You don’t always need a plan. Sometimes you just need to breathe. Trust. Let go. And see what happens.
I boarded a train yesterday morning, to a town I’d never been, with a bottle of water, a scarf, a sun hat, and a good friend. Ready for an adventure.
It’s truly one of my favourite things to do. Go somewhere new, without researching a plan, and just explore. Let the wind take you where you’re meant to go. Look for clues, notice signs, choose your direction as you go. When you have no set plan, just a direction, you also have no expectations. No needs to fulfil. So every moment, you are exactly where you’re supposed to be.
Hats off to the pumping town of Port Moody, that hosted us yesterday. Well worth jumping on a train from Vancouver and getting lost out there. Also, their line up of breweries is on point! Every single one. Thanks to @yeldah01 for the journey.
Here’s to getting lost x
The smell of earth.
The touch of waves.
The taste of berries.
The sight of trees & waterfalls.
The sound of laughter.
The feeling of love.
The ability to chase sunsets & sunrises.
The joy of laying under the stars & moon.
& the thrill of being alive.
Our hike today started in the beautiful city of Eppstein with a bit of sunshine and ended to early due to heavy rain and thunder in Rettershof. Eventough the hike was way to short the Taunus was worth the trip. On the first picture you see the castle of Eppstein. The last ones were shot from a shelter in Rettershof.
Unsere Wanderung heute startete in der schönen Stadt Eppstein mit etwas Sonnenschein und endete wegen starken Regen und Gewitter zu früh in Rettershof. Obwohl die Wanderung zu kurz war, hat sich der Weg in den Taunus gelohnt. Auf dem ersten Foto sieht man Burg Eppstein. Die letzten wurden von einem Unterstand in Rettershof geschossen.
Probably my favorite shark species! The oceanic white tip is one of the most curious and cunning sharks in my experience. Not only are they big, but when in groups they seem to behave like wolves. Roaming in packs looking for the weakest link. And while you watch the ones near the surface you’ll get surprised by one coming up from the depths. Here my good mate @andy_mann dances around this big one in the Bahamas.⠀
>> Photo and caption by @cainedelacy of Roam Founding Contributor @andy_mann. Who else is excited about shark week this week? #ROAM
When the sun is going down in the mountains and you have a foggy sky, you get this beautiful beams.
They come and go, so you have to be fast.
Taken in the beautiful Spanish Pyrenees, where the roads curl like little rivers through the landscape