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This photo wasn’t edited, the light at late morning up at this elevation was hazy. It appears that I’m staring into nothingness— the abyss. It’s a trick of the light & having the camera overexpose the background. But it’s my favorite shot from the day. How badly I want to sleep in that lookout cabin! #chaseyouradventure
Hiked to the Devils Head fire lookout today. It was kind of hazy from all the wild fires right now, but the views were still amazing. #DevilsHead #firelookout #pikenationalforest #colorado #colorfulcolorado #explore #getoutside #earthpix #picoftheday #shotoftheday #lightroom #outtherecolorado #wildandco
"She gazed into the milky sky and imagines she's far away - somewhere between yesterday and the things that will never be."🔥🌲 #explorebc #northernbc #southside #hellobc #firelookout #sunset
Seventh in the series of photos submitted to the Washington State Fair this year: “Milky Way over Mount Fremont,” August 2016. #thelightisall #milkyway #starrynight #mountrainier #tahoma #mounttahoma #mttahoma #mountfremont #mountfremontlookout #mtfremont #mtfremontlookout #nightphotography #starphotography #firelookout @mountrainiernps
Here's some more pictures from the hike to Devils Head Fire Lookout. I can't recommend this hike enough. It's not that hard at just over three miles and 1000 foot elevation gain, and can easily be done in the morning in a few hours. Tala (2nd picture) did really well with the stairs up until the last 20 or so steps. I think that's when she finally looked down and became afraid of how high she was. After some encouraging she soldiered on to the top. Note - the final picture of the partial shot of the stairs was not taken by me. I included it to give some context of the climb 86 year old Billy Ellis takes every morning to his lookout position. #coloradolife #devilshead #hikingdog #adventurethatislife #hiking #exploremore #colorado #billyellis #adventure #liveyourbestlife #firelookout #pikenationalforest
Tolmie Peak Fire Lookout has one of the best panoramic views of Mount Rainier National Park. The historic lookout was built in 1933 and used by firewatchers to spot smoke and lightning strikes and report them by telephone. That must be a LONG telephone cable. How people lived without pagers.. Shocking. ---------- Один из лучших панорамных видов на Национальный Парк Рейнир. Эта историческая пожарная башня была построена в 1933 году нашей эры и использовалась для визуального определения очагов возгораний и ударов молний на огромной территории, информация о которых передавалась по телефону. Телефон этот не был спутниковым, так как спутниковые телефоны без спутников работали очень плохо. Похоже с кабелем у ребят проблем в то время не было.. ---------- #rainier #mtrainier #mountrainier #tolmiepeak #firelookout #panoramic #mountrainiernationalpark #panoramicview #mountains #mountainhiking #hike #hiking #hikingmountains #hikingadventures #pnw #pnwlife #pnwsunset #pnwhiking #pnwonderland #pnwphotographer #landscape #landscapephotography #landscapephotographer #travelphotography #naturebeauty #naturephotography #outdoors #outdoorphotography
I finally spent the night in a fire lookout. It was extremely authentic as we were blanketed in smoke the entire time. If I had a bucket list I'm sure I would be checking something off. #montana #firelookout #smokefordays
Whoever said the small things don’t matter has never seen a match start a wildfire🔥 -B.T. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Just finished up a long but epic weekend adventure in beautiful Washington State. We crushed through 5 incredible hikes, this being the last and my favorite of them all ❤️. Looking out at Mt. Rainier glimmering fiery orange from the glow of the sunset was an incredible award to a 14 mile day 💪🏽. . . . I worried we wouldn’t see much of a view due the the extensive smog from the wild fires here. Luckily, the sun burnt off the haze and painted the leftovers pastel shades of pink, orange, and purple 🌄. . . . The fires have been pretty bad out here lately, covering the mountains and city skyline in thick layers of hazy smoke. There’s been a documented 939 wildfires this year alone, burning more than 34,000 acres of land. The air quality in Seattle has reached a level worse than that of Beijing 😰. . . . Luckily we can help by being aware of fire prevention laws and abiding by fire bans when camping 🙅🏽‍♀️🔥. We can also donate to National Park’s to help fund prevention and clean up projects. We only get one Earth and she’s way too important and beautiful to lose! 