The Grand Tetons were a bittersweet place for me.
A place I had dreamt of going for a really long time and a place that blew us away from the moment we arrived. We stayed in a campground that was only a short 30 second stroll to this view so getting up for sunrise was a total breeze.
It was however, also the place that I had one of the hardest phone conversations of my life: with my Oma.
Isn’t it amazing how a place can be so significant for both its beauty and its circumstances?
Life is so precious and there is always a silver lining. This is something I’m learning more about every single day.
I’ll be posting from this trip for a really really long time...
Guess that’s what happens when you take over 14,000 photos 🤷🏼♀️
Never stop exploring 🌍👣
What’s something you took a chance on and never looked back?
"Be spontaneous. And courageous. And brave enough to choose and live the life you want. The journey is going to be messy and sometimes confusing but I promise that it’s also going to be beautiful and rewarding... because imagine what a terrible thing it must be, to wake up one day only to realize you didn’t do all the things you wanted when you had the chance.” - @f.e.marie x @thoughtcatalog 📷: @erinoutdoors