Our mornings have been a breath of fresh air. I find myself realizing having less space has us doing more. We see more sunrises and sunsets, more walks along the beach with our dog, new restaurants, and a lot more interactions with all kinds of people from all different walks of life. Mainly, we like waking up to these sunrises the best! #liveaboard #sailboatlife #sailing #sandiego
The best things in life aren’t things. They’re experiences and people and mountains and sunrise photographs to remember them by.
Mountain top luxury accommodation with a view 🏠🗻💕 staying warm at a mere 6521 ft - with our neighbor Mt. Baker keeping us company
I love watching the warmth of a sunrise crest the mountains as it slowly turns the cool blue shadows to gold for that brief but beautiful moment in the early morning.
Coming soon... Follow the crew of Fieldcraft Destination Africa on their adventure to South Africa. This isn’t your typical safari series. The Fieldcraft team explains all the prep work prior to getting on the plane; the hunts, progress of the donated meat through the local community, and the steps needed to get your hunting trophies home.
Can you spot the Flying Circle Gear in the trailer?
@getzone @rjacobherman @gn_funkertactical
*Neelix enters stealth mode*
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Whistler will always be one of my favourite places and how lucky am I to have it be so close to home #yesgowhistler
It's supposed to rain about 100mm between Friday and Saturday, basically as deep as the water @sajeflowerchild
and I are wading through here in the Chilcotins. 📷 @jtiezy
Rainy season is officially upon us - make sure to ask our Service One team for an umbrella so a little rain doesn't stop you from making the most of your stay ☔️💦#PanPacificDifference
TOMORROW IS THE LAST DAY TO APPLY FOR OUR FALL AMBASSADOR TERM!🌲 link in bio
said, “I love being a brand ambassador for Drifting Gypsies because I love what they stand for. Exploring our surroundings and seeing our beautiful earth every chance we get is such a gift and we should feel lucky everyday to be apart of something so beautiful. A lot of the time I lose sight of whats important and my DG gear reminds me to get out there and get lost for a few hours in the woods or the beach and just enjoy it.” 🖤 #driftinggypsies
Never feel bad just because your idea of fun is different from someone else’s. “Fun” means something different for everyone. Whether that’s waking up at 5am and climbing in the cold, projecting one route all day, bushwhacking to an adventurous multipitch, bouldering with a group of friends, getting bloody on a tips crack....whatever floats your boat. If you’re not into something, it doesn’t mean you’re lame, or weak, or lazy, or anything bad. You just have a different idea of fun. And that’s totally ok. We don’t have to all like doing the same things. We are, in fact, all individuals with unique preferences and tastes. So never feel guilt or shame just because you don’t want to do something, and never let anyone make you feel bad or pressured just because their idea of fun is different from yours. “No one can make you feel inferior without your consent” - Eleanor Roosevelt
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The texture of eroding rock always fascinates me. So much geological history and an always changing coastline.
'Sometimes, the only way to ever find yourself is to get completely lost'
to one of my favorite treks to date: A four peak traverse from Mount Glasgow to Banded Peak. Banded Peak is straight ahead, with Outlaw Peak to the right. The traverse is 35km with an elevation gain of approximately 2500m, taking @luft.unlimited
and I a grand total of 21 hours to complete, and all of this was done on 1 hour of sleep the night before 🙃. I definitely pushed my body to the limit that day. To be fair, we estimated about 15 hours round trip; however, we spent too much time at each of the summits. On our descent from Banded Peak, that is when the real fun began, as we still had about 15km to go and the sun was starting to go down... we ended up bushwhacking in the pitch black forest for about 4 hours trying to locate the trail. Needless to say it was one hell of an adventure and I can’t wait I do this one again!
O nome Pão de Açúcar se origina dos pães de açúcar produzidos nos engenhos de cana, principalmente os da Ilha da Madeira. Os blocos de açúcar eram colocados em forma de barro cônica que tinham a semelhança do penhasco carioca, tanto que o morro vizinho se chama Urca, que era o nome dado aos navios holandeses que levavam o açúcar do Brasil para a Europa. Nada como ter uma enorme urca ao lado de um gigantesco pão de açúcar.