🌎 . . . Hike 22/52: Tolmie Peak Fire Lookout Trail 🏃🏽‍♀️Distance: 6 miles RT 🔝Max Elevation: 5,940 FT ⏱Time: 2.5-3 hours Thanks @thegirlwhohikesinpearls for an amazing adventure weekend ❤️. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #firelookout #washingtonstate #pnwwonderland #pnwcollective #pnw #hikemoreworryless #bwildandfree #feeltheburn #pnwisbeautiful
2015 #tornado damage along side the start of the trail. Crazy! Hike 31/52 & 97/100: Hiked the Historical Devil's Head trail to the Fire Outlook Station at 9,748 ft elevation in Pikes National forest. This is a very highly used trail, however the history is interesting and the views from the fire station were spectacular! Pictures will not do it justice. This is the only fire lookout in Colorado that is staffed by the National Forest Service thus giving it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. You gain 950 ft in elevation in just over a mile, and end the hike with a 143 step stair climb to the fire lookout. The lookout was manned by a national park ranger doing his job, he stops to talk to visitors and give you a little souvenir for visiting. This was a really cool spot to hike, and everyone had their littles with them too. Its a big climb up, but the mileage is short. A highly recommended place to visit at list once! #devilshead #firelookout #devilsheadlookout #devilsheadfirelookout #pikenationalforest #nationalforest #colorado #hikecolorado #hike #hike31 #hike97 #womenwhohikecolorado #womenwhohike #hikerbabes #journeyto100 #optoutside #sundayfunday #nationalregisterofhistoricplaces
#thatviewthough Hike 31/52 & 97/100: Hiked the Historical Devil's Head trail to the Fire Outlook Station at 9,748 ft elevation in Pikes National forest. This is a very highly used trail, however the history is interesting and the views from the fire station were spectacular! Pictures will not do it justice. This is the only fire lookout in Colorado that is staffed by the National Forest Service thus giving it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. You gain 950 ft in elevation in just over a mile, and end the hike with a 143 step stair climb to the fire lookout. The lookout was manned by a national park ranger doing his job, he stops to talk to visitors and give you a little souvenir for visiting. This was a really cool spot to hike, and everyone had their littles with them too. Its a big climb up, but the mileage is short. A highly recommended place to visit at list once! #devilshead #firelookout #devilsheadlookout #devilsheadfirelookout #pikenationalforest #nationalforest #colorado #hikecolorado #hike #hike31 #hike97 #womenwhohikecolorado #womenwhohike #hikerbabes #journeyto100 #optoutside #sundayfunday #nationalregisterofhistoricplaces
Hike 31/52 & 97/100: Hiked the Historical Devil's Head trail to the Fire Outlook Station at 9,748 ft elevation in Pikes National forest. This is a very highly used trail, however the history is interesting and the views from the fire station were spectacular! Pictures will not do it justice. This is the only fire lookout in Colorado that is staffed by the National Forest Service thus giving it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. You gain 950 ft in elevation in just over a mile, and end the hike with a 143 step stair climb to the fire lookout. The lookout was manned by a national park ranger doing his job, he stops to talk to visitors and give you a little souvenir for visiting. This was a really cool spot to hike, and everyone had their littles with them too. Its a big climb up, but the mileage is short. A highly recommended place to visit at list once! #devilshead #firelookout #devilsheadlookout #devilsheadfirelookout #pikenationalforest #nationalforest #colorado #hikecolorado #hike #hike31 #hike97 #womenwhohikecolorado #womenwhohike #hikerbabes #journeyto100 #optoutside #sundayfunday #nationalregisterofhistoricplaces
