“You can’t see anything from a car; you’ve got to get out of the goddamn contraption and walk, better yet crawl, on hands and knees, over the sandstone and through the thorn brush and cactus. When traces of blood begin to mark your trail, you’ll see something, maybe” -E.A. #AbbeysRoad
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The best part of road trips is getting to stop every time you see something beautiful... which feels like every other minute on the road from California to Colorado! Can’t wait to be with my brother and his family tonight.
What’s your favorite way to travel?!
So stoked to have one of my “knuckleheaded” adventures posted to the @echoflyfishing blog!! Check it out:
To be honest, last week I had a major panic attack. I’m not sure what set it off or why it happened, but it did. I thought I was past all of that. I used to have panic attacks frequently, but I haven’t had one in awhile. I’ve done a lot of self-work to overcome them. I know what works for me and what doesn’t. I know what to avoid and how to cope. But hey, sometimes shit happens.
Thankfully we had reservations at a campsite this past weekend. And it was exactly what I needed. Ryan, being the always sweet and kind person that he is, made sure I was feeling better. Going on every walk with me, giving me space when I wanted it, following the schedule I wanted to do. And always checking in with how I was feeling. His support, being out in nature, and disconnecting from the world for a quick weekend was the perfect recipe to get rid of all my anxieties.
I’m posting this because I’m trying to be more real and honest on here. To share more about life than just pretty square pictures. And maybe to help anyone who suffers from anxiety, I encourage you to do the work and find what puts your mind at ease..and do more of that. 💛 .
🤰20 weeks: Clark’s Lookout, NH
After the first snowfall last week, Matt and I decided to walk the short distance to Clark’s Lookout to get a view of Lake Sunapee and Mount Sunapee. Beautiful view, don’t you think?
I’m officially halfway through this pregnancy! During this walk, I started breathing a bit heavier than normal and had to walk a bit slower, too. I’m excited to see how different hiking will be in a couple weeks, when the baby is even bigger! #hikingfortheview
“Sometimes the darkest challenges, the most difficult lessons, hold the greatest gems of light.” – Barbara Marciniak
When you try to live with a grateful heart, you know you have to be thankful for the hard times in life just as much as the wonderful times. Just because we know this doesn’t make it easy. When you get dealt a difficult hand, it’s hard to see the good - but I promise you it’s there. And every time I come on IG, I see a beautiful community of wild women each battling their own battle, some known to the public while others only said in private. It’s a community of inspiration, support & downright love. ❤️✌🏻 You know who you all are - and I appreciate each and every one of you. Your strength on your difficult path inspires strength within me for my own.
i’ve come to find one of the hardest parts about my work is having to wait until publication date to share work— as much as i think the process is valuable in the art of patience... DAMN it’s hard when you’re so excited about something! Anyway, good things coming... late december- early jan 😏
Ty & I always joke that in a previous life, Bru already explored all the hikes we’ve done. as if that common glance back, means: “I’ve been here before. follow me”! wether he’s pulling us through waist-high brush, or galloping 50 feet ahead in the desert—we’re always following those determined & purposeful paws 🐾