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Hey so I'm back from all my adventuring.☺️ This picture is from a windy day at Waterton National Park in Canada. We saw 2 countries 6 national parks, 1 wedding, 7 states, and 1 province. Trip of a lifetime!! PC: Dad #ontrail#offtrail#traildoglife
One of the most generous, compassionate guides in my life just got in a brutal rock climbing accident. He was airlifted by life flight from Moab a couple weeks ago. Please help by sharing and donating, if you can. I'm 100% certain he would do the same for anyone else. Grateful. Link in bio.
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This pretty much sums up our week. I couldn't have asked for a better guide team on my last shift. Thanks Karl and @haleychoice. You kids are the greatest :)
#awapaplateau#awapa @utahisrad #aspiro#wildernesstherapy @traildoglife
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First full week with my puppy back in the field with me. AND I got to work with the most savage field staff I know, Bill Wimberg, who happens to also be the love of my life. It wasn't an easy week by any means but I feel really stoked about how hard we rocked it. I can't even begin to express how grateful I am to be in a relationship with someone who is my best friend, biggest teacher and most reliable team-mate. We kill it out there in the field and back in our real life. I don't know what I ever did to deserve a life this magical. So much love 😍 #wildernesstherapy#utah#mantilasal#workingdog#bossbitch#loveofmylife
#Repost @open_sky_wilderness Incredible Program.
When you go through an experience, you remember those that surrounded you. When a student prepares to graduate from Open Sky, each member of the family has an overwhelming level of gratitude and appreciation for all the people that supported them along the way. These guides, therapists and family service members were there for every pivotal moment: every laugh, every tear, every struggle and every epiphany. In this picture, the mother of a graduating student expresses her gratitude. At the heart of each relationship we have with Open Sky students and their parents, is a level of respect. This respect you cannot replicate and it cannot be taught. You must feel it, you must know its presence. We thrive off a mutual level of trust and respect with all families. This is one of the many reasons why the Open Sky experience is so unique.