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Worth the detour
There was definitely a point where I thought this year would be one I’d want to forget. It feels pretty good to be sitting here tonight knowing it’s one I’ll want to remember forever. Thank you to all the places and faces who made it one of the best ones yet 🍻. #exceptthatguywiththevisorinmoab #feelgoodlost #staystray at Somewhere Out There
File under: things getting me through the week.
Cloud Splitter at High Peaks Wilderness Area
Forever Wild. at Adirondack Mountains
Today has been pretty bearable.
Counting the days till I get to chase these little guys again. at Shenandoah National Park
It wasn’t as easy to get there as I thought it would be. It didn’t look the way I thought it would look, and it didn’t feel anything like the way I expected it to feel. If it had though, I doubt I’d still be dreaming about it now. at The Sonoran Desert
Every time I close my eyes. at New Mexico
Time to run. #staystray #feelgoodlost at Utah
Happy Mother’s Day to the best one out there! Thanks for everything you do, and for teaching me to enjoy the ride.
I think I could spend a lifetime exploring these canyons- and maybe come back for one or two more. at Moab, Utah
In all fairness, it really was a strange night.
I stopped and struck up a conversation with a guy in a trail in Utah a couple months ago. After learning he was headed for Capitol Reef, I told him to be sure to get out and see the stars there one night. He kind of shrugged and said “Why? There’s nothing interesting up there this time of year.” Right. Nothing at all. at Arches National Park
I learned a lot from my guide as we wound along the trails of Monument Valley. He taught me the names of each plant we passed and explained how the local medicine man continues to use each in the Navajo tradition. He explained, as my horse stopped for the fourth time to chew on the sage brush, that I shouldn’t “let” him do that because it would allow him to establish dominance and then stop listening to me (wrongfully suggesting I had ever had any degree of control over young Sundance in the first place). But when I asked him how the buttes and canyons in this area were formed he stopped his horse and turned in his saddle, looking at me. “Were they formed by freezing and thawing?” I asked. As he began to turn back in his saddle he smiled and said “I like to believe this is how it was created. This is how it has always been.” I’ve always been a fan of science, believing everything has a logical, traceable explanation. Sometimes though, I like to believe we really can have it both ways. #staystray #feelgoodlost at Monument Valley
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