27/ 11/ 2015
Should I wear make up? should I do my eyebrows? should I put my hair up?, welcome to what’s going on inside a female brain before a hike (not all female though). After putting too much thought, I decided to skip the irritating inconveniences of being a gal and proceeded with the essentials, a good warm shower, a moisturizer, a reliable sun block and a light weight foundation (I wanted my pores to be able to breathe when I’m huffing and puffing in the middle of the wilderness and to look acceptable on my photos).
With our survival back-pack ready (I know I call this survival, you’ll be amazed how I define things haha) 6 bottled water, a bag of chips, 6 hard-boiled eggs, Himalayan salt, i-pad (I need a go-pro please) my best friend Nikon, and my hiking buddies Boyfriend (my husband) and Marz. I prepared 6 eggs and 6 bottled water because in my heart I was hoping that each of us will drink 2 bottles of water and eat 2 eggs, but apparently not only these two (not so) gentlemen made me carry the back pack 3/4th thru the hike, they also ate 5 eggs, right! do the math.
A hike from a blogger’s point of view should start with a photo shoot, just please agree so we could move on with this post,haha.
Let me take you guys to West Fork trail thru my lens, I’m not here to give you facts about this trail, but if you want more info please click here, uh uh click after reading my post, because we’re not done yet okay?, thank you.
Our friend Marz right there (below) is a Seminary drop out, imagine if he became a priest, he would drink the celebratory wine like that? uh nope, he’s better off a hiker and our friend.
This hike is only 3.3 miles one way, an adult on a regular pace should be able to finish the entire hike in 3 hours or less, but we were on a special mission besides hiking, a mission to take as much photos as we can, that’s why it took us 3.5 hours to reach the end of the trail and another 1.25 hours to go back, I’m not complaining, the experience was awesome.
I think we did a pretty good job with our mission to take lots of photos, but these photos are not enough to describe how beautiful this trail and the experience was.
More photos coming soon, more fun stuff, please watch out for the part 2 of this hike.
Hope you’re having a nice day guys, but if you’re not, it’s okay tomorrow is another chance to reset your thoughts and just hang in there, it’ll be better.
Thanx for coming over.