Way back in September I went straight home from work. Slept in my car and watched the Sunrise. Alpenglow off of the East/Northeast flanks of Rainier 💛Emmons and Winthrop Glaciers getting lit along with Curtis and Liberty Ridge basking in the morning glow 🔥
Seen here is the Little Colorado River, just above its confluence with the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon. When leaving this confluence during the first descent of the canyon, Powell wrote this: “We are three quarters of a mile in the depths of the earth, and the great river shrinks into insignificance as it dashes its angry waves against the walls and cliffs that rise to the world above; the waves are but puny ripples, and we but pigmies, running up and down the sands or lost among the boulders. We have an unknown distance yet to run, an unknown river to explore. What falls there are, we know not; what rocks beset the channel, we know not; what walls rise over the river, we know not. Ah, well! We may conjecture many things.” #5000milesofwild#paddleforever#adventurelikeyougiveadamn#whatsyournature
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When I showed up, there was barely enough light to walk by this stream without falling in. I fumbled around, barely keeping my feet under me, and finally found this spot where I comfortably watched the forest wake up. With each piece of the forest coming to life, it was a symphony of colors I won’t forget.
When you have a fresh new dumping it's pretty easy to convince yourself to hike.
Def need to get a backpack that I can strap my skis onto. Because hiking the ridge with skis over your shoulder can be pretty interesting