"Everything in nature invites us constantly to be what we are. We are often like rivers: careless and forceful timid and dangerous lucid and muddied eddying gleaming still." - #GretelEhrlich // I just started reading Gretel's "The Solace of Open Spaces." Has anyone else read it? I happened upon it by accident and I'm so glad I did.
"We go so we can come back." // Once again I find myself feeling refueled by the movement travel provides. The California coastline and the mountains are what I needed. Tomorrow I'm picking up @peetmarsh in Vegas to make this trip even better because when you are doing what you love the most with someone you love the most everything comes full-circle.
Don't be a prick. Especially to yourself. #cactuspuns | #chaseyourmoment : @erinoutdoors
Dearly beloved We are gathered here today. To get through this thing called LIFE. RIP Prince.
Can't wait to be back at it again with the white stuff. #damndaniel : July 2014 / @goose._
Happiness is within you not in what surrounds you.
Our civilization is modifying the atmosphere depleting the oceans consuming reserves of groundwater and contributing to species extinction. If our planet is a balanced system how till these changes affect that system? Most people naturally assume our planets present state as normal and trust that it will always go on. We toy with [the Earth] at our peril. - Peter Ward / Dan Brownlee This sentiment I can't only whine on social media about how idiotic humans are to the Earth a love for…
Wake me up before you glow glow.
A random man I met on the side of the road while taking photos asked me if he could take my picture and now I've got that memory and this photo to remind me. Traveling companions are great but there's magic and openness in solitude and always a community waiting to welcome you.