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10651267 hours ago
🇺🇸 The photo I named “THE TETONS ALL DRESSED UP IN ALPINE GLOW” - how would you name this photo?
🇧🇷 Qual nome vc daria para essa foto? O nome que eu dei foi “THE TETONS ALL DRESSED UP IN ALPINE GLOW”
Hiding behind her human like nothing I say matters. Typical. 🤷♀️
56310 minutes ago
The raw dark chocolate bar from this month’s @goddessprovisions box was HOT 👏🏼 FIRE 👏🏼 FLAMES 👏🏼🔥! I’m pretty sure this is the exact moment that I pictured a dark chocolate s’mores. 🤤 Unfortunately, it was too rainy on the mountain for s’mores, but raw chocolate trail snacks are just as delish! 😍
@renee_elyse_ harvesting a special variety of Northwest Corn. This species is only found in the high, glaciated alpine of the cascades. In order to achieve the proper amount of ripening, skiers must wake up before the sun and suffer through an icy, steep skin track.
One of my favorite Alaskan scenes. It’s so festive for the season. Can you believe we are so close to wrapping 2018 up!?
24117 minutes ago
Wow, a second post in one week?! 😂 I used to post on here almost daily. I realized after a while that my objective on each run or adventure was to snap some bomb ass photos to post on the gram. I wasn’t present and I was out there for other reasons than pure enjoyment.
Now, if I just so happen to get a good pic while rompin’ around, I post! If not, I’ll find a good one next time, or the next, or next. I’ve noticed that when I cut out my previous mindset I began to enjoy my runs more and not get anxious from fear of not ending my run with the best pic I could’ve gotten. It’s all around better for me now!
If you post everyday, more power to ya. This platform is an outlet for us to express ourselves, meet people, and remember good times we had. Also, definitely not saying you have the mindset I had. Some people are just better at having that “eye” for a good pic and snapping it, only thinking about it in that moment. I’m not one of them!
I’ve met so many amazing people on here. So many. To all my friends in Boulder that I’ve connected with here on this “run buddy dating platform”, ya’ll are rad and I’ve made Boulder my home because of you! Let’s run sometime 🤘 📷: @kristenmohror
32118 minutes ago
Days that start out gloomy, but clear up as the hike goes on make for the best days 🌞
A few years ago, I met some friends while traveling abroad who then later introduced me to some of my favorite people on earth. This group of people has provided a constant community and space of spontaneity, support, love, and a sprinkle of some hooligan activities. It’s a gift that we all remained in contact and hang out (almost) weekly post-grad. It’s an honor to do life with you guys and I’ll never take these friendships for granted. (Long story short, thanks for letting me crash your friend-group.)
58324 minutes ago
11225 minutes ago
Let's talk about setting up solar, wiring, electrical for a van!
This is one of the most intimidating steps in a vanbuild in our opinion, especially because we are not trained or licensed electricians. So we definitely spent more time researching this topic more than any other vanbuild related topic.
Our epic guide to DIY-ing your vans electrical system is easily our most popular blog post on the website and we receive messages regularly from others about how simply we broke down the process and made it more comfortable for others to wire up their adventure rigs without hiring someone out.
Our goal was to make sure I (Jayme) had an easy-to-understand resource if I were to ever build a van on my own, so we made it as "Vanbuild Electrical For Dummies" as we could!
In this blog post you will find the following topics covered in massive detail:
* Mega List of Everything We Used in Our Electrical Install
* What Does All This Stuff Do?
* How Much Electricity Do You Need?
* Budget-Based System Sizing
* Choosing Solar Panels and Batteries
* Basic Circuitry: What You Need to Know
* Designing Our System (with an awesome wiring diagram!)
* Making Sure You Have the Right Size Wires and Fuses
* Connecting The Dots: Step-by-Step Installation of Our Electrical System
* Awesome Resources for Further Reading
If you are building a rig and are hoping to have any sort of power running throughout it, mark this page as a favorite ASAPtually and you will not regret it!
Obligatory Disclaimer: This post describes what we did with our own system based on our own research, and we hope you’ll find it helpful. That said, we are NOT ELECTRICIANS. Working with electricity in any form can be dangerous and lead to electric shock (or even explosion if you really screw up). It’s always a good idea to read the manuals for all of your components and consult with a licensed electrician before performing any electrical work.
Head to the link in our bio now to check it out and turn your fear of wiring into a path of confidence and excitement!
Did you use our post when setting up your electrical components? Let us know if you did, we'd love to hear from you!
104325 minutes ago
Planning a cheeky three day weekend trip in January.
Hint: there will be burros. 🐴
Can you guess where we're headed?
Shot Dec. 2018