Wilderness Goals (@wildernessgoals)

Make time for the great outdoors 🌲 #wildernessgoals

sgretchen (@sgretchenk)

Hottehüh ... What a nice trip to the Eldborg crater. Sunny and no tourist swarms... /was ein herrlicher Trip zum Eldborg Krater, bei perfektem Wanderwetter und ohne Touristenmassen 😍
#iceland #naturelover #nature #natur #sgretchenontour #outdoor #wanderlust #wandern #sony #ontheroad #ontour #feelingblessed #feelingfree #mearoundtheworld #theworldisyours #theworldisours #reiseblogger #reisen #berge #mountains #westerniceland #eldborg #womenwhohike #peoplewhohike #picoftheday #picsart #island

Hike More (@hike.more)

Who here is excited for summer? 🙋🏼🏔️🌲

Fort Stanwix National Monument (@fort.stanwix.nps)

"Every one lives by selling something." - Robert Louis Stevenson

The portage between the Mohawk River and Wood Creek was called the Oneida Carry. It is the site of #FortStanwix and the place where the #ErieCanal began in 1817. The Six Nations or Iroquois used it long before any Europeans moved into the area. The Oneida Carry took on new importance for the Six Nations as they became involved in the fur trade. Furs were brought south to trade with the Dutch and English, and northeast to trade with the French. In exchange for the furs, European trade goods traveled west. The English began to exert a presence in the area of the carry as early as 1727, when they built a fortified trading post at Oswego. They later erected stockades on both ends of Oneida Lake. By the early 1750s the Oneida Carry had developed into an active station with two landings on each end, the “upper landings" for high water and "lower landings" for the drier seasons. Native Americans and Europeans in the area made a business out of supplying wheeled transport to haul freight over the carry. The first sutler licensed by both the Oneidas and the English was an Oneida woman named Sarah Anise. Here we see a batteaux loaded with trade good and furs. RPR
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Sarah D (@iltakeyououtboy)

"Challenges are what make life interesting and overcoming them is what makes life meaningful." - Joshua J Marine #saddlemountain #conqueryourfears #roamingwomen #oregonhikers

Erik Jacobs (@erikwaynejacobs)

Another picture from my Friday adventure 🌞😊 #pnw #trails #hiking #peoplewhohike

Lillian Gjuvsland (@lilligju)

Fekk endeleg tatt turen til Ulvanåso🙆 Nydeleg vårskitur i eit fantastisk vêr🌞😎⛷️ #kvinnherad #mittvestland #mittfriluftsliv #utno #liveterbestute #turjenter

Vasja Bočko (@vaskodagama1)

Worked here over summer a few years back. Great to be back again!

Jacqueline 🕉️ 🇲🇽 (@jackkiea)

California dreamin 💭

Antonia Kyle (@tonilou)

Still thinking about this place ✨#fossilcreek
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