Hike 31/52 & 97/100: Hiked the Historical Devil's Head trail to the Fire Outlook Station at 9,748 ft elevation in Pikes National forest. This is a very highly used trail, however the history is interesting and the views from the fire station were spectacular! Pictures will not do it justice. This is the only fire lookout in Colorado that is staffed by the National Forest Service thus giving it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. You gain 950 ft in elevation in just over a mile, and end the hike with a 143 step stair climb to the fire lookout. The lookout was manned by a national park ranger doing his job, he stops to talk to visitors and give you a little souvenir for visiting. This was a really cool spot to hike, and everyone had their littles with them too. Its a big climb up, but the mileage is short. A highly recommended place to visit at list once! #devilshead #firelookout #devilsheadlookout #devilsheadfirelookout #pikenationalforest #nationalforest #colorado #hikecolorado #hike #hike31 #hike97 #womenwhohikecolorado #womenwhohike #hikerbabes #journeyto100 #optoutside #sundayfunday #nationalregisterofhistoricplaces
These stairs are steep! Hike 31/52 & 97/100: Hiked the Historical Devil's Head trail to the Fire Outlook Station at 9,748 ft elevation in Pikes National forest. This is a very highly used trail, however the history is interesting and the views from the fire station were spectacular! Pictures will not do it justice. This is the only fire lookout in Colorado that is staffed by the National Forest Service thus giving it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. You gain 950 ft in elevation in just over a mile, and end the hike with a 143 step stair climb to the fire lookout. The lookout was manned by a national park ranger doing his job, he stops to talk to visitors and give you a little souvenir for visiting. This was a really cool spot to hike, and everyone had their littles with them too. Its a big climb up, but the mileage is short. A highly recommended place to visit at list once! #devilshead #firelookout #devilsheadlookout #devilsheadfirelookout #pikenationalforest #nationalforest #colorado #hikecolorado #hike #hike31 #hike97 #womenwhohikecolorado #womenwhohike #hikerbabes #journeyto100 #optoutside #sundayfunday #nationalregisterofhistoricplaces
#thatviewthough Hike 31/52 & 97/100: Hiked the Historical Devil's Head trail to the Fire Outlook Station at 9,748 ft elevation in Pikes National forest. This is a very highly used trail, however the history is interesting and the views from the fire station were spectacular! Pictures will not do it justice. This is the only fire lookout in Colorado that is staffed by the National Forest Service thus giving it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. You gain 950 ft in elevation in just over a mile, and end the hike with a 143 step stair climb to the fire lookout. The lookout was manned by a national park ranger doing his job, he stops to talk to visitors and give you a little souvenir for visiting. This was a really cool spot to hike, and everyone had their littles with them too. Its a big climb up, but the mileage is short. A highly recommended place to visit at list once! #devilshead #firelookout #devilsheadlookout #devilsheadfirelookout #pikenationalforest #nationalforest #colorado #hikecolorado #hike #hike31 #hike97 #womenwhohikecolorado #womenwhohike #hikerbabes #journeyto100 #optoutside #sundayfunday #nationalregisterofhistoricplaces
#thatviewthough Hike 31/52 & 97/100: Hiked the Historical Devil's Head trail to the Fire Outlook Station at 9,748 ft elevation in Pikes National forest. This is a very highly used trail, however the history is interesting and the views from the fire station were spectacular! Pictures will not do it justice. This is the only fire lookout in Colorado that is staffed by the National Forest Service thus giving it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. You gain 950 ft in elevation in just over a mile, and end the hike with a 143 step stair climb to the fire lookout. The lookout was manned by a national park ranger doing his job, he stops to talk to visitors and give you a little souvenir for visiting. This was a really cool spot to hike, and everyone had their littles with them too. Its a big climb up, but the mileage is short. A highly recommended place to visit at list once! #devilshead #firelookout #devilsheadlookout #devilsheadfirelookout #pikenationalforest #nationalforest #colorado #hikecolorado #hike #hike31 #hike97 #womenwhohikecolorado #womenwhohike #hikerbabes #journeyto100 #optoutside #sundayfunday #nationalregisterofhistoricplaces
