My first experience in a slot canyon. Couldn’t get over how the walls wave and twist around in the strangest ways.
One of the hardest things about teaching, for me, is having the kids move on to another grade. We build such a family environment in there and starting over with another group is tough. Building a good culture takes SO MUCH WORK! Anyways,
I keep it real with them, I told them that I asked to go up and teach 5th grade with them, but my request was denied. They were disappointed but understood that it’s how things work. Most importantly, they knew that I’m down for them more than they realize.
We still have a couple months left, so there’s still a lotta business to take care of and finish strong 💪🏼
A quick one, but maaaaan I cant wait to make more of these! This is from Hope Valley last Sunday morning around 4am in the freezing ass cold! So much fun!
boom! Im ready for more! Hahaha
It’s hard to put into perspective how massive the Sierras are. Even when standing in the face of them it doesn’t really make sense... something I’ve grown to like about the natural world.
Just before sunrise in the valley, a combination of low hanging fog and a near by controlled burn filled the meadow during a short hike.
Frozen needles // Mount Thomas, CA
Don’t waste sunsets with people who will be gone by sunrise. That’s why I chase them with @firnmanary
I can't beelieve this place.
Spent a few days on the road driving along the Sierras and into Death Valley to see some spots I’ve been wanting to see for a while now. There’s something so calming about the smooth shape of the sand dunes, especially after sunset when the wind died down.
It's getting to that time of the year! Time for some more adventures in the mountains! This is an old shot from Sacajawea peak during the summer months. Such an amazing sunset to spend on the mountain tops with the goats. How many can you spot? There's quite a few, and even more hidden in the distance. Can't wait for more days like these!
Need warmer weather. Need backpacking.
Quail face pt. 1 || Homewood, California
It was pretty... but I’m happy it’s gone.
Wunderschöne Bergwelten direkt vor der Nase, traumhaft klare Luft und nichts, worüber man sich Sorgen machen muss – so war unser Kurzurlaub im Kinderhotel Oberjoch im Allgäu. Für Wanderer und Spaziergänger gibt es in der Haupt- und Nebensaison jede Menge schöne Landschaften zu erkunden. Wir haben ein paar Tage voller Ruhe und Erholung genossen. Unsere besten Tipps für tolle Spaziergänge und alle Infos zum schönen Hotel findet ihr auf meinem Blog.