Hey Chris , and thanks . I should have more photos soon, my camera has died recently ): Im really Commited to this lifestyle now and i want to show my family and others that this is possible and so much healthier for them and the earth :) and glad to be aboard aha, thankyou.
Thanks for commenting on my blog post. @Chris P -Thanks for writing the book for me. I read every word. I'm still on the path and yes I have learned a lot. I'm glad. I'm working it. I have more of a resolve to remain raw today than I did on day one. I'm working on it. Thanks for supporting me.
Thanks so much for the add, Chris! And thanks for the comments left on my page. I'm really looking forward to success! And believe me, I will get plenty of horsey hugs! There isn't a week that goes by that I don't do THAT. Horses make life so much better! :)
Thanks! I'm standing on Cathederal Peak in the North Cascades, Washington. The mountains behind me are actually in Canada, and the US/Canada border runs across the picture just behind my waist. It was a 20 mile approach, the last 10 miles, postholing through rotten snow, but the views totally worth it! "43. Cathedral Peak, 8,601'/2622m, North Cascades, USGS Remmel Mountain. Cathedral Peak is a craggy granite peak located in the northern section of Pasayten Wilderness. It has some fine looking alpine rock routes, and many possibilities for new routes. With better access, this would be a very popular alpine cragging area, but with a long approach, it is reserved for determined climbers only. Reference: Cascade Alpine Guide."