This is “Árbol de Navidad” (Christmas Tree) in Parque Nacional Cañón del Sumidero, seen from a boat. This was definitely the highlight of my trip down the river... this photo honestly doesn’t do this place justice. The water cascaded down the tree-like rock formation covered in moss- as the wind blew, it swayed like a sparkly glittery curtain ✨
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One of my favorite things to do on a hot Summer day is to hike to a waterfall and, after enjoying it, get soaked right before going back to the car for a much cooler hike😉. Most of my hikes end at a waterfall. My IG feed is full of waterfalls and I love it. I never get tired of them and I hope to visit many more! #myhappyplace
📍Fifty Foot Falls - September 2018. When I visited last year, I had to swim to get to it. This year, I just walked up to it. Crazy what a flood can do!
Power has been out all morning at work so I did this photo
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LOUIE is proud to introduce Tom Beckbe
The Tensaw Jacket has set-in sleeves,gusseted underarms, and a bi-swing back to allow for full range of motion,its twill lining is dyed with Alabama Red Clay
MADE in USA
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Colorado's Million Dollar Highway is well worth the drive... even when covered in clouds.⠀
The southwest corner of Colorado from Durango > Silverton > Ouray > Telluride are all some of my favorite places we’ve seen. ⠀
About 1/3 of the way through the Chain Lakes Loop trail from Artist's Point you arrive at set of 3 incredible lakes. We sat at the the bank of the first lake to enjoy the view and have a snack before finishing up the last 5 miles of the trail.
Here's another one on a personal note. At the end of the day all is fine and I'm still very excited to be here. I just wanted to talk about all parts of the journey instead of just showing you the happy ones.
It's been over two months since we moved to Norway and after all the excitement I'm having a bit of a hard time this week. I'm feeling sad, agitated and restless. I was expecting this to happen eventually, so in a way we're right on track.
I feel bad about how visiting my parents for a few days next week feels like going home, because Norway is my home now. I feel bad about acknowledging what a relief it will be to be surrounded by people who get me and not having to try so hard. I feel bad about not being more like Sam who's hand-on mentality I really admire. I feel bad about how I still don't speak Norwegian and how a part of me doesn't want to because "I'm fine like this and we won't be living here forever any way". I'm struggling with those negative feelings because of the thought that I made the decision to move, so I don't get to feel bad about it. Which is of course as ridiculous as it sounds.
What I'm dealing with is resistance. I know that resistance is just a disguise, and what hides beneath is fear. I know that when you make bold moves, resistance will show up as part of the process. I know this all makes perfect sense and that I just have to accept that I'm scared and step up. But most of the time that's easier said then done, isn't it? ● ⋒ ~
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An old photo from a trip to Rockhampton with the fam. Ocean views always makes me feel calm especially on sunny days like this one ☝️🤗🌞
A l l S e t 🌳👦🏼 Having this full set as a uniform has been the best thing ever!! He’s worn it so so much and it’s blumin’ brilliant. Warm, colourful and so so waterproof! I just love it! His favourite part is his rucksack, which he keeps calling his “handbag” 🤦🏼♀️ hahaha .