#thatviewthough Hike 31/52 & 97/100: Hiked the Historical Devil's Head trail to the Fire Outlook Station at 9,748 ft elevation in Pikes National forest. This is a very highly used trail, however the history is interesting and the views from the fire station were spectacular! Pictures will not do it justice. This is the only fire lookout in Colorado that is staffed by the National Forest Service thus giving it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. You gain 950 ft in elevation in just over a mile, and end the hike with a 143 step stair climb to the fire lookout. The lookout was manned by a national park ranger doing his job, he stops to talk to visitors and give you a little souvenir for visiting. This was a really cool spot to hike, and everyone had their littles with them too. Its a big climb up, but the mileage is short. A highly recommended place to visit at list once! #devilshead #firelookout #devilsheadlookout #devilsheadfirelookout #pikenationalforest #nationalforest #colorado #hikecolorado #hike #hike31 #hike97 #womenwhohikecolorado #womenwhohike #hikerbabes #journeyto100 #optoutside #sundayfunday #nationalregisterofhistoricplaces
Inside the fire lookout station with the park ranger! Hike 31/52 & 97/100: Hiked the Historical Devil's Head trail to the Fire Outlook Station at 9,748 ft elevation in Pikes National forest. This is a very highly used trail, however the history is interesting and the views from the fire station were spectacular! Pictures will not do it justice. This is the only fire lookout in Colorado that is staffed by the National Forest Service thus giving it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. You gain 950 ft in elevation in just over a mile, and end the hike with a 143 step stair climb to the fire lookout. The lookout was manned by a national park ranger doing his job, he stops to talk to visitors and give you a little souvenir for visiting. This was a really cool spot to hike, and everyone had their littles with them too. Its a big climb up, but the mileage is short. A highly recommended place to visit at list once! #devilshead #firelookout #devilsheadlookout #devilsheadfirelookout #pikenationalforest #nationalforest #colorado #hikecolorado #hike #hike31 #hike97 #womenwhohikecolorado #womenwhohike #hikerbabes #journeyto100 #optoutside #sundayfunday #nationalregisterofhistoricplaces
Hike 31/52 & 97/100: Hiked the Historical Devil's Head trail to the Fire Outlook Station at 9,748 ft elevation in Pikes National forest. This is a very highly used trail, however the history is interesting and the views from the fire station were spectacular! Pictures will not do it justice. This is the only fire lookout in Colorado that is staffed by the National Forest Service thus giving it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. You gain 950 ft in elevation in just over a mile, and end the hike with a 143 step stair climb to the fire lookout. The lookout was manned by a national park ranger doing his job, he stops to talk to visitors and give you a little souvenir for visiting. This was a really cool spot to hike, and everyone had their littles with them too. Its a big climb up, but the mileage is short. A highly recommended place to visit at list once! #devilshead #firelookout #devilsheadlookout #devilsheadfirelookout #pikenationalforest #nationalforest #colorado #hikecolorado #hike #hike31 #hike97 #womenwhohikecolorado #womenwhohike #hikerbabes #journeyto100 #optoutside #sundayfunday #nationalregisterofhistoricplaces
