I took the first shot with my phone but was my favorite photo of the day.
Right after this photo I wanted to fill my @yeti up at the lake in the picture but realized I had forgot my water filter. I decided to cut my trip short and head back because my legs were cramping up. I thought I was taking a short cut but after about an hour descend I realized I had taken the wrong route. I was going to have to spend another hour climbing back up. As soon as I started to climb my right leg locked up on me, and I grabbed a little bush to keep from falling. I took my backpack off, layed down and started praying, "Lord please get me off this cliff and I'll start going to church." About 10 minutes later the cramp calmed down enough for me to slowly start climbing again. I made it to the top of the mountain around 7pm and then to my truck around 9:30.
The lessons I learned after this is #1 to always thoroughly prepare and #2 to pay attention to details.
4 minutes ago
Thank you for taking the “journey” to visit for Father’s Day. A couple of takeaways from this weekend- the importance of love, family and connection and thinking about what we can do for others ✨
man i love this girl. she has taught me so much about independence and awareness towards the deaf community. she never lets her deafness get in the way her dreams. and she always knows how to make me laugh when i’m down.
she is so brave.
and most of all my best friend ❤️ -
- #deafawareness -
ps: this is not the spider-man sign. lol it means i love you in sign language 🤘🏼
Saturday, Kameron and I conquered Scotchman’s Peak. We saw grouse, a moose with her calf, mountain goat and wildflowers in all the colors of the rainbow. I’m so thankful for my adventure buddy and baby daddy. Happy Father’s Day, Kam!
Happy Father’s Day @milehighmagee! Watching you become a dad and pass your know knowledge and love on to our daughter has been the greatest gift. We love you and appreciate all you do and how much you take care of us.
My dad isn’t on social media but happy Father’s Day to my dad as well. He always made sure we were taken care of and worked really hard for his family and I appreciate him teaching me how to fix things instead of buying stuff when it was broken and how to appreciate home cooked meals. I love you both more than you know!
9 hours ago
Thule box showing No Barriers pride at the @nobarriersusa Summit in Squaw Valley this weekend. If you know anybody with a disability, we strongly encourage you to look into No Barriers - an amazing organization who's mantra is "What's within you is stronger than what's in your way!" Next years summit will be in our backyard - San Francisco!!