Sunday bike sesh’s might be comin’ to an end soon. We have snow on the mountain people🤘! #UpHillSux
I should really get better health insurance. Short vid from today’s ride 🚵♀️ #UpHillSux
What does it all mean...Setting goals for myself so I can get back to making memories like I have of this place. Why? Because that’s how I achieve fulfillment. The man HAD A PLAN to build a canal. I’m trying to build canals! Heavy metaphor; hope it makes sense. #WednesdayRants
Photography has been on the back burner for me lately. I’ve been focusing on putting the camera down and being more “in the moment”; less time turning dials and more time embracing what’s in front of me. Such a juggling act with this hobby 📸.
This is why I stayed in Oregon after college. I’m able to camp deep in the mountains within 30 minutes from home to watch a meteor shower, and then casually show up to work the next day🤷♂️. Bless up.
I can’t sleep and it’s 1AM so here’s a photo from my recent trip to the Wallowa Mountains⛰ .
So I’m 100% not one to bring up social issues on social media because I’m a strong believer that you can be super passionate about your own political/social opinion without letting everyone in the world know, but I really want to rant about the message that a photographer out of Utah @Phillmonson is trying to share.
As Bend being one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, our trails and town have been extremely saturated...Sorry OG Bendites, but this is going to happen. You can’t live in tremendously beautiful place in U.S and expect to pay $300 a month for rent and not have people want to visit all the time. Moving forward, keeping our trails and town clean is totally in our control. Like any other social issue, change can’t happen if people don’t take responsibility and contribute to society. If you are like me and want Bend to remain beautiful, pick up trash whenever you see it, and when hiking/backpacking, pack in what you pack out because the glass window effect is a real thing. It doesn’t take time out of your day, “it ain’t yo job to pick up other people’s mess” I GET IT. But come on, it’s not hard to pick up some trash when walking along the Deschutes or downtown..Plus It kinda makes you feel better about yourself as well😊 #FoodForThought