Hike 31/52 & 97/100: Hiked the Historical Devil's Head trail to the Fire Outlook Station at 9,748 ft elevation in Pikes National forest. This is a very highly used trail, however the history is interesting and the views from the fire station were spectacular! Pictures will not do it justice. This is the only fire lookout in Colorado that is staffed by the National Forest Service thus giving it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. You gain 950 ft in elevation in just over a mile, and end the hike with a 143 step stair climb to the fire lookout. The lookout was manned by a national park ranger doing his job, he stops to talk to visitors and give you a little souvenir for visiting. This was a really cool spot to hike, and everyone had their littles with them too. Its a big climb up, but the mileage is short. A highly recommended place to visit at list once! #devilshead #firelookout #devilsheadlookout #devilsheadfirelookout #pikenationalforest #nationalforest #colorado #hikecolorado #hike #hike31 #hike97 #womenwhohikecolorado #womenwhohike #hikerbabes #journeyto100 #optoutside #sundayfunday #nationalregisterofhistoricplaces
Hike 31/52 & 97/100: Hiked the Historical Devil's Head trail to the Fire Outlook Station at 9,748 ft elevation in Pikes National forest. This is a very highly used trail, however the history is interesting and the views from the fire station were spectacular! Pictures will not do it justice. This is the only fire lookout in Colorado that is staffed by the National Forest Service thus giving it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places. You gain 950 ft in elevation in just over a mile, and end the hike with a 143 step stair climb to the fire lookout. The lookout was manned by a national park ranger doing his job, he stops to talk to visitors and give you a little souvenir for visiting. This was a really cool spot to hike, and everyone had their littles with them too. Its a big climb up, but the mileage is short. A highly recommended place to visit at list once! #devilshead #firelookout #devilsheadlookout #devilsheadfirelookout #pikenationalforest #nationalforest #colorado #hikecolorado #hike #hike31 #hike97 #womenwhohikecolorado #womenwhohike #hikerbabes #journeyto100 #optoutside #sundayfunday #nationalregisterofhistoricplaces
After two weeks & three days post eye surgery we made it back on two trials😊 However there was a lot of smoke from all the fires. Still worth it! 39/52
... until the rivers run dry and the mountains blow in the wind like leaves ⛰ #firelookout #aussiesofinstagram #frontrange
Marley gets called a lot of things on the trail by fellow hikers. Today it was “adventure dog” and “war beast”, which I think are both very fitting 🐶❤️. . . . . #pnw #marleythedog #marley #dogswhohike #lookout #firelookout #lookouthike #centralcascades #northwestisbest #upperleft #shihpoo #shihpoosofinstagram #shihpoosofig #marleyslookout #mtd #mtdthemvp #nealshikeamonth #adventuredog #adventurepup
Life can be amazing, and you can be blessed a thousand different ways, but you can still feel off, stressed, upset, and unhappy. I’ve been listening to a lot of Dr. Caroline Leaf lately, who is a powerhouse on the reality of thought and how it has the power to completely change our mental, physical, and behavioral reality. (if you haven’t heard her before, you have to check her out.) “Thoughts are real, physical things that occupy mental real estate. Moment by moment, every day, you are changing the structure of your brain through your thinking. When we hope, it is an activity of the mind that changes the structure of our brain in a positive and normal direction... Our mind is designed to control the body, of which the brain is a part, not the other way around. “ I’ve learned that even during the most incredible times of my life, I have to sit, I have to remind myself how good it all is, I have to write out my blessings, I have to say out loud “I am so thankful.” It’s so easy to follow emotions instead of creating them, waiting for circumstances or life changes to bring us the feelings we want, instead of re-creating our thoughts and mindset to have joy right now. This actually should bring hope, that we don’t have to wait for something, somewhere to change us, or bring us joy, excitement, peace; but we have been built and designed to create it ourselves.
