I know it was long overdue, but I just finished reading The Emerald Mile. This book brilliantly tells the story of the Grand Canyon speed record set during the massive spring runoff of 1983. The story lays out the human history of the Canyon, the politics surrounding its conservation, and the epic adventure of running a river at flood levels. It’s a great read and I highly recommend it! It has me nostalgic about my own trips to Grand Canyon and looking forward to the next!
I rarely take landscape photos and it’s even more rare that I post them! But I love this shot I took while on my road trip. This was at the west side of the Grand Canyon. The way the sky is split into two tones kills me 😩😍
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No snow in the forecast this weekend for #GrandCanyon ! Let’s meet up for adventures on the South Rim!
Every moment is a chance to start again. Let go of regret. That ish is toxic and will never lead to healing. Screw the shoulda , coulda, wouldas. Remind yourself you are human and part of this human experience is making mistakes. Whatever it is, whatever choice or choices you made that you've come to be ashamed of- forgive yourself. Set yourself free of those chains. They do not serve you. This process certainly doesn't haven't to take place in isolation- cue #benefitsofcounseling ❤ *
📸me- Taken at #grandcanyonnationalpark . When you are the presence of something as vast and breathtaking as the Grand Canyon, you know there is no time to waste on beating yourself up for past mistakes. There is so much beauty in this world to discover. Beauty within yourself to uncover. You are SO much more than your mistakes. There is SO much to this life. Don't let shame and regret keep you stuck in an unhealthy mindset. *
Hope everyone has a great weekend! Happy Friday! ✌&❤ to all
Grand indeed, the colours are mesmerising 💙💜❤️🧡💛💚 It was two days of my American escapade spent eating blueberry pie as the sun went down at an edge lookout, hiking down and back up the canyon at record speed, riding bikes around the perimeter hearing about all the canyon visitor near misses and flying over in a helicopter to truly take in the size of this natural beauty 😍 memories I’ll never forget #grandcanyon#grandcanyonnationalpark
Back from Sara's @moongoddess226 birthday trip. Can you tell where we went?
Thanks to the Rangers and other park employees who are still on the job even though they aren't getting paid. Your efforts and dedication to our public lands are very much appreciated!