What’s the coolest adventure you have been on this year?? 👇
Adventure is hard work 😓 and pursuing hard work is sometimes an easy NO. The rewards are always worth the work so if you want it to happen YOU need to make it happen 💥
Doğanın keyfini çıkaranlarda bugün.
Bir köpek için henüz genç diyebileceğimiz yaş sınırının biraz üstüne çıktı, eskisi kadar uzun uzun koşmaların yerini kısa süreli koşturmalar aldı, yürüyüşlerimiz değişti, uykularımız çoğaldı. Evet evet yaşlanıyoruz, belki de yaşlandık.
Güzel olan hep beraber olabilmek, birlikte paylaşımlarda bulunabilmek.
Köpek ile kamp yapmak zor olmuyor mu?
Sorusunu sizlerden sık sık duyuyoruz.
- Kolay olmuyor ama keyfide bir başka oluyor. Doğa da olmak ve dostlarımız ile beraber olmak, onlarında bizim gibi keyifli olduğunu görmek, hissetmek işin o zor kısmını bize unutturuyor.
Şimdi sessiz olalım Missy şekerleme yapıyor 😊 💚🐾🏕
// y e s t e r d a y . o n c e . m o r e
O Lord, Please take me here again next year. I remember how I post my dreams to go exploring #ladakh and then the universe make it happen gracefully !
Pangong Lake in the morning. From my bare naked eyes.
It's mad, not too long ago, people lived in such different conditions than we do now. I think that given the things happening in the world in the early 20th century, we don't know real struggle. At least definitely in the West. In Cuba, I met an older woman and visited her house. It dated from back to early 50s, in the swamps of the Bay of Pigs. They were 9 children, living with parents. All living in what is essentially a living room, with an earth floor, wooden walls and a leaf ceiling. No closed windows. The material they used was the Royal Palm Tree. It's the emblematic tree of Cuba, it's a super tall and thick whitish palm tree. I put a few pictures of how people lived. The middle picture is where they would dry their dishes. I also can't really imagine how hard it must have been to live in a swamp region, with very intense tropical rains (rained so much and so fast that some roads were a meter under water so we had to use horses to get places) and the earth as your floor. Imagine how damp the soil would have been when it rained. Also when we were there, we saw the occasional snake (non venemous) in the houses. Not necessarily the best pet when they're not wanted. Anyways, those people were actually a bit wealthier than their neighbors.