Dinner & filming last night. My favourite was the octopus and sea grapes. Yumm.
Hiking and climbing on Sugarloaf Mountain in #Maryland. There is almost no freer feeling than that of running wild and unhindered in nature — through the soft and bright green ferns, across the jagged and moss covered boulders, over the fallen logs, ascending rock face — hands and feet feeling for cracks and scars to keep climbing up and up and up — until finally you are at the apex of it all, looking out over the sprawling landscape and endless horizon and the tippy tops of trees.
#Origami birds fluttering about at a café where I was writing. (at H Street Coffee House & Cafe)
This week’s travel photo comes from Gettysburg Pennsylvania, a place I hadn’t visited since I was in elementary school. After I returned to the US recently, an old friend offered to take me around the battlefield and the historical town and give me an in-depth history lesson.
The Battle of Gettysburg, fought between July 1st-3rd of 1863 was one of the largest battles fought of the American Civil…
A canon atop Little Round Top in #Gettysburg aimed out over Devil’s Den toward where the Confederate army would be approaching. (at Little Round Top)
Sleepy? A soldier takes a nap at the Calvert Arms Fire & Drum pop up camp at #Gettysburg Pennsylvania. (at Gettysburg National Battlefield Park)
Sleepy? A soldier taking a nap at the Calvert Arms Fire and Drum pop up camp in #Gettysburg Maryland (at Gettysburg National Battlefield Park)
Excerpt - “I was pursuing my dream. I still am pursuing my dream. Because a dream isn’t a destination or a finish line, it is the journey of the body and mind and heart and soul in pursuit of what makes you happy. In pursuit of what you love. It is something that, if you are truly chasing, you can never fail by not reaching some peak or apex, since the glory of a dream is never-ending. You can only fail if you choose not to follow it.”