Few shots from the most popular natural park of the Patagonia Torres del Paine. It’s a beautiful place and the most popular option is to do a 4-5 day ‘W’ trek but as it’s extremely busy you have to book spaces for camping and lodges 6months in advance. We are not even half as organised so as a result we have done a day trek to the main Torres towers and were blessed with some luck and good weather. It’s been raining non stop for few days with some serious flooding in the park as a result and some treks closed yesterday. Today the weather has cleared and as much as the main towers were being shy between the clouds, we only got snowed on a little bit at the top and the rest of the day it was just a case of taking our 4 layers on and off constantly as Torres is well known for its ever changing weather. As today has been the only day this week when it not supposed to be snowing or raining our Torres adventure might just stop at only one day which is a bit disappointing, but we consider ourselves lucky to be able to complete one of the treks in great weather!:)) #torresdelpaine#patagonia#chile#trek#trekking#basedelastowers
Good company upon the road, says the proverb, is the shortest cut.
- Oliver Goldsmith.
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It was my first time playing with snow. N I couldn't resist but capture the moment through my lens & my heart. I was really bad at throwing snowballs but whichever direction the ball ended in, I had a smile on my face. Forever a snow lover 🐒
The snow has melted and we’re back to our balmy 40ish degree winter days in Seattle, Tacoma, and the Olympic Peninsula. It was a wild ride while it lasted but it looks like we’ll have to get out to the 🏔 to find more snow.
I forged this field knife a while back from an old cultivator shovel. It turned out great and I saw a bright future in the salvaged shovel game but every attempt at hardening the stuff since then has been a miss. So I gave up. But man that one time it made a blade I was very proud of. Of course it was helped by the insane piece of Maple Burl I stabilized for the handle.
Crossing a suspension bridge during the Annapurna Circuit trek. It is one of the most popular trekking routes in Nepal. Have you also done this trek or are you planning to? Let us know. Also share your best memories during your stay in Nepal.
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