CLOSE YOUR EYES, MOM. 🙈 I obviously, thoroughly missed this kind of solitude. You can't find it in Seattle. It's the kind of solitude that urges you to ditch your drawers and enjoy your morning coffee in disregard of the societal confines that blanket other places. It's the kind of solitude that's best found in the desert and it'll give ya all the freedom feels. 💕But really, have you noticed how hard it can be to find solitude these days? How more and more of us have caught the nature-bug and flock to share our favorite escapes? Our parks are receiving record visitation every year. This can be a great thing as masses discover a love for wilderness and willingness to protect it. But it also means there has never been a more important time to be a responsible steward of our natural landscapes, because they are under more pressure than ever. If tens of thousands of people visit a trail in a year, every single misplaced footprint and piece of micro-trash (sunflower seeds included, y'all 🙄) count. Just a friendly reminder to review your LNT and familiarize yourself with the natural resources of an environment before you visit. Do your part! •
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Who’s itching a good weekend drive?! We took our Revo Stage 2 equipped A4 B9 to a local Palomar mountain cruise last week with @sdaudiclub and had a blast! @food4audis caught a couple photos of our car at the rest stop.
Antelope Canyon gets it’s name because canyon entrance is shaped like an antelope. Upper & lower canyon is located near Page, Arizona on Navajo Land. If you plan on going and you can only go to one canyon go to the lower canyon. It’s less crowded and just as pretty. Also, The guides are supper nice and and friendly.
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Day 10 - Our last day of the roadtrip 😢
In the morning in Semonkong we rented horses and went for a ride 🐎 I was riding on a horse called Black Demon and he stood up to his name - he went to fast, too slow, left or right instead of straight and straight instead of left or right. We were constantly battling. I also tried trotting, but I was scared to try gallop since I wasn't horse-riding for a long time and my thights aren't strong enough 😔 But Demon decided for me, so we galloped 😂 It was reeeeally hard to stop him, he used to be a racing horse and he enjoyed the gallop and didn't want to stop 🙄
After the horse-riding we hit the road, took one last look at the Maletsunyane Canyon and headed back to PE. We decided not to sleep and drive through the night on national highway. We also made a stop at KFC, and since our first stop of the roadtrip was McDonald's, it was quite poetic 🍗
We arrived to Port Elisabeth around 4.30 and I was at bed 5. The best part? At 7 am a fire alarm went off again 😑😑😑😑😑😑😑😑