It’s great to be here. It’s great to be anywhere on top of a mountain side.
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Moab did not disappoint 🤘🏼
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Showcasing our Watercolor Range and Red Canyon shirts! Both designs by the talented @drawingfromnature. Both printed using eco-friendly, non-toxic inks (because why would you wear something so beautiful and show off your love for nature with toxic, plastic prints?!) And did you know...your purchase helps support environmental conservation organizations?! Proud to be a 1% for the Planet company!
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I think I’m more obsessed with the idea of travel than any particular destination. I get the same thrill from exploring new mountains and trails and lakes in the PNW as I did exploring new countries. There’s still a lot of places on my bucket list I plan to visit eventually, but for now, I found a new obsession 😁 #choosemountains
Week #2 of my new job... I am having SO much fun. The passion, energy and pure brilliance of the awesome people I work with make life exciting again. I was SO bored!
This pic is “Lily” - met her in my air bnb. I picked it partially as I thought there would be a dog. Never met the dog and won’t even be mad Lily tried to take a chunk out of my scarf (or head?!?). Lol. This was a blast. #workhardplayhard
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Because Ship Rock is sacred to the Navajo people, driving up to the formation (and of course climbing the formation) is not recommended. Being the rock enthusiasts that we are (😂) we still wanted to at least see it. So, we drove to Ship Rock, parked far enough away (where parking is allowed), and watched the sunrise from Vanerys. It was quite a magical experience. (Zoom in for cuteness overload) #🦄
“I remember when I started hiking and I didn’t want to go with anyone because I thought my pace would be too slow or that people would think I was too big to be a hiker. It’s actually crazy to think that I started this community and now meet total strangers to hike with. Even three years ago, I would of never have done that. I would of gotten anxious and bailed. Stepping out of my comfort zone though, made LGO and our events possible. I’m so thankful for this little community and all the ladies I have met along the way. And always remember that your body does not define you!” - Founder of LGO @fredetteriss#ladiesgetoutside#friyay
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🥃😇'As a woman I have no country. As a woman I want no country. As a woman, my country is the whole world.' Virginia Woolf
☀️🌺Where are your travel location to go?💘
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⛱😄“I see my path, but I don’t know where it leads. Not knowing where I’m going is what inspires me to travel it.” – Rosalia de Castro 💋 Don’t you fancy going on holidays? Tag your bestfriend that you want to travel with ! 🐠🗻🥃
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🌱😉'Like all great travellers, I have seen more than I remember, and remember more than I have seen.' Benjamin Disraeli 😍Do you adore exploring? Tag your partner that you love to travel with ! 🏔💖🌍
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💚😍'I dislike feeling at home when I am abroad.' George Bernard Shaw
🚢🌎What are your fantasy location to go?👸
August 30, 2011 - Oh come on, let me have this one. It's not every day you get to feel like a bad ass.
I'm crossing freezing cold waters, hiding from the police, trying not burn my skin (any exposed will blister)...I decided on ending a 6 week long riding partnership and giving up maps and a working camp stove. Because...I can do this...and I don't need drama or people giving me shit for me being me.
It really was the most liberating and empowering decision I have ever made. I would decide I didn't want to marry the man waiting for me at home. I learned to trust myself...and strangers...and damn it...I learned to love myself.
I decided it was better to be absolutely alone than tolerate unkindness. It was an absolute risk and I was frightened more than you could imagine. But I made it out, alive, and stronger than I had ever felt on my life.
It was a journey of a lifetime...coming out well underweight, not to menstruate for 7 months after...fingernails pulling up from the nail beds...finger tips with deep cracks that only duct tape can repair.
I'd have a nervous breakdown, but pull myself together out there...I'd "hallucinate" and envision my death after being "buried alive in my tent". Yeah, shit gets crazy up there...and I'm sure some of you know what I'm talking about. Magic and Mystery and it only begins to make sense when you come down. It took me three years to really come to terms with what happened up there. There a few things that happened, if I told you...you would think I was absolutely bonkers. Magic...it's absolutely magical up there.
Happy Friday, Campers! We are so stoked for the weekend adventures, and we're kicking it off like we always do- with another installment of our #WeekendWarrior series on the blog! Head over to read more about @agailtaylor's upcoming adventures and where she started. We love getting to share your stories on where you came from and where your headed!
Every story is different, but we've all got 1 thing in common- our love for the outdoors. Read the feature, then get outside!
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Couple of flights over lake Como. Check it out!!! 😀
Have you ever participated in a dive against debris?
It’s not only fun but you can also do your part to help get rid of some of all the trash that ends up in our oceans. Last month alone we collected 77kg!
Thanks to everyone who participated!
It feels really satisfying to fill a sketchbook:) I have a shelf of sketchbooks from the last 10 years and I love flipping through them every once in a while. This one is from the last 3 weeks. Most of these were painted outside, on adventures, or in the car. The last few are from the airplane ride back to Seattle from Switzerland. :) Which are your favorites?
I’ll be live on insta at 8pm PT tonight flipping through the book in real time and answering questions :) Join me then!
Thank you as always @ladiesallride ・・・
TeachableTuesday — The elusive bunnyhop 🙄🐇 Many people think lifting both wheels at the same time evenly is a bunny hop. Well, it’s not. That is called a level lift and can get you in trouble if you don’t have enough speed to jump over something. A bunny hop allows you to get closer to the obstacle to ensure both wheels clear it. 🤗💫 The bunny hop requires a forward “wind-up” and feet-stomp to preload the suspension. When the suspension compresses, immediately shift weight way back with a tall torso while directing the front wheel up into a “manual wheel lift”. Once the front wheel is at your maximum height jump up towards the front wheel with your body while bringing the rear wheel up with you. Your weight should shift over the center of the bike in the air so your arms are ready to land the front end. You can also land both wheels at once with a stomp of the feet to push the rear down at the same time as the front. Yes I pull up a bit with my feet clipped in, but I’m scooping up, not pulling straight up because I could come unclipped. (I will demonstrate flat pedals next time.) The winter months are a great time to practice those fun skills! Happy bunny-hopping. 🐰🐰🐰 bunnyhopbehappy ridebikesbehappy
It’s been nearly two months since we have done a group hike in Southern California and since the new year we have had so many new members sign up via our website. So yesterday, all of us… Women Who Hike members, both new and old came together for a short hike around Idyllwild’s beautiful tree-lined trails.
We were expecting snow… but the lack of it didn’t get our spirits down! After our short out and back hike most of us all hadn’t had enough of each other yet, so we headed into the quaint mountain town of Idyllwild for some brews and pizza.
I, @Im_NicoleMarie was so excited to see so many new people joining us and our entire group left having made connections, friendships and with advice and resources for all that you and we have planned in 2018. I spent a lot of time on the trail trying to hike alongside all of you and I was so impressed with the openness and ambition of everyone who joined us.
Just last week when talking about @womenwhohike, I said… “the kind of woman our community attracts is hands down the kind of woman I would want to share the trail with.” And yesterday’s hike proved me right, yet again about all of you and the #womenwhohike community as a whole.
Thanks to everyone who made the trip yesterday… I am looking forward to sharing the trail with you again and to also follow along with all of your adventures in 2018.
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