Yesterday’s ride of the “Whole Enchilada” was some of the toughest riding I’ve done but it did come with equally spectacular views!
“Nature is not something separate from us. So when we say that we have lost our connection to nature, we've lost our connection to ourselves.” 💚 #thinkbigdreambigger
Day at the park in Milwaukee
Climbing Riverside Arete V3.
Morning on the Merced (Yosemite NP)
Praying towards Mecca in the dressing room.
Part of an ongoing series.
Flying for Reds and Sharks. Found fish but couldn’t get a strike. Probably due to my lack of experience but all in all and epic day in low country.
We got a crazy amount of rain yesterday. So much so that there was some pretty serious flooding throughout the county. Rivers were raging and docile streams turned into violent shoots. I realized last night, as I was admiring how cool and powerful nature can be, that I'd been stashing a crash pad underneath a boulder right next to a stream. So close to this stream that I think for sure it got swept away. Haven't gone to check yet but I think chances are pretty high it's gone. RIP little buddy. You treated me well over these past years even though I didn't treat you too well. You were always there to pad my fall even though I would just throw you around in the mud and dirt. Pour a little out tonight for my poor little pad y'all. Paddington, you will be missed -- Photo of Kresten climbing above the sweet sweet protection of my deceased black diamond impact pad.
Send dunes. Deep in Northeastern Brazil, Lencois Maranhenses National Park is all coastal dunes and sweet water lagoons.
My second meeting with the Black Mambas and this time, we’ve swapped the bush for a hospital where one of these amazing ladies has given birth to ‘Bradley’. ❤️👍👏🤸♂️
He must become greater, I must become less. -John 3:30 #HeGreaterThani
2505 West Coast Highway, Newport Beach CA 🌴