Almost 2 year ago, I had the chance to visit one of the most amazing places in Colombia! Cocora Valle is a national park close to Salento where you can find Colombia national tree the wax palm that can reach up to 60 meters - - - • - - - Hace casi 2 años, tuve la oportunidad de conocer uno de los lugares más mágicos de Colombia! El Valle del Cocora, es un parque nacional muy cerca a Salento donde se puede encontrar el árbol nacional de Colonia, la palma de cera que puede alcanzar unos 60 metros de altura! #Salento#Cocora#ColombiaEsSabrosura#EveryDayAdventures#bmwmotorrad
Learning that some people just don’t get a front row seat to my life. Not when they bought the cheap tickets.🎟
There will always be people who don’t agree with you, people who criticize what you do. But you get to decide who gets a say. Especially when you are following a calling on your heart. 💛 There are people who need that thing you are going to make, create, say, do. And the people who don’t like it? It was never meant for them anyway. Stop being scared and step into your potential.
So thankful that I started this morning with a Live Stream full of wisdom from @mrdavehollis. It was exactly what I needed.☀️
(Also... feel free to criticize me for forgetting the word ONE in the first freaking sentence of this quote card 😂)
Every week we are so stoked to explore and get lost and discover all new places in Colorado. This past weekend, we got to share what we love most about living here with the best of company. Enjoying this incredible spot with genuine friends makes it even more epic! If you’re passing through Rocky Mountain National Park, find the Timberline Falls scramble up to Sky Pond. No matter the season...it’s worth it!
In Big Bend National Park there’s a Port of Entry to the little Mexican village of Boquillas. After passing through the border station you walk a quarter mile on a sandy and muddy path to the bank of the Rio Grande. After a row boat ride across the river manned by a friendly Hispanic man, you walk up on a horse and burro corral. From there, you ride a mile with incredible views the mountains to the south into the village which is made up of splendidly bright colors and cheerful people. Handcrafted souvenirs, often with stitching that says “No Wall”, adorn nearly every casita and eatery. Time seems to slow down there. Just beyond the hot pink house on the left of the Main Street lies a blush pink casita, and a friendly face in the doorway. She makes fresh flour tortillas in her kitchen and they’re so delicious she should charge more than $3 a pack. The two restaurants in town are owned by the same family and sit directly across Main Street from each other. The smaller of the two offers 3 rotating plates, damn good margaritas and plenty of conversation in both English and Spanish. The larger restaurant serves up excellent tequila and views of the Rio and adjacent mountains. The saloon in town is dusty and bare and perfect for drinking a cerveza and meeting new friends. The border station closes daily at 6pm and upon re-entry to America you approach a futuristic machine with a screen and phone where you speak with a Border Patrol Agent out of El Paso to confirm your identity.
A trip to Boquillas is always a trip to remember.
When we got home we couldn’t wait to wake up and make juevos rancheros with our fresh stack of handmade tortillas and flip through these photos and videos of our time in one of our favorite places in the world. Enjoy.
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When fall is here and it’s raining. Y’all, why is it so cold?! 💦 #SeacoastNH
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We are getting ready to hit the roads and the trails before he is even leash trained or can go out in public yet 😅😂☺️ doesn’t hurt to be prepared!! ✌🏻