Dry canyon has become a favorite hike this year for me and @williamslumumba.. so much so that we've started naming some of the prominent features we see everytime. We've named these ones Mammoth Rock, lonely pine, and eye of the beholder.. and there's a few more I didn't get pics of this time. I'm so grateful we have all this in our backyard!
Y’all voted 100% on me posting more pictures of myself here! So here I am. I love the mountains and fall + winter are my favorite seasons. I’ve been to more countries than states and do not like Thai food. Tell me something about you or ask me more questions!
Nature’s backdrop is nothing short of breathtaking. Whether it’s pristine lakes, jaw dropping mountains or endless beach shores, it’s something that always has my heart.
New blog discusses all the wonderful beaches hugging Washington’s Puget Sound. Link in the bio! 🌲
I’m lovin this setup we had at Ice Lake! Mountains, Gatorade blue water, and our trusty tent. We heard a rumor they are pushing to outlaw camping in this area because humans are destroying it- just a side note to respect the Leave No Trace principle. Always put your tent at least 200 feet from the water!! I know this picture is deceiving, but it is in fact that far away!
Hi 👋🏻✨ Ok so I got a lot of questions on my story about how we camp in our car in summer.
My answer: homemade window screens for car camping.
My mom made them out of duct tape and screen material from Lowe’s. She shaped them to fit snuggly right over the passenger doors and booyah!! No bugs, but all that breeze 🤓😏
I’ll be answering more questions like this over the weekend! From budget tips etc to other more personal things 💀💌