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Best part of being a Video Producer
the amazing people I get to work with & meet along the way 😘
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What a great little setup for @nicolethewildthing
and her cute pup! We love seeing people bring their pets along on their journeys. Do you travel with pets?
☀️✌🏼Driveway Vibes with our Cuz Cuz @asherwild
When you’re just so happy all you want to do is hang upside down 🙃...⠀
These past 6 weeks of hard work have finally paid off in the form of this new jungle gym 💕⠀
Thank you thank you thank you @vanessaandadam
for helping me bring this vision to life!⠀
[Day 60] All the chores this morning while I was at the campground. Dishes, laundry, cooking, cleaning, writing, working… until checkout time.
Drove to Capitol Reef National Park. Kind of surprised this entire area isn’t a national park. It’s so freakin beautiful everywhere you turn. Not exactly a boring drive. I did a shorter 3.8mi / 6.6km Rim Overlook Trail hike to get a better look at the park, and jogged back down. Had the trail almost to myself but jogged past a group of guys on the way down who seemed very impressed by my running down, judging by the comments I overheard passing them. Was a pretty trail with TONS of desert flowers and pretty awesome view from the overlook. Pretty varied too. The start had really cool lava looking rocks that had a blueish black side, almost like they’d gotten sunburnt, which created a really interesting color spectrum with all the grey green desert plants around.
Just driving the main road through Capitol Reef you really don’t get much sense of this park. And honestly, I barely scraped the surface of this place. The Visitor Center showed all kinds of really cool segments of this wrinkle in the earths crust and I’d love to go back with a geology book to learn more and hike my way to this long and skinny park.
I’d already eaten an early dinner but needed to get some more work done so I found a small little diner and got a margarita and a bowl of chips and guac while I worked. Pretty sweet way to round out this day of hot hiking. As I was heading toward the place I was going to stay at for the night, I saw a signs toward a town where my aunt was staying overnight on the way through the area… so I detoured a bit to meet up with Lesley and Greg, who were driving from Southern California to visit my cousin in South Dakota (I’m coming soon too Kim!) and got all their road tripping tips and tricks of where to go and what to see. They’ve been everywhere!!