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Thank you all so much for 15k!! Only 7 months in and we can't wait to see where the next few months take us🤗❤️ Thanks to all of you for bringing us along on your adventures❣️ #sheisthewild
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1 02 minutes ago
I’m not a very good fisherman. 🎣
1 12 minutes ago
Same here I can relate. I don’t like interacting bc it’s exhausting and drains my energy but I also love coffee shops and cities lol 😊
I see golden views... and I chase them. It’s just what I do. 🤷🏻♂️😆
1 99 minutes ago
So loving all the time we get spend outdoors this Summer 🏕
This week, during one of our prayer times, two people got the same picture for me. It was of me painting this huge canvas that could fit me in it. And while I painted I found rest, and the painting itself was peaceful. I thought this so perfectly described what I need these days, as our lives are crazy busy. But I’m so thankful that God has been so faithful to give us energy and moments of deep rest.
I’m finding every excuse under the sun to convince Simon to take me to the @the_telephone_exchange for a weekend after seeing the amazing time @thegoodswefound had there a while back! Plus it’s only just up the road from us so #nobrainer ! Any takers for babysitting duties for a weekend.....🤞🏻
3 919 minutes ago
I never really posted a lot of pictures from this camping trip. I think part of the reason is I had so many fulfilling conversations that night that the pictures I took felt dull in comparison. We talked about everything without a break and most importantly how we progressed as artists and what goals we had for the future.
I also value feedback on my photos so I know it’s important to share my work. To put it out there and let people judge it. The judgement whether good or bad is out of my control. I am always striving to improve my work and it never comes easy. Hours upon hours of watching videos, editing and research spots. Countless shutter clicks of photos that didn’t turn out just as good as I wanted.
I always want to post pictures of sweeping vistas or sky exploding sunsets, but in reality those things don’t happen every day. I’ll be honest it discourages me some days. At points it almost makes me want to give up. Instagram can be really discouraging as I scroll past everyone’s highlight reel. It’s hard to remember sometimes that behind every account is a real person struggling through the same thing. I think the best best part for me is I know regardless of a good sunset or not, the memories I make will stick with me even more.
Thanks to @zacheryarcher and @patricktragesser for such a great night.
I'm dealing with some emotional pain right now. A day off work and a sunrise hike was exactly what I needed. Life isn't completely full of darkness.
Washington lost someone very special one week ago. Amelia was a friend, a colleague, and a mentor that I knew through Washington Trails Association and Whatcom County Parks. I've never met a stronger, healthier, or happier woman. She lived life to the fullest whether it was sailing, surfing, running, or working on trails. She touched a lot of lives, and it is difficult to be surrounded by so many brokenhearted individuals that all feel like they've had someone precious suddenly ripped away from them. My only solace is that I am far from alone in my sadness.
Finishing our new trail this season will be one of the hardest things I've ever done. Right now, every tree and rock seem to evoke some memory of working next to her. Thank you for everything, Amelia. We miss you so much.