One of our favorite things about being on the road is passing through little towns that look like they havn't changed in decades. ⛽️ Imagining what it was like in a simpler time. Little gems frozen in time, reminding us where we've been and making it blindingly obvious how far we've come.🙌🏼
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Being fit leads to being able to do so much more of what I love, exploring the outdoors. This semester has led to a lot of ups and downs with my fitness goals. That’s why I’m promising here in front of everyone that follows my account - only uphill from here on out.
As the year comes to an end, I have 9,000 photos left to edit and have more content that I know what to do with. • It’s back to the drawing board for now. I’ll be posting photos I’ve never shown publicly from January of this year to now. •
Answer: In the year 1520, on La Noche Triste (the “night of sadness”) a war was fought for gold that was eventually lost to all. In a desperate attempt to flee the marauding Aztecs, Spaniards were force to abandon stolen artifacts. These artifacts later became known as Montezuma’s Treasure, and they have not been found to date.