// @ColemanUSA made this camping trip the best! Having the accessibility to the Coleman Get Outdoors app they created only made finding a location to camp a lot easier and also simple "how-to" articles and videos to make this camping experience much better! #ColemanUSA#GetOutdoors#Coleman#ColemanCamping //
Me. This beer. This mountain. Pure bliss. Surrender yourself to the universe, kiss the mountain tops, hug the wind, and let the rhythms of the earth vibrate your soul ⛰♥️ #livinthedreambaby
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Letting go doesn’t mean you are giving up, quite the contrary. Letting go means that you believe so much in YOURSELF that you are willing to make the change. Letting go is not going to be easy- you’ll need to face those memories that randomly decide to show up on your phone (still salty about this, @apple) as well as the memories that burn in your head. It’s ok to miss those times. It’s ok to be sad. Honor your memories and accept your emotions for what they are. Let the thoughts float through your mind like a cloud. Acknowledge, them, then let them drift away ♥️✌🏼 #onelessproblemwithoutyou
This is right on the outskirts of South Park, Colorado, and yes it’s a real place, and no I don’t know Kenny
Highway 1, through Big Sur, is officially reopened! #DriveHWY1 is my favorite road.
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It's ✨ #sawarriorcrushwednesday ✨! Our #shoestringwarrior this week is ranger and film & tv producer, Greg Francek. As a public saftey ranger Greg is really kept on his toes all day. As a climber, Greg has had the honor of climbing with legends like Birdwell and Royal Robbins. As a film & tv producer, Greg had the incredible opportunity to document the discovery of a 13,000 year old human in an underwater cave for @natgeo! What has Greg NOT done? ....Worked behind a desk 😉
You can read more about Greg in the link in profile or go to 👉
We get asked a lot why we chose the #poptop. This is one of the reasons why
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This picture came about from me taking it horizontally, appreciating it, and then when I uploaded it to my computer, it became vertical and I felt it a more powerful image since. If you want to turn your phone on its side to see the original framing, go ahead. I felt this way it was more of a happy accident.
Still can’t get over the color of these hot springs. Also, still can’t get the smell of sulfur out of my shorts.
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Florida summers are pure nostalgia for me. Thunderstorms rolling in, volleyball on the beach, heat lightning lighting up the sky, jaw dropping sunsets, water so calm and clear you could just swim all day. Soaking in the time with both our families here has felt so good!
Affectionately known as the "Toy Train", this narrow guage railway is recognised as a UNESCO world heritage site. It has been passing over the same viaducts and through the same tunnels since it was opened by the British in 1906.
To escape the heat of stifling Indian summer, the town of Shimla was used as the centre of British government in India, in favour of the cooler climate in the foothills of the Himalayas.
We have another amazing article by Karin-Marijke from @landcruising.adventure up on the website. This week she discusses her and Coen find their pressure cooker vitally important for their overland adventure.
Do you use a pressure cooker while out? We would love to see some of your recipes! Tag your posts with #ThisIsLivingOverland for a chance to be featured in our feed!
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"Always respect Mother Nature. Especially when she weighs 400 pounds and is guarding her baby." —James Rollins⠀
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Adventure Woman - Tiffany Meyer is the first amazing woman we want to share with our followers. Watch for the new feature monthly! 🧗♀️
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After 9 rounds of samples...we’re finally done // www.atlas18.com
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In the midst of winter, I found there was, within me, an invincible summer.
And that makes me happy. For it says that no matter how hard the world pushes against me, within me, there’s something stronger – something better, pushing right back. - Albert Camus