Monument Valley is one of the most recognisable natural sights in the United States. ⠀
It is within the borders of Utah and Arizona, which means you can have a little fun jumping across state lines! 😋⠀
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We are here everyday but we don’t know each other very well, right?
🇧🇷 I was born in Brazil in a city that probably you don’t know, but it’s in Sao Paulo.
🇺🇸 I moved to US when I was 19 years old... (Can’t believe it’s been so long!).
🌎 How about you? Where are you from?
A gente se vê aqui todo dia, mas não nos conhecemos tão bem, né?
🇧🇷 Eu nasci no Brasil, em Osasco City (mais conhecida como Oz!)
🇺🇸 Mudei pros EUA com 19 anos! (Nem acredito que faz tanto tempo já!) Kkk
🌎 E você? Da onde é?
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I just found out that the M*A*S*H site hiking trail in Malibu Creek State Park, was destroyed in the Woolsey fire. The fire has destroyed thousands of homes and historic buildings including the Sepulveda Adobe built in 1863. I had the opportunity to hike this trail earlier this year. The park was a beautiful place to be and the M*A*S*H site was really neat. The original set had been burned in another fire in the 80s so all that remained were a few old trucks. The park will regrow, but the history cannot be replaced. My heart goes out to all those who have been displaced by these devastating fires.
Hocus Pocus, I need wine to focus! 🍷🍹.
For those people who are great fan of wines or in to wine tasting, San Juan winery is the place.// Founded in 1996 by Yvonne Swanberg and her late husband, Steve, San Juan Vineyards is a producer of award winning estate-grown white varietals, Siegerrebe and Madeleine Angevine. The Swanbergs were pioneers in establishing esteem for their wines in the coolest-climate growing region of Washington State. Isn’t it just incredible!
A moody day at Wall Street in Bryce Canyon. ☁️
These seemingly endless switchbacks one after another come at the end of the Navajo trail. A breathtaking and heartpounding climb back to your car! Bryce is at a slightly higher elevation than what most people are used to so a little extra huffing and puffing is to be expected. Enjoyed every second of it!