I wish you well my beautiful Earth.
So grateful for this big beautiful earth 🌎
Today, Mount Baden Powell... tomorrow the world! Just kidding. Dog bed, all day.
Happy Earth Day, yall!
Here's something from yesterday. Despite it being called Lazy Mountain, the hike itself was hardly lazy. The trail started out dry, but then eventually it was slushy, muddy, and slippery. ⛰⛰⛰
The view up top was nothing short of spectacular. #butofcourse
I mean ya know, Alaska is like that supermodel that never seems to have a bad angle. You could see the town of Palmer and its surrounding mountains, as if you were standing on the rim of a giant bowl. + the sun sort of came out. #win
The hike down was treacherous. We lost the trail and trudged down the steeper, muddier and uglier but faster way. In retrospect, it probably wasn't THAT bad; maybe it felt worse because my buddy and I were both hangry. 😣
As soon as we were done, we drove straight to a local favorite and had some well-deserved big, fat, juicy burgers and greasy fries. So, the day actually ended perfectly! 🤗
#neverstopexploring #rei1440project #getoutandplay #OptOutside #Palmer #Alaska #impulseadventures #April #spring #EarthDay #hiking
"The Earth is what we all have in common."
Sunset on the San Diego Trans-County Trail | January 2018
—— One month until I start the Pacific Crest Trail. Excited to get back out there!
Spent a good part of earth day either hungover or sleeping. Just embracing 30. This is from Samish Island around earth day last year.
Every day should be Earth Day~ This is a marvelous marble we’re whirling through the galaxy on, and it gives us so much. We need nature not just to survive, but to remember our tinyness and connectedness, in a vast and beautiful world. To lose and find ourselves (and more), in wonder. To keep us not just humble, but human, in all the best ways. And as generous and powerful and frightening and breathtaking as nature is (not unlike ourselves), it only needs one thing from us—protection, because there is so much beauty yet for the making and the finding and the celebrating.
Mother Earth should be celebrated every day! Happy #earthday
Running away from Monday like...
We often forget that we are nature. 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 —Andy Goldsworthy • Earth Day 2018 🌿🌻
today was my last day of school, after taking a double load of classes, before I graduate with my bachelors in 12 days! I’m thankful for this woman for how encouraging she has been towards my schooling since we started dating! Tomorrow we both start summer break and it’s full go in wedding mode! 6️⃣1️⃣ days till i get to call her wife!
This is why i haven’t been posting daily for the past few months, School has occupied a lot of my focus!
Hoping to get out and take more photos now that i have a little extra time!
beautiful Heather Lake today. the weather was just perfect & the views were nothing but breathtaking. pictures clearly don’t to it justice 🏔🌿#happyearthday
Two years ago, the place and project that would set me off on a new journey in life—to leave the world a better place than I found it. Torres Del Paine National Park. Patagonia, Chile with @Adobe
We love that Mother Nature decides to show her sunny self and now it’s making me really excited for all our summer adventures 🙌🏻☀️
Don’t forget to check our camera giveaway going on for a chance to win a Nikon DSLR
Beautiful Things don’t ask for attention.
The Secret Life of Planet Earth 🌏
Caught the last bit of Whistler riding with this rainbow tape candy monster. 🍡🍭🍬. .
And oh the sacrifice
And oh the peace
You stood in my place and set me free - @justinjarvis
Petrichor ( n ) -The smell of earth after the rain.
"The love of wilderness is more than a hunger for what is always beyong reach; it is also an expression of loyalty to the earth, the earth which bore us and sustains us, the only paradise we shall ever know, the only paradise we ever need, if only we had the eyes to see." - Edward Abbey
Say word! Happy Earth Day! 🌎
L2H Day 2: Waking up hours before dawn in order to race the sun. The heat grows stranger as the shadows shrink. I would see my first rattlesnake, feel the relief of taking a dip in a desert creek and the pain of carrying 13 Lbs of water up a steep scree covered slope. As I rose in elevation the starting point of my journey grows smaller and smaller in the distance.
We got up at the crack of dawn to catch the sunrise today and it was soo worth it! Celebrating #EarthDay
watching one of the many great shows it offers 😍🌎
Even dark skies have hope filled stories from time to time. Pay attention to the ordinarily mundane and you may be rewarded with radness on occasion. I hope you all had an excellent weekend // Way Out West
Happy Earth Day! One of my favourite views from my trip to the Rockies a while back. I spent part of the day picking up garbage at Moore Park Ravine. Our efforts resulted in 4 bags of garbage being removed from the park! #margooseontheloose #happyearthday
Did some walking on the earth for Earth Day.
It's kinda late but I figured that I had to post for earth day 🌎. @sashaoncley
and I went up to Satellites today and Sasha found a sick line that we think hasn't been sent by anyone yet. It's a toughy with a short Traverse on microcrimps to an easy(ish) finish. Should be fun!
Monkeying around on Playa Santa Teresa, Costa Rica
Earth Day 🌏
A day to think about how much we love this beautiful planet we get to call home and think about how important it is to take the best care of it that we can.⠀
Little changes, made often, can have big impacts. What we buy and use can determine what is produced. The easiest changes to make are bringing your own reusable mug to the coffee shop, not using plastic straws, using cloth bags at the grocery store and trying to eat less meat. Remember it doesn’t need to be complicated, we just need to start being more mindful every day!
Do you have any ideas for easy changes we can all make to our lives to show a little more love to our home? ❤️🌏
Couldn't think of a better place to celebrate this lovely planet than with this backdrop. Thanks for a great ski season, Washington! Now time to ski volcanos!! #happyearthday #closingday #thatsawrap
Wrapping up ski season with a hike and boat ride around the lake
Whatever is good for your soul, do that 🖤