We’re home from an 11 day road trip traveling from Washington state to Colorado. (Four days in the car!)
I’ve learned that when I’m traveling, I’m not as consistent as sharing online...which could be a bad thing, but honestly, the opposite of that is that I’m being fully PRESENT with the company I’m with (in this case the man and family).
So while there’s guilt and a feeling of being behind, I was *kind of* on vacation, where it’s important to be present and disconnect-which I did (I had some coaching calls while in Colorado that were pre-planned before our trip) I still feel a little discombobulated coming back home. We got home late Monday night and I started a new coaching group with 90+ new people this week, so I’ve been on the go! .
Honestly while I love traveling, I much prefer an international vacation over a road trip in a car, but it was nice to explore some beautiful places here in the USA along the way, and see our family.💚
Do you prefer traveling by car or plane? USA or international?
I’m happy to be home and not in a car!😂
📷 Middle of Colorado or Utah 😂
Returning home to the the incredible views ofArches National Park. "Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity; and that mountain parks and reservations are useful not only as fountains of timber and irrigating rivers, but as fountains of life." -John Muir-
In light of reading @phillmonson post about reports of vandalism dramatically increasing the last few years, I want to welcome but also URGE anyone new to the outdoors and park system to treat it with the respect it deserves so that the generations to come can visit and leave feeling cleansed and recharged by mother nature the same way I have.
We must leave it even better than we found it which means
1- Picking up our own trash but also picking up others litter when we see it.
2- Not writing/ scratching into rocks, trees, or just being destructive.
3- Reporting people who you see doing these things to the authorities. These places aren't just "cool spots for IG pictures" It's our heritage, plant's & animal's home, and therapy for all of us. #utah_forever#utah#moab#Arches
Arches est un parc qui regroupe un très grand nombre d'arches naturelles (environ 2000 mais seules 90 arches sont accessibles au public). Il est touristique mais loin des foules du Grand Canyon ou de Yellowstone ! ☀️@patrickgrem