This was the sky opposite of where the sun set from near our first camp last week. Are you a sunset person or a sunrise person? Or both?
Day One's camp last week. This @warbonnetoutdoors Blackbird hammock would go on to become progressively more comfortable each night.
@backcountryexposure in his natural element, taking in the view at the junction of the Dechesne and East Fork Duchesne Rivers.
Columbines are probably my favorite wild flower. Ones that are all white are usually pretty abundant in various parts of the mountains out here this time of year, but to find one with additional color, like this purple one, is much more rare, making it a special treat to pass by this one.
An unexpected gem along the Duchesne River early on during day 1 of last week's trip.
This was my food for 5 days last week on the trail. It was almost 9 pounds. Yes, that's a lot of weight and I could have chosen lighter options to make it all a couple pounds less, but it was good stuff and I'm proud to say I ate nearly all of it. I ended the trip with only a half quart Ziploc of snacks leftover weighing in at about half a pound.
Couldn't of had a better trip with this group of great guys.
There's Family HOME Evening, and then there's Family OUTDOOR Evening. Great way to cash in on some fun with the family before fun with friends later this week.
The week is here! 2 more days until I set off with @backcountryexposure @timwatsonoutdoors @joshherod and @subaru_josh for some good ol' Uinta fun and adventure. 3 to 4 more days until enjoying this view again.