This week i plan on writing a new hiking article on my blog💕 I also have to hit the gym and workout more to train for climbing. And i hope to create a new painting for the shop💕💕
5671215 hours ago
@jameslloydcole - I woke up here, listening to birds chirping, at the most photogenic cabin in Washington. How epic is that 24 hour reflection. I’m so sad I didn’t get to meet the guy who built it, sadly he was in hospital at the time 😢
And off we go to Idaho! 🚌🏔✨ Myself, @brendinkelly, @angelaliggs and @elliothawkey are heading there for a week filled with snowshoeing + hot springs, and we couldn’t be more stoked. If you have any last minute suggestions, please let us know! Have a beautiful Monday you lovely humans. 💛
Photo by @brendinkelly
Whether I was Active Duty Air Force; Dept. of Defense; USAF and US Navy Civilian; or a Military Family Member, I’m happy to say that after nearly 20 years of service, I am officially RETIRED.
A little nugget of advice: waiting for retirement in order to feed a need, I’ll tell you it is NEVER what you expect. If I could do it all over again; No Fucking Way would I wait for my life to begin. Take it as you will, but I’m 110% dead serious. Everyone i talk to wonders wtf they were thinking, too.
Live life now, tomorrow is not a given - it’s a blessing. ✌🏽 Disclaimer: this photo is so fitting for this post. #veterans#usaf#navy#army#usmc#uscg#retired#gooniesneversaydie#pnw
Sometimes I think Dr. Seuss was a diver. This is a Plume anemone. “These common anemones are easily recognized by their abundant, much-branched tentacles, enough of them to create a feathery (plumose) effect. A larger species (Metridium giganteum) is the largest Puget Sound anemone, with a column to 60 cm tall, and has well over 100 tentacles. As it grows well on dock pilings and even the underside of floating docks, it is often seen. A smaller species (Metridium senile) is also common and is more likely to be seen in tide pools; its tentacles never number more than 100.” 📸 @hannah_gabrielson#natgeoyourshot#natgeo#pnw#pnwonderland#diving#coldwaterdiving#washington#pacificnorthwest#anemone#oceanlife#dive#oceanwonders
3013 hours ago
Sometimes I think Dr. Seuss was a diver. This is a Plume anemone. “These common anemones are easily recognized by their abundant, much-branched tentacles, enough of them to create a feathery (plumose) effect. A larger species (Metridium giganteum) is the largest Puget Sound anemone, with a column to 60 cm tall, and has well over 100 tentacles. As it grows well on dock pilings and even the underside of floating docks, it is often seen. A smaller species (Metridium senile) is also common and is more likely to be seen in tide pools; its tentacles never number more than 100.” #natgeoyourshot#natgeo#pnw#pnwonderland#diving#coldwaterdiving#washington#pacificnorthwest#anemone#oceanlife#dive#oceanwonders
Loving this nice mild weather in BC. What’s your favourite season?! I love fall and winter, especially because the mountains look so pretty 😍 .
Picture by me 🙌🏻
2113 hours ago
Day 41 🌿
We skipped a few days of posts, I got a new job and have just been busy! Lots of changes happening at home so a little busier than usual 😩💗
Ila has remained the same, eating well, and is basically lactating. Im so excited.
We’re almost into the third trimester, and now changes are really going to start “showing” 💫⚡️☄️✨
Everything gets older with time, but the world is spinning slower in my mind
1113 hours ago
Trying my hardest to flex and find those baby abs. 😂 But they’re coming along! 🙌🏻 We just kicked off week 2/6 with 20 minutes of insanity, but it was so. much. fun. 💃 I’m loving that there’s a new workout every single day, so you never know what @shaunt has in store for ya.👀 For those of who are waiting to jump into my second wave of this program or are not quite ready for it and want to work up to it, I’ll be hosting a virtual bootcamp next month where you can do whichever program you feel best aligns with your goals!
Maybe January wasn’t a good time. Maybe you needed some time to catch up after the holiday season. Maybe you wanted to start on your journey but you were scared, nervous, unsure. And maybe now is when you commit to yourself.✌🏻There’s never going to be a right time, but maybe something is pulling you to it now and you’re ready to lean into that.
Enrollment is now OPEN, so leave a message in my inbox and I will get back to you so we can train together in February! 💘
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We’ve been hard at work on some new songs. Hear them first Friday February 8th at The Ballard Homestead. Get your tix fix in my bio!.
Also new Patreon projects are in the works! I’m trying to reach 35 patrons by the end of the month, at which point I’ll post a special Thank You track! Go to www.patreon.com/katiekuffel
8113 hours ago
First lamp of the new year coming along...... this is a typical detail that I use. I make my own brass caps using brass tube and brass sheets. It’s a minor detail but it keeps the details clean and tight to the design .
2313 hours ago
I dont do well with love 💔
Link in bio to full lyric video.
Go run it up, everybody can relate to this... 🤘🏼 #oregon#oregrown#local#rnb
1113 hours ago
Our Hillside Sanctuary project featured on @gessato today!
Photo of the dining room in the guest house by @k7scott
Landscape Architect Allworth Design
Structural Engineer Malsam Tsang
Civil Engineer LPD Engineering
Geotechnical Engineer Nelson Geotechnical Associates, Inc.
14113 hours ago
Saturdays trek up the White River Canyon 🌲❄️
4113 hours ago
The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever. -Jacques Yves Cousteau
💙 Missing this place.