I’ve always wanted to stay in an igloo, but if we’re being honest, I run cold, so I probably wouldn’t enjoy the real deal… Thank goodness for the glass igloos at @santasigloos , ‘cause people can get the experience without the chill! What’s extraSanta's Igloos Arctic Circle
@calsnape I want to live in one of those forever!
One of the main reasons to visit the Arctic in the wintertime is the chance to see the #northernlights … and see them we did!!!! The Northern Lights occur when storms on the Sun eject particles toward the Earth, the particles colliding with ouRovaniemi, Finland
@travisburkephotography Looks epic 😍
I am My biggest ally My greatest weakness My closest friend I am My absolute truth My surface confusion My deep reminder I am My raw potential My forgetful purpose My always knowing I am My most capable My versiSahara Desert Morocco
We each have a life force that is vast; that has been gifted from the ages, for a purpose that expands with each in-breath to envelop all we touch in faith and goodness. It is not “us”, per se, but all that has ever been, flowing through uSpooky Gulch Canyon
@kirstenalana Love love loving these musings from the road! And this photo.
“Be my ruckus, my perfect non-sequitur. Be my circuit-breaker, my lengthening shadows at dusk, my nest of pine needles, my second-story window. Be my if-you-stare-long-enough-you'll-see. Be my subatomic particle. Be my backbeat, my key of C minor, myBig Bear Lake, California
@kirstenalana You have all the best works in your captions. And I love this photo of you.
@kristasimmons This is a gorgeous shot of you Ms Rachel!
Out here, our spirits can flirt with life. Our every edge and inch can swirl and spark—the open road an expanse in which to play. // musings from the roadVilnius, Lithuania
@kristasimmons Need some play time stat!
@kirstenalana Love these musings from the road. And I thought Vilnius was so funky and fun.
Sometimes there are scenes so beautifully crafted you’d swear they were sketched versus naturally occurring. Take this one, for example—a reflection of ice on water during a journey along the coast of Antarctica. I look back at this image I took in 2Antarctica
@kirstenalana It really is incredible. I felt that way nearly everywhere in Iceland.
“What a day to be alive! Drink it in, drink it in.” “What a day to be alive...” A thought that pops into my head often when the sun hits my face, or a breeze drifts through, or there’s the sound of rain, or my eyes are closed so that all I knowBig Bear Lake
@kirstenalana Well said. So true.
Today I went to the beach. Saw thistles and smelled the sea. Thought to myself, “We could take a walk here together. Make love in the tent with the rain fly off. Watch the day turn to evening.” // musings from the roadAchill, Mayo, Ireland
@kirstenalana Love these musings. And this photo.