Chew toy n’ map study session.
The place you can’t get tired of. 🤘🏾
Been dying to film something
Christmas Time at the Beach 🎅🎄❄️🎁
JMT Day 8 of 19: Over Pinchot and Mather Passes, 17 miles.
Even though we hiked 18 miles the previous day, when we woke up were both felt fine, which was good since we were planning on hiking two passes that day. Pinchot Pass was up first and we made it up without too much trouble. After the pass we hiked down to Lake Marjorie which was our 100 mile mark. We soak our legs a bit and continued hiking down to the South Fork Kings Creek crossing. The Creek was low enough to strategically cross on a few logs and then we rested as we watch a horse train ford the creek. Up next was Mather Pass. For the 3rd day in a row the rain never came, but that meant that the sun hit us hard once we were above tree line. Mather Pass was brutal. It was hot and dry but once we got to the top we were rewarded with a view of the Palisade Pinnacles and Palisade Lakes, where we would be camping for the night. Once we reached the camp site we quickly claimed a spot and then jumped into the lake to cool off.
American Canyon, CA
As if the natural wine country scenery isn't enough, the winery has some fun art decorating the building exteriors. 🍷⭐️
“Beauty attracts the eye but personality captures the heart.” —And my god, this boy’s personality is larger than life, brighter than light, more captivating than sight.
Anybody else fascinated by spaces and buildings. This one is an amazing market in San Francisco that we happened upon while trying to find @bluebottle
in the ferry building.
There’s always at least one thing to be thankful for—- today it’s San Diego about a week away from winter. 😎
This delicious Harbor & Vine cocktail's all limed up and ready to go.
Someday that’ll be me, bustin’ around town in my van 🚐
Not pictured, me trying not to fall over this cliff because of 99mph winds