🇬🇧 impressions from our boat rides on the Amazon. way more than just a way of transportation! - - -
🇪🇸 diferentes impresiones de nuestros viajes en bote por el Amazonas. Mucho más que un medio de transporte! - - -
🇩🇪 Impressionen von den Bootsfahrten auf dem Amazonas.. mehr als nur ein Transportmittel! - - -
Я очень согласна с тем, что красота в глазах смотрящего. Но вот знаете, бывает так, что как ни смотри, а красоты уже не видишь. Как-нибудь я покажу в сториз всю эстетику нашей Перми🙈😄 И вот когда невмоготу, спасает лес. Эту белочку ребёнок у нас назвала Блёсточка👐🏻😂 Ну не прелесть-ли☺️
Для конкурса #оранжевая_осень_2018 от @hey_e_l_e_n и @yulia_mukhacheva. Категория #оранжевая_осень_надворе Судья @bellluha
I don’t have many pictures from my awesome best friend adventures because we are all content to be present in the moment—no one thinks to snap a photo🙇🏽♀️
Well let me tell you about the #segwaytour in #seville
Highly recommend it! Only do the 1 hour one because that machine makes your calves burn like no other! They won’t kick you off so go crazy, go full speed and then try your hardest to not careen into a bush when you realize stopping at high speeds really is tricky🤦🏽♀️
I know this from experience. Our poor tour guide was really concerned for me, and then when he realized I was okay he said something to the effect of, “I knew you were gonna be the one who crashed, you are very risky on these” Y U P 💁🏽♀️
Point of this is, have fun with your #tribe but remember, you don’t have to record every moment of it. I am, however, thankful to have these snapshots📸
Today was so incredible.
I laughed, I cried, I sweat my ass off, and I was so inspired by so many people working to help other people change their lives.
I set some major goals for myself and my business. And I feel exhausted and energized all at once.
I WILL BE HERE A YEAR FROM NOW NO MATTER HOW HARD THE HUSTLE.
This is your daily reminder to drink more water! And it’s proven by science that drinking water from a hydroflask is significantly more fun. Okay, maybe that’s not a scientific fact, but it is my strong opinion. 🤷♀️
We all know we should, but do we know why? Water boosts your metabolism, regulates your body temperature, and lubricates your joints. How cool is it that something so important comes straight from nature?
Last weekend I was lucky enough to be able to book Shane Benzie to visit Trail Club on Dartmoor for a day of movement perception analysis. Wow, that guy knows his stuff! We are all now working hard on integrating his knowledge into our daily training! Very highly recommended 🏔😀
My latest video illustrates what happens when you run into Dartmoor ignoring the military’s red flags. I will not do that again! Also included are clips of friends running in this year’s Marilyn’s Meldon Madness Fell Race plus my latest song called Baseline. Please go to the link in my bio to find my videos. Enjoy! 🏔😀
**Long Post** Troy got me a bow the first year we started dating and took me out the following year in the double stand a few times to show me the basics. We never had luck on anything coming in but I still knew I was going to love hunting. For the last 4 to 5 years I have been going out on my own. I absolutely enjoy listening to the world wake up around me and the slight fear of what's lurking in the darkness at night. It's a way to collect all your thoughts and realize the important things in life. And each time out I gain more and more knowledge of life just by sitting and observing. But long story short, I have always said that I wanted my first deer to be a buck and a worthy one at that. I KNOW this goes against everything a true hunter would say, but that is a whole other story.
As far as this hunt goes...my original plan was to sit in my main stand but they were picking the corn when it was time to head out. The blind wasnt going to work either. So Troy said to try my other stand that was away from the field. It was one that we haven't even prepped or even gave it a look this year. So I began my journey out there, tried to quietly break a few branches for shooting lanes and map out a shooting area. I was not confident in this hunt at all. As time passed, I was greeted by two stray dogs. I knew my luck was gone. But an hour later, this dude comes walking up behind me at about 18yds standing broadside. Now I have had several smaller deer be within range and I have passed them but would practice drawing on them for the practice. I was about to do the same..let him go. I had seen bigger ones on camera and didnt want to give up on my goal. However, he wouldn't move!! I knew after about what seemed like minutes of not moving that I needed to take this opportunity. So I drew. Later on while tracking a perfect blood trail, and finally starting to feel excited about my decision, we found him laying with the arrow still in him. As we inched in..he got up. Talk about a rush! So we gave him some time and were able to haul him out. I couldn't be happier with how I handled my bow, tracking, and gutting the deer. And to have Troy teaching me along the way is awesome!