It has been sometime since we've tried our hand at getting back into the blogging schedule. It's not an easy one. The transition takes more dedication than I have allowed, in order to find ourselves in living the stories we've been neglecting to share. But now, there are stories after stories, like a rich ocean full of nutrients: we have so much to finally share with all of you. And I'd like to do it correctly from this point on. So to start I will say that just a few weeks ago I was traveling back from Alaska through Montana on what was supposed to be one of the last adventures I was to take this year. While there, I ran into the ever-inspiring Alex Strohl, who through and through has put the rest of us "instagram-era explorers" to the test. He's one of the few who really do get out in the world in a genuine way, one which even I can't match. 

He subsequently invited me on a last minute trip to Iceland alongside Benjamin Hardman, where, all three of us found ourselves together in good company fighting for day break to help us. Light was not our friend this trip but simultaneously did everything to help us...

  In the dark of dusk, we found fog laden mountains that rendered the grown wet beneath us. The rock slipped constantly and once we got to a point no longer surpassable we simply laid down our efforts.    

In the dark of dusk, we found fog laden mountains that rendered the grown wet beneath us. The rock slipped constantly and once we got to a point no longer surpassable we simply laid down our efforts. 
 

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Though there were many issues along the way in Iceland, we did happen upon a last few incredible days, full of blessings and good light - though weather was not our friend in these moments. On the most eastern Fjords of the small Atlantic Island, we battled biting rain while the quiet minds and full hearts of the locals kept us warm. 

 
 
 
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Through an array of mountain ranges and other land-formations we had the pleasure of enjoying our own individual solitude as we also delved into light-hearted conversations that kept our breath short. As I sit in reflection of the quickness of everything, I can't help but announce my excitement for all things to come in my life and those around me. All that I have put my effort into is slowly and assuredly finding itself paced well in my life. 

I am happy to have you along with us. 

 
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