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⭐️😀'Do not follow where the path may lead. Go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.' Ralph Waldo Emerson
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Happy Midsummer Day to Finland, Sweden, and Estonia, some of my most favorite places on Earth. I hope all of my friends there have a fantastic day. And now that we have had our longest day of 2018, remember that Winter is Coming! 😂 #midsummer#scandinavia
With us being on the way to Ella Rock, this is what our recent guest Hannah had to say about @ellaalpineresort “Me and my friend had a wonderful stay at Alpine Resort. The room was super nice and clean, with a really comfy bed and great wifi. Perfect for relaxing after a hike, every big attraction(Ella rock, Nine arch bridge and Little Adams peak) are all in walking distance from the property. The view from Alpine Resort is breattaking and is so nice to enjoy the good breakfast while watching over amazing nature. Highly recommend staying at Alpine resort, a perfect place!”
Singapore seen from Marina Barrage. Image is a blend of 500 photos shot for a timelapse, showing the movement of people and the sky during the sunset.
Shot by @travelimagez with Nikon D750 and 20/1.8
Day 92. Mile 1259. Pennsylvania. Today marks three months on the trail. Normally I’d say something like I can’t believe how fast time has flown by... But from my experience the simplified life on this path allows you to feel each moment a little more, rather than a little less. The days feel as long as they should. Often times I think to myself how each day feels like it has a lifetime encapsulated within it. I definitely feel like I’ve been out here for three months. There are other factors involved as well. Like complete sobriety and lack of distractions. Life out here is boiled down to the essence. Sometimes I don’t know what day of the week it is. I usually keep time by calculating how much food I have left in my little bear bag and how long I can make it until my next resupply. Experiencing life this way has been such an amazing opportunity. At times it feels like this is a new lifestyle, but I know there is a definite ending. If all goes according to plan that ending will be sometime in August in north central Maine atop Mount Katahdin, the northern terminus of the trail. But walking this 2190 mile path requires unshakable will and resolve, a deep reserve of physical endurance, and quite a bit of good fortune. At this point I can see very clearly how fragile my time on the trail is, so I try to take as many mindful steps as I can. I’ve also realized that the goals and dreams that spur an adventure like this can change during the course of the journey. The “completion” of the trail doesn’t seem quite as important as it used to. But the lessons learned along the way seem even more so. For now I’m still walking north. If I can keep the right perspective and if I’m favored by good fortune maybe I’ll finish in Maine. But no matter what happens this incredible path has taught so me so much. It’ll probably take years to process it all. Much love friends. Onward. ✌🏼⛺️🐻