You may recall I love posting about fall photography. Okay, you probably don’t (thus the link to remind you). I live in a beautiful state. It would be a shame if I didn’t take personal retreats into the mountains. Nothing … Continue reading
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Usually when I go through long stretches without blogging it means life has been really good. It means I have been enjoying life and been too busy traveling, outdoorsing, filming, and kickin’ it with good people to sit down and … Continue reading
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I don’t want to live an average life. I want to be the kind of person who rejects laziness and says yes to opportunities and adventures that come my way, even the difficult ones. I don’t want to think twice…or … Continue reading
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Some days are regular. Some days edge close to perfection. And a day spent celebrating a wonderful two years with my love in the magnificent Rocky Mountains fits into the perfect category. The few days we get to spend together … Continue reading
My first fall post was from a (b)road trip I took out to visit some wild camp friends of mine, Grant and Arnie. Seriously, those guys are nuts. I had the privilege of being their small group leader up at Camp Timberline, and … Continue reading
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Oh, fall, how I missed you. I endured 4 years of scorching hot October/Novembers; so hot the leaves forget to change colors and burn straight off the trees. I could definitely get used to fall in the mountains. All pics … Continue reading
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I love getting in the car, heading north and figuring it out from there. Loaded only with enough supplies to last us for probably a month (thanks to Momma Stanfield) we hit I-25 in search of serenity and beauty. some … Continue reading
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This is my first post on my new website/blog! If you are interested in keeping up with my life and the stories I am living please hit the “follow” button that appears in the bottom right of this page. You … Continue reading
It’s January. It’s 70 degrees out. And I’ve been blessed with a schedule that allows me to have a Wednesday at 3 p.m. free to bike into Cameron Park and take some pictures. Hanging in my hammock, journal in hand, … Continue reading