Another great mountain adventure this weekend! Sunday officially marked @__kelly_rose__ 58th and final Colorado 14er as well as Kurt’s first class 3/4 14er summit with me! For those of you who don’t know, Kurt is my pup - a six pound Yorkie. His little legs are not made for hiking 14ers so he was carried up the ridge in a backpack that you can see in photo two. Needless to say both my friend Kelly (the 14er finisher) and my Kurt (my adorable fur child) killed it yesterday! I’d call it a success which is why I dub Mount Lyndsey my #MCM today. Happy Monday!
Thank you for all the birthday love 🤗 and special thanks to this girl for making the whole day perfect! Mother Nature was being a little bitchy but there’s never a bad day in the mountains. Here’s to 29 🥂.
Taking Sunday to continue crafting my e-book detailing the principles and practices for connecting to and embodying your wildish nature.
It will be available on my website launching soon! Here's a sneak peek at the stunning logo @braidcreative created for me. They totally captured the essence of my work through their visionary genius and imagery wizardry. Pure magic.
I cannot wait to share the rest with all of you in the weeks and months ahead. Website launch date coming soon!
Sometimes the wrong turns are the right way for the best kind of adventure😉💯👌
So glad to see that you guys survived @nickandslim_ontheroad 😂 Thanks for showin’ our Wildish gear some sweet Utah lovin’🤩❤️
I wish going back to work after the best outdoor vacation of my life felt as easy as flashing my first Squamish V4.. ⛰🧡
Canada, you’ve been a dream...and made me more homesick for the west coast than ever. Thank you for the beautiful views, pure air, and kindness of spirit, @krustyandy and i will be back🇨🇦
I still think about the Appalachian Trail on a daily basis. The effects of going on such a walk are undoubtedly transformative and it’s exciting to see how it has all shaped where my mind and self are at today and going forward.
Having this beautiful piece of land here in North Carolina available to go explore and revisit those feelings that have resonated with me since the trail is the epitome of what I consider my happy place. This is home.
Yesterday was a beautiful day of chasing ridge lines along the Art Loeb Trail up and over Black Balsam Knob, Tennant Mountain, and Grassy Cove Top. This section has something all 14 states had to offer along the AT. From the wild blueberries of Maine to the rolling meadows of Virginia.
75 degrees, sunny, beautiful cloud formations that provided brief respite from the sunshine, all in company with a stellar trail pup. These are the days I live for.
Much love everyone! “In every walk with nature one receives far more than he seeks.”