Evening calm on the lake. Time to hit the water • • • Quick apology if I wasn't able to get back to your comments on the last post. I usually try to respond to each person individually, but I was literally blocked from replying because you guys blew that photo up with so many comments. Appreciate you all.
While views like this are amazing, free and inspiring it should be considered everything that goes behind them. With a little research and preparation anyone can do this, but more importantly do it right so it's sustainable for everyone. I encourage anyone who wants to camp in the backcountry to educate themselves for good practices, the more we know the more we leave this place awesome.
i don't think i'll ever tire of being in wild places. they make me feel alive, grateful, and at home in a way i'll never properly express in words. But this photo Tahui snapped upon our arrival in the atolls gives you the idea... we're finally back to an internet connection and i can't wait to share more from our recent 700 nautical miles of voyaging! #keepitwild#protectwilderness#titsinthewind#moonrise
ngl I had coco pops for breakfast today 👀 buuut swipe right to see a sneak peak of the three brunches I'm talking about over on howlindycsit today - the link is in my bio for the full post and more photos if you're feeling hungry 😋