Have you seen the House on Fire ruins? Have you heard of them before right now? ⠀
This was the first stop on our ruin trip to Blanding. it was a nice, easy hike (unless you're aging, their words, not mine) and only about a mile in to get to the ruins. You can keep going further into the canyon to see seven or eight more sites. That takes all day, but House on Fire only takes a couple hours. Just make sure you go in the late morning to get the right light and the fire effect.
You have nothing to lose.
Last big mid-week workout in the books 🙌🏼 Mile repeats. I don’t know why but they always intimidate me. The first few felt (gulp) easy and I was focusing on not running too fast. By the last one, I dropped the hammer, giddy with excitement that I felt that good and snuck in a sub 6 🏃🏻♀️💨 (#sorrysarah ) One last double digit run before the big one 🍎🗽 I’ll be spending my taper time on important things, like a much needed pedi 😬
11.6 | Run Streak Day 5️⃣3️⃣3️⃣
Climbing a mountain represents a chance to be briefly free oneself of the small concerns of our common lives, to strip off nonessentials, to come down to the core of life itself. Food, shelter, and friends - these are the essentials, these plus faith and purpose and a deep and unrelenting determination.
“Fall has always been my favourite season. The time when everything bursts with its last beauty, as if nature had been saving up all year for the grand finale.” - Lauren DeStefano.
There’s nothing like a wander amongst the leaf strewn woodland paths, always looking out for all the wonderful wild things.
Don't forget to join us this weekend for the Meet and Treat with Big Oaks Trainers. Chelse will demonstrate what a well-trained dog is all about. This will be followed by a short Ask the Trainer session, where the audience can ask her about simple training issues. 🐶
Date: Saturday, October 27
Times: 10:00 am and 11:15 am
More: this event is for humans only. we will also have door prizes!
two things that can’t be rushed:
your healing and your creativity. ✨
So thrilled to see all of our new squad members gearing up for the Thrive Guide. We start next Monday as a squad, are you joining us? Get your Guide through the link in our bio. 💙
The west face of Ulamertorsuaq 🇬🇱 It's a massive peak deep in the 70-kilometre-long Tasermiut Fjord in southwestern Greenland. The summit is 1843 m (6047 ft) above sea level. Every year teams going to climb Tasermiut’s biggest walls and Ulamertorsuaq West is definitely one of them. A prominent granite pillar, which offers amazing alpine bigwall climbing. On the second images you see a part of Nalumasortoq, it's even taller with 2045 m (6709 ft) and climbed as well 🙌🏼
Shot on @olympuskameras OM-D E-M1 Mark II & M. Zuiko 40-150mm f/2.8 PRO lens [Anzeige]
Still processing how incredible this weekend was. The ridgelines were challenging, the views were unbelievable and the weather was perfect.
I was definitely pushed well outside of my comfort zone on these class 3 ridgelines, but @aholle88 helped keep @jesse_weso and I grounded and safe. Looking forward to the next adventure with these two!
We are loving this photo from @zwiebez Keep on sharing your amazing adventures! #Repost
Gorgeous skies over dallas tonight. Enjoyed some days off when it actually WAS SUNNY. I’ve become soft in the last year... it was 55 and I was cold. I’m doomed for a hard/whiney winter.... I’m moving to Philly in three weeks! I’m going to miss Dallas and my friends here, but excited for new adventures! #dallas#optoutside#fall#travelRN#crosscountrydrives#roadtrips#texas
It was such a perfect fall day today for a hike with mom, dad, and mom’s cousin, Emma! Mom may have stolen a couple pics from her for this post 😉 I also finally got to try out my new leash on the trails... lovin’ it and so are my parents! •
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