Music in the morning🎵🎶 We wanted to show you guys a different angle of our home! As you can see, the skateboards in the roof work perfectly as hooks for clothing and banana baskets. We tried to install some real hooks from Ikea, but they all fell down haha... So if you are converting a van and want a place for storage, put up some freakin skateboards in the roof! Btw.. thanks
I try to visit this place as much as I can throughout each year. It's fairly close and although it can get crowded with tons of cars at vista points, Big Sur is large enough for you to find your own tranquil space.
1 3224 minutes ago
Supposed to be a storm tomorrow. Should still be a good time 🏕😏
1 1324 minutes ago
These cliffs are exceptionally large. That's all I'm going to say.
Horses carry goods along the Annapurna mountain range in Nepal. In October 2016 I hiked the Annapurna circuit with my father. This photo was taken the day before crossing over the Thorung La Pass at 5416m.
Thorung Phedi - Nepal - 2016
2 1928 minutes ago
First time my mother-in-law and her best friend come to visit Seattle, not only does the mountain come out so clear with blue skies all around, but they also get to see their first bear in the wild!! 🐻🗻 How lucky is that?! #luckoftheirish 🍀
Into the darkness. Two days prior we’d meet Sue and Brian at Ellenbrae Station after scoffing down several serves of superb scones. ‘So how do you manage water out here?’, Sue asked. Ahaaaaa, this could work out well I think to myself. ‘Well we can carry about 2 days worth... and then we prey on unsuspecting travellers heading our way and con them into offering to drop off water down the road for us’,.... Well perhaps I didn’t quite put it that way 🤣. Turned out Sue and Brian were heading our way and the conversation ended with them not only offering to drop three 6L bladders of water at the Kalumburu turn off, but also take a box of excess food from our last caravan drop off (thanks Matt and Jane from Tassie 😉) further down the road to Mt Barnett Roadhouse. An ideal day for us on the ‘difficult section’ of the Gibb (just east of Ellenbrae to the Hann River, which is about 140km), is about 35km. This includes a long morning tea and a siesta in the shade at lunch. So after a late start the day prior (scones again), several falls on loose corrugations, and a flat tyre, we had only made 27 km of our 38km target. Consequently we’d currently reached the 40km mark, still had 7 km remaining, and with a travelling speed of 5-6km/hr due to pretty rough road conditions we were heading into the darkness. Just as the sun was setting a family of Germans stopped for a chat and offered us some donuts. This, coupled with the excitement of a night ride, the cool of the evening and a spectacular sunset seemed to power us on... and we found the water... phewww!
1 2036 minutes ago
No chance with the air circulation inside the walls - but worth the try (in fact it was a bad pilot 🦉) 🤙
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Credit foto sepenuhnya milik @samsuar99 • Taken around Krung sakoy, aceh barat
The way the shadows dance in the grass, the way the ripples expand across the silent lake, the way the light dances through the trees - it all calls me back to a time when all that mattered was the here and now, sparking a homesick feeling long forgot. The sun shines just as bright on this side of the world but there are feelings of love that run many years deep. It's the type of love that grows and grows long after they're gone. They mostly live in memory yet they are still so tangible and real that the sharpness of the grief takes my breath away. There's a smell in the air that brings me back to the time when the mountains first awoke my soul. It's so real that the peaks I once climbed seem just within reach. I am miles away but home found its way to me, unearthing pieces of me that I long thought lost. For years I tried to fill up on all the wrong things, all the wrong people. Then I discovered that home isn't a place or a person but a moment of clarity carved from memories of the love I felt. Pain doesn't break me down but breaks me open to the possibility of building anew from the ashes. There's a path forward that's wild and unclear but there's so much truth to be found in an uncertain future. The love that I lost, the people who are gone, the homesick feeling... it's what's guiding me towards exactly what I am searching for.
7 643 hours ago
There is something about living in a cabin somewhere in the woods, away from all the chaos of the city. Maybe it's the peace and tranquility, maybe it's the birds chirping in the morning, maybe it's the stillness in the air.
We were walking back from the lake to our cabin and I came across this cabin and had to capture it. It was just oozing with vibes. The way the light was playing with the roof and the tree, I knew I had to capture it. ---------------------------------
Europe is loaded with mountain bangers too! Go through this set and check out the different mountain landscapes in Europe, you won't be disappointed 🤙🏼
Catching a Teton sunrise is truly magical, even when the clouds decide to keep the peaks to themselves. What kinds of wildlife do you think we're in this spot enjoying the morning with us? #staywildjh#jacksonhole