I’ve honestly ran out of anything witty to say at the moment so by default, this is the caption
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I’ve been thinking a lot lately about what social media is all about... and the way it can either help or harm. That being said... I would love for you all to describe me/my page in less than five words in the comments! What do you think? 📸: @amytripplephotography
10 minutes ago27
Awesome place to stop and make breakfast and coffee... I wish this could be a part of my normal morning routine ☕️
17 minutes ago132
~ 🅀🅄🄸🅇_🄿🄸🅇 - 🄽🄾. 036 ~
20 minutes ago111
Javelinas soaking up each other’s awesomeness 💛
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"Love you like a sister / Always / Soul sister / Blood sister" -Bikini Kill, Rebel Girl
I had a conversation with a fellow hiker a few weeks ago about how competitive women in our community are (or really, just in general). We're always trying to climb bigger mountains. Hike more miles. Host the best events. Etc. Etc. Etc. And while friendly competition is never a bad thing, it seems to me like the type of competition we see most often is the type that stems from our own insecurities. We're here to build each other up and encourage one another. Challenge yourself. Compete against your own goals. Let's be those rebel women who refuse to conform to the world's view of what women in groups are like. Let's leave the drama, competition and the cattiness at the door. Who's with me?
Walking the creek that cuts along the hoodoos of @brycecanyonnps the air is frigid but our hearts are warm. Sometimes the excitement trumps the elements until you can’t feel your fingers and put your glove back on. First world photography problems, nonetheless grateful and hope you all have an incredible midweek wherever you are. In the city or out on the trail, Carpe Diem!!!!!
2 hours ago1309
New year. New company. Same Vision: Introducing people of All abilities to The Great Outdoors. The Byond.
Appreciate the people who warm your spirits and make you smile.
4 hours ago1081
🇬🇧 Stupa of Swayambudnath in Kathmandu, 3rd century BC. Stupa stands on a high mountain. To reach it you need over overcome 365 steps, according to the number of days in a year. Nepal
Ступа Сваямбуднатх в Катманду, 3 век до нашей эры. 🇷🇺 Ступа стоит на высокой горе. Чтобы подняться на нее, над преодолеть 365 ступеней, по числу дней в году. Непал