She climbed the walls and skyscrapers and freed herself from the chokeholds ... and with palms soiled from her journey she learned that which we must all understand: There is no one woman or man above The City. 🌆 w/ @kxtienicole
All of this traveling has been amazing, but nothing can beat Ibiza’s memories and sunsets. #travelwithvs
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August afternoons on a wild Belize beach.
Here we have 3, 5, 15, 180 and 950 acre parcels of natural Caribbean beach land, with public road access, #forsale .
The world's second largest barrier reef is just a few miles off shore. The airport is less than 2 hours away. Civilization is worlds away.
There are two shots I want from this place before the road closes in October. I want a milky way shot straight down the lake and also one with a coating of fresh snow, looking like a snow globe. Here's a shot from the start of summer.
Went exploring today to find a new trail. Always exciting out running not sure how far you'll go, or if the road you're following goes anywhere. Great run with a good consistent speed over hills and distance. Mostly Cloudy, 13°C, Feels like 13°C, Humidity 64%, Wind 10km/h from NNW #kickingms#runningaddiction#runner#getlost
“Well before the North Cascades became a designated national park, Cascade Pass had been traversed by Native Americans and early fur traders. Back then, the 3.7-mile trail, with well-engineered switchbacks, wasn't as modern, but the views at the top remain the same” says Planet Ware (Brad Lane, 2019)
The North Cascades, often referred to as “the North American Alps” was established as a United States National Park on October 2, 1968 (National Geographic, 2019)
Over 94 percent of the park complex is designated as the Stephen Mather Wilderness (NPS, 2019) lying “at the core of over two million acres of federally designated wilderness, which is one of the largest such areas in the lower 48 states” (NPS, 2019)
This truly wild and mountainous ecosystem is full of rugged beauty, with over 400 miles of hiking trails through thick forest, deep valleys filled with wildflowers, epic, jagged peaks, cascading waterfalls, winding rivers, magical glaciers (over 300) and pristine alpine lakes (over 127)
This national park offers a memorable experience and variety of recreational options for all — with a hiking trail or activity suitable for anyone looking to explore — whether it’s though a relaxing scenic drive, backpacking trip, easy hike, or anything in between
When to hike this incredible area of Washington state? April through October is considered “hiking season” in the North Cascades, but according to the National Park Service, the most popular time to visit is during the summer months of mid-June through September, because that’s when it’s driest, with less rainfall and no winter snowstorms
Nearly 1 million visitors visit North Cascade National Park every year, so please remember to enjoy responsibly to preserve its beauty for future generations. Never approach wildlife and leave no trace
📍North Cascades, Washington
Confession time: I have never listened to a podcast 🙊
I’m not sure why but I just never tried one. Now I’m ready to join this century and give it a shot but I have no idea where to start.
What do you listen to? When do you do it?
These aren’t rhetorical- I need answers. Help ↓