— our last moments in the ADKs were spent under the rain and fog. It left us with the most beautiful last impression of the mountain range. I'm thankful for views like this and, even more so, I'm thankful for this guy for always leading us on the best adventures.
"Oranges and pinks washed over the sky like a careless watercolor, and the green-covered ridgelines glowed with an unearthly light. The conical spires kissed the clouds and their shadows deepened, giving the mountain range a depth that made you feel small in a peaceful way. The colors pulsed, intensely rich over the deep black and white of the stones that peppered the ledge we were camped on. As the sun slipped away, the pinks and oranges were replaced with purples and lilacs in a kaleidoscope exchange. Perched on a rock with my knees pulled up to my chest, sitting completely still for the longest time in a while, I stared. It was hard not to. It was ridiculously beautiful. And it was easy to feel that, in that moment, nothing in the world was better than sitting there, on that rock. Just staring. Just fully having this moment, absorbing it and drinking it in like a fine wine. Worth a thousand naked hippies indeed." -excerpt from my blog post Kauai: An Adventure Worth 1,000 Naked Hippies. On the blog at www.seelyseedraw.com (link in bio). Read about Big dog and Little dog, the unofficial bird of Kauai, a midnight car chase, Russian Dennis and more! Oh, and check out some art while you're there 😉 happy Friday guys!