fieldandforest

FIELD & FOREST @fieldandforest

A little journal of adventure and discovery from your pals @emanuelsmedbol and @megan.mclellan — [email protected]

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If you followed that valley far enough it would take you to a lake then into the desert. And there would be ice cream probably

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Clouds slowly lifting over the Cascades

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Quick scramble in the cloud-covered Cascades

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And finally: California. From rugged isolated coastline to ancient fog-soaked forests to sprawling suburban beaches, the coast of California offers cyclists a giant and incredibly varied landscape.

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Bicycling down the Oregon Coast was a life-affirming experience. The road follows the rugged coastline for almost its entire length, offering ample ocean views, cute little seaside towns, numerous state parks and campgrounds, and thoughtful cyclist-oriented infrastructure

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Some old photos from the time we biked down the coast of Washington. It rained almost every day and our spirits were kinda low, but it was also a gratifying and incredibly immersive way to travel. We got to fully experience a new landscape every day — the smell of it, the sound of it, the endless soaking wet of it

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The world-quieting hush after a big snowfall ⛄️

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Enjoying a perfect winter afternoon in the Kootenays / #fieldandforest

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Afternoon ski along the river

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Cooking up an early dinner on the shore of Floe Lake. There are 5 campsites along the Rockwall Trail, each with a dedicated picnic area tucked safely away from the tenting pads. The sites filled up every evening and we weren’t always quick enough to grab a table, but it was easy to grab a spot on the ground and make do

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The little ranger cabin at Floe Lake, below the soaring rock wall

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Beneath the tumbling glaciers

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