Well, I had an entire spiel written out, and then Instagram crashed on me. I will attempt to reiterate what I had said. It was refreshing and fun to have a visitor who snapped pictures of me the past few days, rather than just the other way around. I’ve always had an affinity toward documenting my environment, and over the years have taken tens of thousands of photographs of the people and world around me. Admittedly, I have resorted to using my phone camera for a few years now. But for nearly a decade, I carried my DSLR with me absolutely everywhere. My friends dubbed my camera as my third arm, as I documented our friendships, experiences, and growth through our middle school, high school, and college years. While at times, my subjects would be somewhat reluctant to be photographed, down the road, they would always thank me for taking the pictures or videos that I did. I am accustomed to photographing, not being photographed, and while I do set up and take self portraits pretty regularly, there is an unmistakable charm attached to a photo taken by someone else. My mom is the one who took nearly all of the photographs of my childhood and family on an old film camera. She was almost always the one behind the camera, and in turn, there are limited pictures of her. To say the least, I am appreciative for the rare pictures that somebody else captures of me. My first go at this caption was far more captivating, but I’m okay with that. I’m getting better at taking a deep breath and moving forward. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #thoughts #morning #goodmorning #fireseason #firelookout #summer #smoky #sunset #bed #happy #grateful #gratitude #positivevibes #goodvibes #positivethinking #manifest #manifestation #mountains #adventure #wilderness #middleofnowhere #natural #allnatural #cute #beautiful #girlswithdreads #dreadhead #dreadlocks #freespirit #photography
Hiked to a fire look out during the worst fire season I’ve ever witnessed, ironically it was there that I saw the first bit of blue sky I’ve seen in weeks. @montanarado captured proof of hound and I chilling at the summit after burning our lungs out on a speedy approach. Could use some self improvement of hiking #speedcontrol I guess. 🤷🏻‍♀️ #rhodesianridgeback #iflmdog #rufflife #firelookout #sunmitstoke #exploretocreate #hikingwithdogs #cabinfolk
Smokey air don’t care 🤷🏼‍♀️
Life is as beautiful as you make it ❤️
It’s one of the easiest Lookouts to get to but is one of the last ones I’ve managed to visit... Strawberry Peak Fire Lookout is number 5 out of the 7 in San Bernardino National Forest 🌲 Always a fun time talking to hosts in other lookouts! #strawberrypeakfirelookout #strawberrypeak #firelookout #firewatch #usforestservice #volunteer #fire #wildland #forestfires #smokeybear #nature #wildlife #wilderness #mountains #camping #hiking #explore #adventure #wonder #arrowhead #crestline #bigbear
So far, the toughest part about being a fire lookout for me has been watching my visitors leave. Sure, I am still in contact with friends and family over the phone, video chat, and social media, but there is a kind of intimacy you can’t experience through those avenues. I find great pleasure in sharing my journey with you all, as well as having an abundance of alone time. But when I do have a visitor, I am reminded of the kind of human contact I may not realize day to day that I miss as much as I do. Wrapping our arms around each other in greeting, a comforting embrace, a little extra squeeze before releasing and meeting eyes again, always with a big smile. I find myself maybe holding a little longer, a little tighter, than a typical hello back in the city. Sharing laughter, making eye contact, swapping smiles, eating together, walking together. All of these simple acts feel more important, more meaningful. And when we say our goodbyes, I find myself reluctant to let go, and a sinking feeling sets in. But now I’m sitting in front of the wood stove, watching the dancing flames and listening to the crackle. My dogs will sleep on me tonight, and give me kisses in the morning. I’ll get back into my daily routine in my little home on top of the hill, and the world will keep on turning. I am grateful for so many things in this beautiful life. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #solitude #fireseason #firelookout #summer #offthegrid #wilderness #middleofnowhere #reflection #thoughts #journal #dreadhead #dreadlocks #natural #allnatural #beauty #glasses #artist #experience #independent #grateful #gratitude #humanconnection #connection #hugs #human #feelings #positivevibes #goodvibes #girlswithdreads
The smoke is terrible. Only you can prevent forest fires. #kellybutte #pnwhiking #forestfire #firelookout
