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We love sponsoring epic adventurers complete their ambitious adventures. We also love sharing their stories! Meet the team @260litros . 260litros is composed of two longtime friends Simon Mendizabal & Nacho Pellero. They decided in 2017 to leave everything and go on an epic adventure of cycling the Americas. . “When we started our trip we thought about going from southern Patagonia to Peru in six months but as days passed we started to feel that this could be our way of living for the next years and decided to keep on going until Alaska, for the moment.” . Now, after almost two years, 10 Andes crossing, 4 countries and more than 15000 km they have reached Peru and are excited about the remaining journey. . We wanted to leave behind all routine. We wanted to stop saying: “one day we will…” We just did it. . More Stories to come! Make sure to follow their journey at @260litros! . 📷 || @260litros
These whales seem to be dancing. what do you think?! Gotta love #dominica... land of #adventure and #nature! #repost @discoverdominica • • • • • #repost @natgeo • • • Photo by @BrianSkerry | Three sperm whales socialize in the waters off of Dominica in the eastern Caribbean. The whale on the bottom is a calf is named Digit, and she became entangled in fishing gear in 2015. It was looking like a death sentence for the young whale, but surprisingly in 2018 Digit was completely free! These whales have been studied for 15 years by Shane Gero, founder of the the Dominica Sperm Whale Project. In a story on the @natgeo website @craigwelch writes about Shane’s work with these animals, their families, and this special story. This population of whales is on a six percent annual decline due to anthropogenic stresses, such as entanglement in fishing gear and ship strikes. If they die off, we would lose a whale culture that possesses unique knowledge about its home waters. To see more photos of whales and learn about their fascinating cultures, follow @BrianSkerry #whales#spermwhales#dominicaspermwhaleproject#whaleculture#dominica#caribbean#oceantrash#plastictrash#natgeo
You find your RESILIENCE hidden deep inside of you, you remember your past, you count your blessings, you start to love yourself again, for who you were, who you are, who you had to become.
Yesterday's hike reminded me of the importance of being prepared & to not do dumb stuff for your photos. We saw so many people who were not prepared at all. So many people in normal shoes (some even wearing bright white ones) knowing this trail is wet, muddy, slippery, & likely either snowing or icy at the lake (at least I hope they knew...always read trip reports & try to figure out conditions to the best of your ability before you go). You literally have to cross mini falls & creeks & your feet will definitely get wet if not wearing waterproof boots. People wearing normal street clothes you would see at the mall knowing it would be cold. No backpacks w/them which means not equipped if something went wrong. People walking out to the middle of the lake when it only had a thin layer of ice, much thinner than it's been looking in past trip reports & you can see it melting on the edges & hear it popping while walking the perimeter of the lake. I will never walk on a frozen lake. I've seen too many movies of people falling in & not being able to get out because current underneath or ice breaking around them as they try to pull themselves up. Not worth it for a picture guys. Also cutting through woods & not staying on trail & damaging things just so they can get to the lake faster. There was more I saw but these were just the few. I hate being the person to call it out because once upon a time Joe & I were inexperienced & weren't always prepared as well as we should have been, even now sometimes we do things spur of the moment, but some of the things I saw yesterday were pretty ridiculous & you see it a lot on popular trails. I think it's even more important to be prepared in the winter time when conditions are pretty rough & always changing. Sometimes I feel people hike & go on trails literally just for a pic on Instagram & to see any blatant disrespect for nature & trail conditions always gets to me a little.