From Mars (Friday's post) to Lewis and Clark. Confused? This spot, Rowena Crest, is located along the Columbia River Gorge. The very same river that those bffls explored in 1805. Oh and guess who else was with them on their trip along the Columbia? Sacagawea. Yep, the one and only. Granted this spot was not a place they stopped during their expedition, but it is kind of cool to think about the fact that I drove along the same route they explored over 200 years ago. One of the best parts about the Columbia River Gorge? The MULTITUDE of spots to explore on both the Oregon and Washington side (the river is the dividing line between the states). So trust me, while I'm in the PNW there will be much more to come from the River of the West. If you had the chance to visit the Columbia River Gorge which side would you take? Oregon, or Washington, or both?
The only photo on my insta where I’ve used flash ✨ Love this perfect lil mushroom village
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If you had asked me a month ago what my favorite season was, I would have said summer and winter were tied for hiking and skiing. But then somewhere fall snuck in and I would say now it’s a three-way tie. The colors of autumn mixed with calm weather and low water, equaling perfect reflections with the pops of yellow...wow. What a magical thing it is to live with seasons.
1758223 days ago
Catch me sleeping in this Monday morning 💤 ⏰
As a door swings back and forth on its hinges,
so the lazy person turns over in bed.
oh wow, score! this is a chi o! you can tell she’s a chi o from the way she is. 🌲 #neature
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Post hole. Cuss word. Lay in snow. All rise. Post hole. Cuss word. Lay in snow. All rise. Repeat repeat repeat. Surrender. Was about how this one went this weekend.
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🌧☁️🌧 there’s a 30% chance it’s already raining. 🌧☁️🌧
Today we took things easy and had an awesome introductory day to sandstone. It definitely has a different feel than granite, but there is a beauty that it has in and of itself. Tonight I sit here in Moab enjoying the fact that I can connect my new friend with an old one and create new memories with smiley wonderful human beings. Tomorrow, I’m excited to go and camp out underneath the glow of the desert stars and be without reception for awhile.
PART UNO: Of an incredible weekend in the mountains with friends that feel like fam leading up to the most beautiful wedding 💕 Hiked up a mountain right after a 7 hour drive to find a beautiful lake nestled in the mountainside 🏔 what. a. beaut. June Lake had all the colors 🌈
Yo, three girls from Toronto they wanted to explore.
Looked for AirBnB's for spots to snore.
Found an RV near Yosemite Park,
They were charmed by the string lights to turn on after dark.
They could smell each other's poop 'til they found the fan
But enjoyed watching the turkeys as they ran
The AirBnB host- these girls would love to thank.
"Ten out of ten" is what they would rank.
“Look deep into nature, and then you will understand everything better” | Albert Einstein
When we over complicate and get stuck in life’s ways, it’s refreshing to see the simplicity and oneness of nature. People tend to add too much; somehow believing that more is better.
This is at the center of what we believe at huvr. Let’s cut out the unnecessary. Focus on providing pure, organic, experiences, all while leaving a minimal footprint.
What’s your favorite way to experience nature?
Nature has this amazing way of bringing calmness into your soul. Thank you @karsonklass for reminding me to slow down and enjoy the little things in life. 🌌
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It’s getting cold, but it’s not too late for a little #mycologymonday with the bear’s head tooth (Hericium americanum). These edible fungi are delicious when sautéed and mixed in ramen! These are probably the last of the season for me, as the weather continues to get colder many of the fungi in my area of the world stop producing fruiting bodies. Be sure to keep your eyes out in the woods, these could be the last few days to catch a glimpse of the Hericium for the season!