There's a lot of fun to be had in Park City beyond skiing. Try activities like ice skating, bouldering, bowling, strolling along Main Street, or checking out the Utah Olympic Park! #parkcity#familyvacation#visitutah
Next stop on our Road Trip, Bryce Canyon National Park! It's been on our bucket list for years, and you can see why! The rock formations are very unique and amazing to see in person. These rock formations are called hoodoos, which are actually plateaus that have eroded because of rain and the cold. Some are as tall as a 10 story building!
#Keynote#Speaker Shoutout to Pete Sands (@petesandsman) who will be presenting at the #UtahUFOFest in #MemorialDayWeekend!
Pete Sands is a Musician/Filmmaker from southern utah and a long time UFO/Paranormal researcher. Born and raised on the Navajo-Indian reservation Sands was surrounded from childhood by elders who taught him stories about aliens, UFO's, and the paranormal. His research into the paranormal began in the latter years of his high school education. It was the legendary visitation by Navajo demigods in May of 1996 that sparked a new interest in the paranormal. Sands started research on the connections made between his Navajo culture and to other cultures worlds away. During his time at Weber State University Sands immersed himself into the idea of the "Ancient Astronaut" theory and began presenting his research on panels around campus. Sands soon found himself delving into filmmaking and started a podcast called “the Nightly Truckin Sessions” which broadcasted live from paranormal hotspots, like: Skinwalked Ranch, Canyon De Chelly, etc. Currently Sands and his film company “SidewinderTV” are filming a new series focusing on Native Americans and their connections to extraterrestrials.
Don’t look down 😬 I crawled to the edge of this cliff because it was a vertical drop down... this is just before the final climb to Angel’s Landing and we had to turn around because it was too icy and slippery. But that’s a reason to come back! •
Have you ever gone back somewhere to explore more? • 📸 @brendanvanson
Our first time doing a bit of more serious off-roading with the Renegade. It probably wasn’t that bad, but I did manage to get a front tire up in the air without realizing it. We also ended up off the path a few times so now we’re basically seasoned vets and can start doing our own Jeep tours. 😎
Have you gone off the beaten path in a vehicle before? On purpose or by accident?
📷: Mavic Pro
Travel tip: Head to the hill in Park City, Utah during the Sundance Film Festival to get the slopes all to yourself 👊⛷
Raise your hand if you could live in one of these colorful Park City mountain homes! 🙋🏽♂️🙋🏽
// The art of living...is neither careless drifting on the one hand nor fearful clinging to the past on the other. It consists in being sensitive to each moment, in regarding it as utterly new and unique, in having the mind open and wholly receptive. // ALAN WATTS //
Be intentional. Be open to experience as it comes to you. Notice the beauty of the moment - the covered trees and your breath in foggy puffs in the air that stings your cheeks. The storm clouds dissipating to wisps and giving you the gift of late afternoon light on fresh snow. I know I live in an exceptionally beautiful place, but it’s rad out there, you guys. Chase your bliss. Dive into the present moment as it is. Cherish every breath.
What if you could?
@instagram’s limit on how many accounts you can be signed into at once really keeps me away from this account since the accounts I get paid to manage take priority over this. Maybe one day I’ll be able to dedicate some actual time to it.
Back to reality today. I need to make a to-do list because I feel like I have a lot to do right now and it’s starting to get overwhelming and anxiety inducing. At least these pretty snow covered trees are calming to look at 🌲🗻❄️
My next big trips is New Orleans. And guess what? I have no trails planned for the trip! 😱 Who am I? I've been looking for ALL types of food spots there though. I'm always down to try and do new things so I'd love to hear what anyone has to suggest 😘
Focused, detailed, intimate- anyone else see a correlation between this macro shot from @em.hamson and the Insta Inspire Retreat?? Small group settings to allow deeper conversations and great opportunities for learning! Emily has a breakout specifically for Macro Photography and can answer YOUR questions- how fabulous is that?!? But...You have to attend! Sign up and join us today! Link in profile. #instainspire2018 presented by @tamronusa