A way of life. October rides to deer camp. #outwest
Now that things have slowed down for the fall, the ranch horses are turned out on stock pile pasture. Although the grass is brown, it still retains nutritional value and all the horses do really well on it. We have a few older ones that we keep an eye on to ensure they're maintaining good body condition.
I was home from school last weekend and took the opportunity to walk through the herd, looking for signs of weight loss, sickness, injury, or lameness. Fortunately, everybody looked good! Especially George (first picture). He is one tough little dude who is happy in every situation... I could learn a thing or two from him! #ranchhorses #fall #hardworkers #vacation #outwest
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Probably one of my favorite things I learned this summer: lead climbing and multi-pitch. Totally clear the mind, where nothing else matters except finding your next move and clipping in that quick draw.
•Into the wilderness I go to lose my mind and find my soul•
While in Utah, we Airbnb’d in a 1970s Airstream. This was our sunset view. Not only did this make the trip seem a little bit more unique rather than going to a fancy hotel in Springdale, but it also made it much more memorable. On the Air Dream Utah website it says “we travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us.” Seeing a sky full of stars and the sun rise over the canyons was the cherry on top to an amazing mini vacation.
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A fun sweet 16 session I did a few weeks ago. We all had a great time. You couldn’t have asked for a better day.
Loved this little church hidden in Sedona—very simple yet beautiful. Some of my favorite travel moments happened in churches. I love to see the different styles and different things they emphasize. This one is very small, but also very elegant inside—filled with paintings and decorations. Humble exterior, lovely interior. Lots of ground was covered today, more beautiful sights coming soon.
Wishing I was walking through the woods in Montana again