I spent last weekend traveling. I saw iconic places, crossed two state lines.. twice, experienced new cliff edges and a couple college parties. I hiked 15 miles in a national park and walked around Denver for 4 hours shooting photos. I discovered propane stoves and propane tanks do NOT come with universal hookups, but who needs a chicken dinner when there's tortillas and peanutbutter? I had the best sleep of my life camping in the middle of a canyon near Moab, Utah, which really helped make up for all the sleep I didn't get the other 2 nights. I drove 4 hours through the Rocky Mountains, and got to make memories with one of my best friends.
But there's one moment that stands out to me. A small conversation with @michaelli_wyo. I'm not even sure if he really remembers it. We were walking along this rock formation, making our way up and around a few sketchy parts and trying not to fall off the cliffs on either side of us. I remember asking Michael, "Aren't you afraid of heights?" His response.. "I thought I was." And for some reason that stuck with me, and hopefully those words stick with you too.
There's too much world to miss out on. Too many memories to make and moments to be captured by. Too many stories to tell, people to meet, photos to take, and experiences to have. Don't let fear get in the way of living a genuine life, where ever that leads you.. because I can promise, the view is always worth it.