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I’ve had TLC stuck in my head ever since I took this photo. #90schild (at Upper Falls)
I learned the difference between a national park and a national forest today. Any guesses? (at Middle Falls)
Eric and I found the most beautiful fishing hole tucked away in the forest today, surrounded by golden meadows, cascading mountains, the heavenly smell of pine trees, and nothing but the sound of birds chirping, the river running, and trout leaping out of the water. Being in the wilderness makes my heart sing. #psalm148  (at Mt Shasta National Forest)
Fishing down by the railroad tracks 🎣 (at Mt Shasta National Forest)
I love Sunday afternoons.
The sky was doing crazy things today.
Post work workout and the best salad I’ve ever had. Not a bad way to end the dayπŸ‘Œ
Happy Birthday America! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ  (at America!)
When in L.A. for the day, why not explore a few coffee shops? β˜•οΈ (at Copa Vida)
πŸ—» #emojisinreallife (at Glacier Bay Wilderness)
Objects on Instagram are larger than they appear. This glacier is actually 350 feet tall and 21 miles long.  (at Margerie Glacier)
There is a bay in Alaska that has been carved and shaped by glaciers over thousands of years. John Muir visited this bay in the late 1800s to prove his theory that Yosemite Valley (one of my favorite places on earth) was also carved by glaciers. Although the two places have completely different climates and landscapes today, they both leave me standing in awe of God and His ability to create such complex beauty. (at Glacier Bay Wilderness)
at White Pass Summit Skagway Alaska
at White Pass Summit Skagway Alaska
In Skagway, we hopped on an old railcar built during the Klondike Gold Rush in the late 1800s. The train connected the port of Skagway, Alaska to Yukon, Canada. As we scaled up the mountain through White Pass Summit and into Yukon Territory, snow began to fall on the completely untouched landscape. It was easily one of the most beautiful places I’ve ever seen and definitely the most fun I’ve ever had taking photos. (at White Pass Summit Skagway Alaska)