"You know, the cells in your body are turning over quite often. So your red blood cells only last 120 days. Your hair gets turned over every few years. Your skin cells only last two or three weeks. The colon and the stomach - it's only four or five days before all those cells get replaced. Now, neurons, the cells in your brain, those don't die and get replaced... But the atoms that make them up are constantly turning over. So when you look at your friends and loved ones, atomically, they've completely turned over from when you last saw them, let's say, five years ago...." -David Eagelman. Check out the full podcast https://castbox.fm/x/idSP
Algonquin in dramatic fashion. This moment when I captured gave me goosebumps. The way the clouds and light danced along the peak with elements of snow at the peak. It was a sight I will never forget. Truly in awe. Time literally stopped when I captured this. I hope you enjoy this. This peak knows to tap into ones soul.
Had to stop and check out the new Adirondack Welcome Center! Definitely a great spot to go before heading into the #adirondackpark and of course had to throw in some shade of my @redsox standing in front of a New York sign. Sorry!
I don't aways eat hotdogs (in fact I never eat hot dogs) but when I do it's Nathan's Hot Dogs from a street food vendor in New York City...oh...and maybe once in awhile around the campfire in the campground...but that's it 🌭🌭😋😄