Just a rambling of thoughts, thinking out loud, textualizing ideas, and clarifying my thought process.
I promise, this post isn’t all about these rarely seen bugs. There was work to be done, work was done, spirits are high, the mind is clear, and I guess I just need more patience.
Not hike related, but relationship related. Night photography, open thoughts, and a nice date.
Nice moderately hard hike to keep the mind going well, body working hard, and creative juices flowing.
Little path in Hooper, felt like my childhood hangouts.
I forgot what I was going to say, but it was a decent walk, not a lot happened, but I did take one of my favorite pictures yet (fence with light bleeding above and below).
Group hike up to Malan’s Peak. Really fun, not nearly as difficult as the other week, and lots of fun with the entire group.
Really great hike up past Pineview Reservoir. Really relaxed, learned a few things from our host, and had a tasty burger and a beer at the Shooting Star Saloon.
Pliking Group – Picking up trash as you hike, or walk, or just scour a trail in the middle of the city.
A wonderful hike, wonderful skycandy, long over due conversations, and some hard pills to digest and grow from. 100% gratitude, respect, and appreciation from the deepest parts of my heart.
Inside my head, writing in this blog is as vital to my healing journey, and self care process as seeing my therapist, photography, hiking, and the medication I take (not anything big, just anxiety/depression stuff). Yesterday however, I decided to offer my help, unasked for, unrequested, and hopefully appreciated. This blog is a little about my walk today, and a […]
Second time hiking this trail, first time with a new friend. I love hiking alone, but sometimes, it’s nice to hike with a voice that isn’t in your head.
This hike was quite a bit different than my normal hikes. Tonight I wasn’t in my head, working through an issue I was dealing with, guilt I was working on forgiving myself for, and I wasn’t hiking to get a circular thought out of my mind. Tonight, I was thinking about being in the dating world again. The people I’ve […]
Went on a hike with a new friend. I made us a picnic lunch, she provided a new trail to explore. It was a really nice, relaxing, day. I highly recommend Limber Pine Trail if you just want an easy, smooth, walk in the shade (With peek-a-boo glimpses of Bear Lake).
Weird little hike, great views, non-existent canyon, and great wind, rain, and cool temps.
Couple hours at a street fair. Lots of people watching, and some fun weather.
As basic as the trail tonight.
Another night hike, but this one felt creepy, a little scary, and was pretty difficult due to the steepness, and how dark it was.