This summer will go down as the craziest three months of my life. My experiences were truly life-changing. I have been behind the wheel for countless hours, crawling slowly along rocky trails deep in the forest and high in the mountains, cruising on dusty desert back roads, and flying down coastal highways. I hiked miles and miles of trails and discovered places that were unfathomably beautiful. Whether it was the sweeping vistas of the American Southwest, massive waterfalls and gigantic granite cliffs in Yosemite, or the alpine lakes and endless views of the Colorado Rockies, it seemed that every few days I was seeing things I had never seen before. I spent more nights than I can remember in a tent, sleeping where I could open my door to the sun rising over views that I could hardly believe were real. Those nights were spent under an immeasurable number of stars. Every time I woke up in the dead of night to step outside and look up at the expanse of our universe, I was completely blown away. I simultaneously felt humbled by how small it made me seem, and extremely lucky to be standing in a place where I could witness such magnificence with my own eyes. But greater than the experiences themselves were the people who were by my side. The people who rode in my car for endless miles, always jamming to our favorite music, the people who were always up for a hike, even when it was far from easy, because they knew the end would be worth it, the people who woke up at painfully early hours to go see the sunrise, and the people who spent those nights with me under the stars made this summer what it was. Without them, my life would not be the same, and I’m beyond thankful for their existence. Most importantly, I am thankful for the God who created it all. Without him, I would never have seen the things I have seen, done the things I have done, or met the people I have met. He is the reason for it all, and all the glory goes to him. I am beyond excited to see the incredible things that are in store for the rest of this year, and I cannot wait to meet the people who will be along for the ride.
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Hepinize bol şanslar diliyorum🤳🏻🍀
Have you ever heard of someone going to Mexico and spending the whole time they were there underground? 😂
During my trip to the Yucatan Peninsula my friends and I spent a majority of our time there exploring massive underground sinkholes called cenotés.
The Mayans believed that they were gateways to the underworld and actually used to perform sacrificial rituals in them... Now they are perfect swimming holes 💀
Which cenotés are your favourites in this carousel? 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5? 🏊♂️
Все медленно приближаются летние и теплые деньки к концу! Кто-то отдохнул с головой и воспоминания останутся надолго, а кто-то и моргнуть не успел как все прошло... Живите. Цените. Радуйтесь. Успели хорошенько отдохнуть?
From the deep Utah reds to the bright New Mexico yellows. We found this incredible land formation on google earth and just had to detour out to come see it for ourselves. Our van should put the natural wall into perspective 😦
“We live in a world, it’s very hard for Americans to understand that every 20 seconds a kid dies... because of lack of access to clean water and sanitation. Every 20 seconds that happens on our planet. It’s very hard for us to relate to.” - Matt Damon #water#charitywater
At the elevation of 3,200 meters above sea level there is shortage of oxygen as I couldn't go any further and had to use my inhaler (just to let you know, I have an asthma problem) but one thing is to be of certain, that, there will be no shortage of water, as I even drank from this one