Follow our journey one day at a time.
Tomorrow is a big day for me. The day I set out on an incredible film expedition. There are going to be a lot of firsts - I’ve never climbed a 6,000m (~20,000ft) peak. To be honest, I haven’t been much over 4,300m (~14,000ft). I’ve never dealt with real life crevasse issues, I’ve only simulated crevasse rescue in a nice cozy barn. I’ve never been on a climbing expedition of this caliber. Though big expeditions have always been something I’ve wanted to do more of, I really hope I like it and dont go, “ehhhhhhh not really my jam.” I’ve never seen the majestic and holy mountains of the Himalaya or met locals that are so far remote, they’ve never seen white man. I am nervous but I am ready. I’m ready to learn, grow and see what kind of person I come out on the other end. Signing off my friends.Catch ya in a few months. ✌🏼
Shadows of the invisible bouncing off the walls of Boudha Stupa as they make their nightly laps repeating the mantra, “Om Mani Padme Hum.”
The Grand - mighty and majestic. She needs no introduction. You can learn a lot just by watching her....all you have to do is listen. I often get messages about work and living a lifestyle that is your passion. I recently caught up with @luxe_leisure and talked about work, challenges, drive and more. If you get a chance, check it out! Link in bio.
Starting to look like Jackson Hole traffic around here.
With each new day is an opportunity, which do you choose and which do you ignore? Timelapse by: @brittmumma
"Living on borrowed time. As the shock wanes, you suddenly have clarity...Year after year, time is moving faster. Technology connects us to everyone and everywhere with relentless persistence. Focus is increasingly elusive. Space and time for purpose is reduced beyond the margins. Every second counts. In these times of warp speed and warped priorities, Perseverance pushes us to live....like it matters... a reminder that each of us has a role to play in the bigger soul of humanity." - An excerpt from a film we are starting with Steve Furman who's been diagnosed with in incurable cancer. Rather than giving up, Steve is choosing to live. We are joining him on a journey to far western Nepal where he hopes to climb and ski an untouched 6,000m peak. It's time to inspire the masses to live each and every day to its fullest. The timeframe on this is coming up quickly because of Steve's illness so we are looking to finance the initial round privately. Please help by donating to the Generosity link in my bio. #borrowedtime