I was trying to take a photo of my face and then got distracted by a mountain goat just as the shutter clicked. But I think that this is a better representation of an average mountain day with me. We went out to find yellow larch trees and a little bit of snow in the alpine but instead got sidetracked checking out a beautiful alpine lake and almost missed our sunset. I get asked a lot why I don’t show my face in photos and I don’t really have a good reason why - I tend to feel gross and sweaty and my hair is always full of dirt when the views are just right for photo ops(this was no exception a good 18km into our hike). But as such a commonly asked question I figured I would try to show more than the back of my head a little more. So I am curious why you guys would like to see more of as I continue on this journey? ⠀ ⠀
📷 - @ryanclennett
This stop at Redwood National Park on the @drinkevolve Road-Trip was our second time there, and it won't be our last. There's a special kind of magic you feel when walking amongst some of the largest trees in the world.
If you haven't already, check the link in my bio for our latest guides to Lake Clark and Katmai NP ✌🏻
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"There are far better things ahead than any we leave behind." ↠C.S. Lewis