robust camping on Montana’s alpine lakes in the shadow of Granite Peak
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🙋🏼♀️ Hi instafriends. I couldn’t be more excited about some work going on at Taylored Travels that I’ll get to share with you all soon. We’re back in the game - the brand has officially re-launched!
The sun setting over the Oregon Coast as the mist scatters into the hills for safety. Watching this solar game of cat and mouse really puts into perspective just how small we are. This is our only Earth, our only home, so please treat her with respect 💚
This picture wasn’t supposed to happen. We were on a mission to attempt an obscure route on Mt Hood (attempt being the key word here) when the unmaintained trail we were using vanished into a pile of fallen timber. After a solid effort of navigation and bushwhacking, making very little forward progress, we considered our options. Camping where we were was not an option due to lack of a water source in the last four miles. We could just bag it and head home to lick our wounds. Or we could drop our current objective and salvage our backpacking trip. We chose the last option and backtracked a few miles to a more established trail network. At first we were bummed out on getting turned back on an adventure we’ve been trying to do for a couple years now. But that’s the sure sign of a true adventure: outcome unknown. Camping near a spectacular falls and enjoying dinner creekside (while Dusty poked at slugs with a stick) took the sting out of the days ‘failure’.
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Oregon’s been pretty cool so far. Heading up to Washington for an overnighter in the Cascades this weekend.👌🏻
Lost in layers. Practically drowning in them.
Finally got a chance to dig into my photos from this weekend and ended up staying way past my bedtime working on this one here leading to me being a little late for 6 AM shift this morning 😅 stoked to hopefully unearth more gems when I get off this afternoon
I prefer the inconvenience of being in the mountains than the easiness of daily life. We must never forget the joy of doing something slow and something difficult, the satisfaction of not doing what is easiest. The constellation of inconvenient choices may be all that stands between us and a life of total, efficient conformity.
When you arrive before the tide, you get to walk under the bridge.
Zürich is the largest city in Switzerland and it's located in north-central of the country at the northwestern tip of Lake Zürich 🚣🏽♂️
Have you ever been to Zürich? 🇨🇭
Zürich, Switzerland 🇨🇭❤
First lit in 1900 to cast it's reasuring light and safety to vessels traveling along the NW coast of Denmark. Rubjerg Knude lighthouse, no longer in operation is quickly losing it's battle to sand and erosion. This beautiful lighthouse is expected to fall into the sea around 2023
Beautiful views & the locals' mad rowing skills. Vietnam, you happily surprise me. 💚
Sleep in, easy day
Mr bubbles, soaking time
Due to the early wake up the previous morning we slept in a bit. My mood felt a bit dampened by the fact that I awoke to swarming mosquitos in my vestibule. After a morning beer and breakfast I packed my stuff as fast as I could and bailed. A couple miles later and a thousand feet higher the skiters calmed down. We leisurely hiked until reaching a side trail a ranger had told us lead to a great hot springs called Mr. Bubbles. We opted to have lunch there and to have a soak. It was pristine. A constant jet of bubbles in the center of the pool was clearly the inspiration for the name. The mosquitos weren't terrible there but there were plenty of horse flies to keep our swatting hands active. The rest of the day consisted of epic waterfalls and gradual down hill hiking. It was by far the best section of Yellowstone.
Into the Gros Ventre we go! 23 days and about 220 miles down. It's been a crazy and unpredictable adventure so far, let's see what the next 280 has in store 😎
It might be too hot to function in this state but we still have the best sunsets in the country.
Moving on toward Rocky Sea Pass.