My first time hiking to a fire lookout! Can you imagine spending your whole summer here just looking over the peaks, valleys, and meadows? Sign me up please 😅 . . #mtrainiernationalpark #mtrainier #hiking #pnw #cascadiaexplored #mountfremontlookout #firelookout #summer #familyhike #familyday #pnwhiking
A snap of the hike up to the fire lookout before the ride down. Amazing views despite the forest fire smoke. . . . . #forestfire #smoke #beautifulBC #revy #revelstoke #hiking #biking #mtcartier #mountains #neature #firelookout #scramble #travelbc
This hike kicked my butt—1560 feet gained in 2.2 miles. The view though...you get to say hello to Three-Fingered Jack, Mt. Jefferson, Mt. Hood, Mt. Adams, Hayrick Butte, Broken Top, South Sister, North Sister, Mt. Washington and Belknap Crater. . This here is the Black Butte Cupola Fire Loookout, built in 1924 and used until 1979. . . . #nwfirelookouts #cupola #firelookout #blackbuttetrail #canon #canonphotography #getoutside #pnwonderland #discoveroregon #oregondiscovered #optoutside #hiking #hikingadventures #upperleftusa #bestofbend #traveloregon #outdoorliving #bestoforegon #oregonlife #exploremore #explore #roamtheplanet #pnw #thatpnwlife
What weekends are made for #hiking #firelookout #sierranevada
Hiked to a lookout up near Indian Heaven wilderness in Washington. They've been working on fixing this one up, allegedly with the intent of getting it on the rental program. That said, some jerk smashed out the door last year, so the thing is all boarded up now. Dunno if that affected the plans or not, but at least it's more or less whole again. Mt Hood is in the background somewhere in all that smoke/haze. . . . #washington #lookout #firelookout #mthood #dayhike #smoke #wildfiresmoke
Live the full life of the mind, exhilarated by new ideas, intoxicated by the romance of the unusual//Ernest Hemingway
With all the forest fire smoke blanketing the province these days it’s hard not to think about when we had cold clean air like the day we hiked Eagle Pass Mountain! Despite the fact we had snow, sleet, rain and some sun it was amazing breathing in that clean incredible alpine air!! Can’t wait for the smoke to clear out so we can enjoy our mountains once more!!! • • • • • • • • #hike_bc #hellobc #ilovebc #firelookout #tourismrevelstoke #beautifulbc #hikebc #revy #neverstopexploring #hikepnw #mustberevelstoke #discoverbc #seerevelstoke #hikerevelstoke #explorebc #explorecanada #revelstoke #kootneyexplorer #explorerevelstoke #kootneys #eaglepass #therealstoke #valhallakingdom #wildnerness #brmblife #shuswaptrailalliance #kootrocks #exploremag #sharecangeo #wildernessculture
We’ll see you again soon, sweet thing. #sandmountain #firelookout #oregon
" a wiser fella once said, sometimes you eat the bar, & sometimes, well,...the bar, it eats you...." " is that some kinda eastern thing, man?" #fuckitdudeletsgobowling #thedudeabides #rattlesnakefire #firelookout #evacuate Pollock LO 💚Price Valley Rapellers
Towering high on Tower Mountain, this Lookout is actively manned by Rick, who took us through his day and procedure for reporting fires. #firelookout #superhighup #adventure #video
Painting this lookout was so fun! I started with the ink, no pencil first. It was a little scary, but it freed me to play and make mistakes since perfection wasn’t an option. The haze from the fires made everything shades of blue. I could have layered colors endlessly. Should I make this one a print or sticker?
I’m going to miss this fire lookout! Thanks for the incredible birthday present @jeepsinger
Parked at the base of the Delilah Fire 🔥 lookout. Can’t beat the view from the top! @photocon7
“There is nothing prettier in the whole wide world as a girl in love with every breath she takes.” - Atticus . . . I have had the most incredible 24 hours. I spent the morning hiking with my oldest daughter and friends and then I did an amazing sunset hike! Now I’m off on another adventure 😃
‪We’ll be heading back down to Portland today — which is a bit of a bummer given how clear the visibility is today! It was so strange not being able to see the whole valley. ‬#sandmountain #firelookout #oregon
Fog and wildfire smoke #edgeoftheworld #mindovermountains
Remember how far you've come, not just how far you have to go. You are not where you want to be but neither are you where you used to be. -Rick Warren #hikingdogsofinstagram #firelookout #exploreab #ukee #quoteoftheday
Spinning weather at the weather lookout for structure protection on #cougarcreekfire #fireweather @wildlandfirefighter #wildlandfirefighting @wildlandfire #spinningweather #firelookout
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