What's up world! On this wonderful Wednesday, I am thinking about all of the fabulous things in life. Something that tops that list is
whiskey the opportunity to step back from the busy crush of humanity that we know as civilization to get back to nature.
I am thoroughly enjoying this look back at some snaps taken at Big Cottonwood Canyon from our Utah trip several weeks ago. The canyon was gorgeous, even though many of the trails were still super populated. I was actually pretty happy to see how many people were out hiking because it meant that SB and I were among many like-minded people. When the trails got too crowded, we were bad and pulled out the phone to geocache a bit off the beaten path. I'm not actually sure that we really found any real caches, because we never encountered a log book, but there was one point when we'd scaled the side of a cliff, discovered a few dead animals, and each nearly wiped out several times, I found a pipe buried in the leaves in roughly the geographic region that the cache was supposed to be.
In any case, we had a lovely wander. While climate change is often on my mind, I was happy to see that the leaves were already beginning to change, as I've been worrying about how I'll deal with my first autumn without change-y leaves in Las Vegas.
Also, sometimes, a gal just needs a day with no makeup. This was that day!
Can you spot SB^?