Sat on the banks of the loch reflecting on my weekend gone, and looking forward to getting up early in the morning to run my first munro solo. It feels like christmas eve. I do a fair amount of mountain stuff solo but i've always kept my hills smaller if i'm running on my own. Mainly because I get cold quickly, and worry i'll get stressed with it. What if I don't have enough food and/or layers. Or drink. But also because I value being chivvied on when I feel like I can't run any further and i've cracked. So tomorrow is Goals for me, even though I picked an 'easy' one - (I've no idea how many women are running around in the winter mountains alone, probably tonnes, but for me it's a big deal) - especially as it's waaaay colder than I was expecting. It's a real chance to overcome my concerns, and push forward into my most capable self. Hope I nail it. 👱♀️🏃♀️❄
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@mortenordstrom "I’m looking forward to spring and all, but these snowy days have always been and will always be truly special to me ✨" _____________________
Some old fashioned things like fresh air and sunshine are really hard to beat. .
Ходжу в парк в надії що вже розпустилися дерева, а ні, їм ще не до того :) але найшла ось таке дерево, кажуть, що то магнолія, а як на мене то наші котики! 😌
We all start somewhere, we all come from somewhere, our stories can be similar and vastly different at the same time, you won’t know until you listen. The mountain treats everyone the same, it doesn’t judge or accommodate, it just is, and you just are.
Kool-Aid in its natural form! Ha ha! When I googled “marks left on rocks from glaciers” I went down a geology rabbit hole for a solid hour or two, learning all sorts of things! It was awesome! #geologyrocks 🔍🌏🐰⏰🤘