Flew doors off today. That was insane. Such a game changer! I only got asked to do this flight yesterday, and I’m so glad I was able to make it work! @rlcadams brought us to a lake that he’s been scoping out for about 2 years now, but today was the first day that he could make it work! Such an insane experience, and I am sooo thankful my clients were chill with leaving the doors off 😅
What a way to wrap up working 28 days straight. 2 more short days of real estate photography, then it’s off to the Sunshine Coast for 4 days of exploring and R&R!
Seek a view that few have seen before. Lincoln Peak is one of the more challenging hikes in Glacier National Park. It’s a 14 mile round trip hike with a lot of elevation gain, but the element that makes it challenging is that you have to hike through prime Grizzly terrain. It’s a hike that seems difficult, daunting, and scary to most, but the feeling of accomplishment in being able to see a unique view that few get to see for themselves makes all the pain worth it. #WhyIHike @eddiebauer #LiveYourAdventure#EBContributor
The rainy weather in Vermont has me really missing the clear nights spent checking out the night sky on the coast near Big Sur. The cool sea breeze always reminds me off good times with friends back home. Nights like these are always rad!
Happy Birthday to my favorite human. You are a real gem and I think I’ll keep you forever. Thank you for being my adventure partner, favorite comedian, and most importantly best friend. Here’s to another year around the sun. ❤️
serenity . .
camping alone is something that everyone should experience at least once. it sounds lonely (and believe me, it is) but it harbors an incredibly calming experience. it’s just you and the earth; none of the typical distractions that come with the life that we live today, even people. escaping like this can be incredibly therapeutic.
it’s been a fast paced ten days in Maine and I’ve been lucky enough to reconnect with a ton of old faces. today, however, is calm and rainy and all i can think about was this morning on lake crescent. similar in nature, this was one of the first few days that I spent alone after a hectic school year/early summer. balance in life is so important, and alone time (especially in nature) is a great way to decompress and avoid feeling burned out by the fast paced lives that most of us live.
WHOA. Just realized I hit 20k sometime yesterday. Thanks so much for your continued love and support
I've been cruising around south-central Alaska with @mylesscameron nonstop for the last few days. We've been carrying our lives on our backs and taking breaks in coffee shops trying to make the most of the rare sunny days in this notoriously gloomy state.
Amazing how much the glacial landscape develops and differs during the summer season. This area use to be two streams with one carving a tunnel out. The other stream was hiding under that large granite boulder. It looks like a totally new area to explore now.