The very best weekends are those spent laughing, outside, with friends - new and old. So much appreciation for these studs for letting me hang with them this weekend.
Go out into the wilderness alone. Establish your independence. Make memories with yourself.
The potential for self growth is enormous, and pushing through your comfort zone is guaranteed to result in greater self-esteem and resilience.
Your perceptions will become heightened, making you far more aware of your surroundings and experiences while opening yourself up to more chance encounters.
Spending time alone allows for self reflection. Getting used to your own company will alter your perspective on what’s most important to you while offering clarity of mind.
A few moments after we packed the tent at sunrise we hit the trail for another day of hiking only to bump into this beautiful deer. Watching her with her two babies was a very special moment as we got the chance to be super close. I love wildlife, they remind me of what we used to be, simple living things focusing on the essential of what’s needed to actually live. The nature does not need us but we need the nature. Help protect the environment the best you can 🏔 🦌
Reflecting on all that I’m grateful for, all the things I’ve done this year, and all of the things I’m ready to do next year. Hope you all have been reflecting on your life recently and what aspects you want to redefine in the coming year.
Just wanted to say thank you. I’m going to do a giveaway for some framed wildlife prints tomorrow. If that’s something that appeals to you, keep an eye out for a post with all of the details. Talk to you soon. ✌🏻
Another epic sunset after a beautiful day!
Sunset at Lower Green River Lake.
I’m pretty sure these are lenticular clouds... can I get a confirmation?
Just one more cast never actually means just one more cast.