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What the weekends are for☀️🏕🏔 Learning to say yes to adventure and going with the flow has its rewards! I loved waking up to breakfast and coffee ready on Saturday 🍳☕️ Then it was GO time!! We skied and snowboarded🏂🎿then had lunch🍴Next up, we headed down the Timberline to Rhododendron mountain bike trail. I had my gnarliest crash, to date, on my bike😬 Teeth and bones are still intact 👍🏻 The boys kept my spirits up by teasing me how good I looked covered in dirt 🙈 We then had a peaceful night, camping on the river with the dogs🌟 Today I had pancakes and coffee waiting for me as I crawled out of the tent ⛺️Then it was down to Hood River ❤️ The guys surprised me with a “how do you feel about going to a meditation class before we go jump off some cliffs?” Uh, YES PLEASE 🙏🏼 It was the most peaceful and relaxing hour and a half, which my sore and bruised body needed 😌 Of course when in Hood River, one must get beer and pizza at Double Mountain Brewery 🍕 🍻And then to end the weekend, cliff jumps were in order 💦 So yes, say yes to adventure and you never know you might be skiing, crashing, relaxing, meditating and jumping before you know it! #weekend#adventure#oregon#timberline#hoodriver#snowboarding#skiing#mountainbiking#crashing#laughing#camping#meditating#swimming#neverstopplaying#neverstopexploring#sheadventures#killerweekend#more#please#august#turns
My trip planning strategy is probably best summarized as haphazard. It's rare that I have more than a few destinations in mind when setting out on a road trip, and rarer still to have plans to be at any of them at a specific time.
While I wouldn't advocate my madness for anyone else, I do appreciate the freedom it yields to follow my whims and take advantage of locations and sights discovered along the way.
Which brings us to this photo, taken nearly 12,000 feet up in the White Mountains, in a stand of ancient Bristlecone Pine Trees which includes the largest Bristlecone ever recorded. While I don't know the age of this specific tree, other trees in the area were listed as having died over 2000 years ago, after living a life of 4000 years or more. It was an amazing experience just being in the presence of these ancient sentinels, and I never would have experienced it if I hadn't taken a detour and chanced on a sign for Bristlecone Pine Forest.
Patriarch Grove, White Mountains, Inyo National Forest