Rumor says the northern lights are back on the sky for the season.
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Morning reflections after a sleepless night. The sun doesn’t always shine in Iceland so we were lucky to be at the right place at the right time. Shot on my #canon6Dmark2@canonusa
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The view from Angels Landing at sunset in Zion National Park. Happy Monday everyone 🙏🏽
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From a ridiculously smokey sunset last week in Mt. Rainier National Park.
Having spent my entire life living in the PNW I honestly can't remember days like this. When the sun is so dim you can almost stare directly at it, and the light glows a strange orange. Where hillsides and mountains disappear into the thick smoke that fills the sky. And the inescapable smell of campfire that fill your lungs every time you step outside. I can't help but think of what the future holds. Is this the new norm? What can we do to help prevent this?
Hey Sri Lanka, we’ve only been visiting you a day and I’m already obsessed with you 🧡 shoutout to @tri_lanka 🙌🏽 this place is a dream boat!!!
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Much to my surprise I was able to find some blue skies yesterday. 💙
Coming out of the mountains was a different story though. Throughout the day smoke from both British Columbia and Eastern Washington blanketed the state, but as it settled down lower, it gave way to some cleaner air up high. But what goes up, must come down - a.k.a. us. Driving down from the trailhead and dropping elevation was nuts... the hazy views that we’d seen on the way in were now completely gone.
I’ve lived in Washington my whole life, and these last few years have been incredibly sad for me to see what the new norm has become in and around our area during wildfire season. 😢
As always, be safe out there. And when the air quality is bad, stay indoors as much as you can. We got extremely lucky with our timing yesterday, but over the next few days I’ll be hunkering down (at work and at home) and hoping that conditions improve soon.
Hey guys, @nomadlad & @thewherevergirl here for the next few days, sharing some of our best moments from our trip to Madeira. This beautiful location is one of the highest peaks in Madeira and was super easy to get to by car, which meant we just caught this insane sunset! #DriveSmug ☀️
I think it’s pretty obvious by now that I am OBSESSED with Iceland and am so thankful to be able to live in such a beautiful country. BUT what about the parts that aren’t awesome - cuz expat life ain’t always flowers and rainbows! In today’s 🎥 I’m talking about the WORST things about living in Iceland. Check it out! Link in bio 🙌🏼 #icelandwithaview
Heard a man say an incredible testimony of his struggles this weekend. But what he said gave me a new perspective on faith. “Be thankful for what God gives you and be thankful for what God takes away from you”. Deep words with a deeper meaning. Think about it.
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all the shades of blue• we were lucky enough to get some blue skies before the smoke rolled in last week and wow how amazing are the views in the bugs, I just can’t get over it !
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Last light on the beautiful Mount Rainier.
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A little back to school craziness going on😜. So we do a hybrid distance education school with my son. It’s a public charter school where you have 2 days a week at the physical location and 3 days at home. Home stuff usually takes about 2-3 hrs, you get to pick unique curriculum for your child and work at their own level. Field trips about every other Friday and then one or two days of extra curricula’s (paid for by the charter school👍). This is our 2nd year and it’s definitely the right fit for him! I never in a million years thought I would consider any type of homeschool but we love it! What type of schooling do you do with your kids?