I post mostly outdoor activities, dogs, and photos of my travels in North America.

"One cannot violate the promptings of one's nature without that nature recoiling upon itself."
-Jack London
morning hike

morning hike

Of course, we need some amount of money and things to meet our most basic needs: food, clothing, shelter, etc. But beyond that, the way we spend our money would be better spent on cultivating the types of experiences we love rather than just buying things to fill our homes.

http://www.desktodirtbag.com/stop-buying-things-and-start-doing-things/

On our way back from the island we ran into some rain. We waited for the worst to clear before heading out.

On our way back from the island we ran into some rain. We waited for the worst to clear before heading out.

Playing in the back yard

Playing in the back yard

Today.

Today.

regressingforward:

Spencer Gordon’s home away from home

regressingforward:

Spencer Gordon’s home away from home

longlongwinter:

photographersdirectory:

My name is Devon Berquist and I am 23 year old photographer from the Yukon Territory (northern Canada). I grew up travelling and have carried a camera with me for years, documenting the people I meet, the places I see and other precious moments I don’t want to forget. This photo was taken during a summer roadtrip across Canada.[Tumblr] [Website] [Facebook]

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longlongwinter:

photographersdirectory:

My name is Devon Berquist and I am 23 year old photographer from the Yukon Territory (northern Canada). I grew up travelling and have carried a camera with me for years, documenting the people I meet, the places I see and other precious moments I don’t want to forget. This photo was taken during a summer roadtrip across Canada.
[Tumblr] [Website] [Facebook]

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travelwithjulie:

Be a traveller… not a tourist. 

travelwithjulie:

Be a traveller… not a tourist. 

(via fuckyeahbackpacking)

I found a geocache here

I found a geocache here

adventurerun:

m-orbidden:

Wolves get a bad rap in folklore, but Jim and Jamie Dutcher spent six years (1990-1996) living among them to prove wolves aren’t big bad guys. Living without electricity, running water, radio or phones, based on a yurt near Idaho’s Sawtooth wilderness (which sees 5-6 feet of snow in winter), the couple socialized with a pack from the time they were pups, getting an unprecedented look at the pack’s day-to-day life. “We formed a deep relationship … it was the kind of unshakable trust that wolves usually share only with their own pack, a bond that would last a lifetime.”

Sweet Jesus, that would be amazing. I want to do awesome stuff like this with someone.

(via wildrejoicingwaters)