“And if you listen very hard
The tune will come to you at last
When all are one and one is all
To be a rock and not to roll” - Led Zeppelin •
Tomorrow I’m leaving on one of my bucket list hikes. Photos to follow.
In June 2015 I was hitchhiking from Kearsarge Pass to Lone Pine, California to resupply for my next leg of the #PCT . An older couple from Montana picked me up. Somewhere along the way they told me they were headed up to June Lake and asked if I’d ever heard of it. I hadn’t. Little did I know, June Lake would play a huge roll in my life, and my happiness, in the following years. June totally feels like home to me now. As I sit here at #junelakebrewing with my belly full of #ohanas395 food, I can’t fathom feeling better vibes. This is my place. This is where I’m supposed to be. Pictured is Carson Peak, which presides over the June Lake Loop.
It's Sea Glass Bath Time! How do you clean your sea glass finds? I like mixing the Honeysuckle Spray from Meyers with a splash of bleach. Then I let them soak for a hot minute. Stay tuned for the sorting process which I hope to have in my insta stories today! #シーグラス
“You belong among the wildflowers
You belong in a boat out at sea
Sail away, kill off the hours
You belong somewhere you feel free… “ - Tom Petty
Not only are these wildflowers beautiful, they’re tasty too. They’re wild onions.
Living here so far from the country of my birth and the people I love can be hard. And then at the end of a hot as hell day editing in front of my computer with the fan in my face and a wet IKEA dish towel round my neck I take a break and see this and I know I’m in the right place. I am also aware that the beauty is created partly by the smoke from the wildfires burning up the coast and I’m sending thoughts to those affected.
Special for today's #beachphotochallenge - this photo is one of the very first sea glass photos I ever took. I can still remember walking across the beach with my camera and my one and only seamarble. It feels like a lifetime ago and yesterday all together at once. Funny thing is it never occurred to me to photograph my sea glass before that day... Times they sure have changed!