Saturday, July 12, 2014

Montana

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The drive up there… GPS in hand.

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Kat being Kat.

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Scientifically classified everything we saw. & Bike rides.

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Exploring Boulders and rivers and forests.

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Pretty skies, and more exploring.

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Backpacked off into the forests and up a crazy sheer cliff. The GPS kept telling us we had .5 miles left to go up the cliff but we kept going forever. Eventually we found the twin lakes. To our dismay Stan, Kat’s dad, only packed some top ramen packets and a loaf of homemade bread. No pot or anything. So that was lunch, dinner and breakfast. We rationed pretty well. Also, we tried to catch a fish to sustain ourselves. Our diy fishing pole didn’t really work.

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Good thing I can never see a body of water without jumping into it. Even this iceberg lake. It was exhilaratingly cold.

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Looking for birds and bears. Stan thought he saw a bear, so we sprinted off towards that direction. We never saw it. Disappointing.

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Natural Hot Springs

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Gun day.

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Creek Day everyday.

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Wrestling each other in our swimmer suits in the field.

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Cool hikes

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And mountain yoga.

And there’s my trip to montana in a nutshell.

It was truly the best.

Monday, July 7, 2014

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Here’s a quick update. More to come. All I’ve mainly been doing lately is camping and working.  These past 10 days I’ve been in the wilderness of Montana. We had no service and I couldn’t have enjoyed it more. I forgot how much I don’t like the real world sometimes.