Bridges

Photo by Ashley French. This pedestrian bridge was something my husband helped plan out before they built it. In our original wedding plans, we were going to have some reception/more wedding photos taken here, then eat at the restaurant across the street overlooking the bridge. Unfortunately, the virus changed our plans so we never got […]

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Twisted Branches

Photo by Ashley French. Some lines don’t grow straight. Photo Challenge: Twisted

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Smooth Like Glass

Photo taken by Ashley French Photo Challenge: Liquid

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Climb

If what was on the summit something more than you ever wanted, would you climb it?

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Pretty Strong Women.

This week has been busy for me and I haven’t been at my iPad to sit down and write. I could have done some writing on my phone, I suppose, but the screen is small and trying to type up a blog post is not that great, you know? I went to see a small […]

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White, flurries.

There is snow on the ground this morning. I woke up early due to a headache and when I slid out of bed to get medicine for it, the outside glowed a white orange. Confused, I looked out and saw a sea of white. I almost forgot what it looked like, the cold, white flurries. […]

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Climbing in John Bryan

On Saturday, I went for a short hike in the woods in Jon Bryan. There is a trail along the top ridge of the park that allows for rock climbing for those inclined. I’ve been inclined to go seek it out ever since Adam and I talked about going there to go climbing. He’d gone […]

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Thoughts on: Free Solo.

Free Solo is a documentary that follows professional rock climber Alex Honnold. For the last few years, he has done what many climbers call “free soloing”: the art of rock climbing without the safety of a rope. Obviously, this is a dangerous venture, even for the most experienced pursuers. But during the duration of National […]

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