There are no bigger moments in life than those you have with friends.
I'm headed home after taking some time off to go see my Canadian friends and family. Most notably, my buddy Chad from @treelineoutdoors and his little family. For all those out there in the world that have supported, shared, sent prayers for he and his family as he continues to fight ALS, I sincerely thank you. He is doing alright but the fight isn't up yet. And fight he has! Wow, once again we created unforgettable memories on this trip. Chad, I'll see you soon buddy. My Canadian family, big love and take care of one another! #untilnexttime
#CapForACause, Stoke with pride! Knowing you're supporting something important, feels good. This isn't just a fashion statement, but a movement that will do good! As my efforts grow and change from project to project, so will these Caps. Each a symbol of the good left in the world as a percentage of the proceeds will help support the mission at hand. Thank you for the love, we are all truly in this together.
FIRST UP! The Chad Series
The first mission: Help my good friend Chad Kendrick of Treeline Outdoors, fight ALS. All proceeds will go to help he and his family during this trying time. #leaveabettertrace
An ancient lake bed... I've read, during the last two million years a series of ice ages transformed this basin into what it is today. As each ice shelf melted, runoff and increased rainfall filled many of the regions closed basins, forming large pluvial lakes. Some ancient lakes covered up to as much as 1,000 square miles! As the climate became drier they shrank away. So cool!
All it takes is a little imagination and a lot of desire to nerd out in places like these. The juxtaposition of this geological feature, the play, and the stars above will having me shaking my head for days to come. So surreal. #wearestillwild