All smiles once you’ve reached the top of Pfeifferhorn because you know the effort is worth the views.
4 days ago
This entire thing is about elevating our level of understanding.
If you’ve spent any amount of time following along here, you know exactly what animal this is.
Social, intelligent, and capable of making strategic adjustments at incomprehensible speeds.
The coyote is the unbeatable one. 🐺
Grizzly bear cub hanging out with mom. 🐻
To responsibly live with predators, we have to be more aware. We have to be more intentional and thoughtful. We have to take precautions - like hiking with bear spray, making sure food isn’t left out at camp, and making our presence known out on the trails.
Knowing this, do you think having animals like coyotes, wolves, mountain lions, and bears around is worth the extra effort?
For me, I 100% feel that coexistence is worth it, but there’s no wrong answer here. I just want to know where you stand.
1 week ago
There are so many variables in life, but I can definitively say that this animals’ ability to thrive under pressure and on a planet that is constantly changing will be discussed for the rest of time.
This is a coyote. They are a predator that has always found a way to adapt to pressure. Whether it’s good or bad, you have an opinion of them because they are making a living right outside of your back door.
A lot of people hate them - it’s a weird thing that so many humans have held onto from the times when we felt that we were competing with predators just to stay alive. The thing is, for the most part, that’s not really the case these days.
Love or hate or indifference; if you need a blueprint for success, I’d recommend following in this canines tracks. The coyote is fundamentally unbeatable and they are one of the greatest of all time.
I took this photo in the heart of last winter. I posted it on here about five months ago, but wanted to re-share. It’s one of my favorites moments I’ve captured, with one of my favorite animals. 🐺
1 month ago
The Pronghorn Sunset.
This was taken two years ago - right around the time when I realized that it would be real hard for me to live anywhere other than Montana.
What are your thoughts...creepy or epic?
Cannon beach. One of the most stunning places I've ever been too. The forest is butted up to meet the sand and it's littered with jagged rocky islands. We could've spent a week here but unfortunately a day and a half was all we got.
Just 3 more days to go...
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