I'm not one to be the center of attention. I’ve never been. If it happens it happens I'm not going to gloat over it. There is way cooler scenery out there than me in my pictures. That's just me. I would want the audience to see what is outside of your comfort zone and tackle it.
For me my comfort zone is hard to come by since I'm busy busy busy! With all these adventures comes risk which can be hard to come by. With my background if I feel comfortable and manage my risk I will climb that rock or peak. Then again this is my backyard and with the knowledge I know I try not to think about it much and tackle it head on. Same with everyone else.
Enjoy what you love and keep growing by taking risk and tackling it :) I appreciate my old man taking a photo of me once in awhile to
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Me trying to avoid real life right now... Never thought I'd want to be in the outdoors more than the city. Still figuring out what you want in life? Trust me you’re not alone. Keep doing you and it'll all come full circle 👍
Thank you @mtn_steward for the photo 👌
The angles on Loowit were spot on 👌 Angles of which I have never seen on her before! I've been told that it's bad to stare....yet it's truly hard to turn away at this kind of beauty 🙌#liveyouradventure
The terminus of the Tahoma Glacier is huge!
Usually the end of the line where ice turns into water and flows dwn the valley. Rock and debris gets deposited and over time can get run over with an advancement of the glacier or become the start of growth within the valley. Pictured here the deposition is too recent in time with no wind blown deposits and no soil there may be no vegetation growth for years.
Can you find the river exiting the glacier?