed our son to the world at the same hospital. Life is good, God is great. #stcharles
10 hours ago230
Reminiscing on Mount Wilson’s glorious ridge climb and dreaming of the peaks I will climb this summer 🗺 Who else is already planning their summer adventures out? 🙋🏼♀️
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I'm planning a weekend exploring West Coast beaches. What's your favorite beach that you think is worth stopping for?
Mono Lake is seriously rad. If you're ever in the area, check out the South Tufa Trail.
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Man, am I missing clear warm nights spent outside. I remember this night. I took this from my tent laying down for the night. It was actually surprisingly chilly that night despite my first sentence about warms nights lol. I was all bundled up in my sleeping bag and set up my camera on my gorilla pod right outside my tent. This was my view to fall asleep to. When I see views like this my mind wanders into the idea of how little we are in the universe. The concept of deep space and its infiniteness makes my brain feel like exploding. Anyone else ever get that? It just literally blows my mind. I love it.
1 day ago565
Good ol' California, where you can stand in the surf for an hour in January without a single shiver ☀️
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We haven’t done a #tongueouttuesday for a while, but this one was to funny not to share! 😜
Mountain Monday. Somebody, chop that tree down! Nah, I'm just kidding. I've actually seen people on IG complaining about that one tree at Tunnel View because it blocks their "perfect shot". I'm kinda worried someone might actually chop it down. Like, that's the level of faith I have in some of the IGers out there.
Hey, I gotta tell you something. I love Montana. And my overstuffed pack is full of affection for this place and all the people in it. 🎒☀️💕❄️🏔
2 days ago462
El Matador Beach, you're a stunner. At 3 pm I decided to go to the beach to shoot sunset photos. The kicker is I live 1 3/4 hours from this beach and sunset was in 2 hours. I got to the beach at 4:58, with sunset happening at 5:09. I rushed down (forgetting my tripod in the rush) and took advantage of the beautiful light that was still lingering. It was a lot of driving for a short shoot, but I have no regrets about getting to see this view, even if only for a few minutes.
2 days ago4127
Best little adventurer💚🐶
3 days ago345
The Oregon coast was unseasonably warm and clear this weekend. To have a clear night in January is something of a miracle. (you may need to turn up the brightness on your screen) #wandermore#benomadic
3 days ago645
Non stop adventures with these 3 girls.
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The stoke is high on this one!
Getting down to the beach was a bit of a climb, but it was worth it! A lot of people probably thought that if the little dog could make it down they could too, but they didn’t know we could help her down steep parts with the help of her harness from @ruffwear !
3 days ago23242
Finally found winter yesterday ❄️⛷
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In need of a hike up cerro alto soon, who’s down??