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A roll of stuff that I like.
Now that I’m back from vacation, it’s time to plan a little meetup for @Instagram’s #WWIM10! Putting out some feelers to see who can make it. 🐜 @Woo.supreme has the #miagraffmeet on Saturday, October 4 at 1 p.m. So how about a Sunday stroll along the Bay? Let’s meet at Bayfront Park around 3 p.m. and walk along the path that leads to Brickell Point. From there, we can keep moving South or hop on the Metro mover to loop back around the Freedom Tower. Who’s interested? (at Miami, Florida)

Now that I’m back from vacation, it’s time to plan a little meetup for @Instagram’s #WWIM10! Putting out some feelers to see who can make it. 🐜 @Woo.supreme has the #miagraffmeet on Saturday, October 4 at 1 p.m. So how about a Sunday stroll along the Bay? Let’s meet at Bayfront Park around 3 p.m. and walk along the path that leads to Brickell Point. From there, we can keep moving South or hop on the Metro mover to loop back around the Freedom Tower. Who’s interested? (at Miami, Florida)

Currently πŸ“· with πŸ’ƒ. (at Park Grove Residences)

Currently πŸ“· with πŸ’ƒ. (at Park Grove Residences)

Meeting new people is one of the best things about traveling. I crossed paths with @barefootgoodness through a mutual friend and, two days later, we hiked on the Olympic Mountain Range. πŸ—»πŸšΆπŸšΆ

Meeting new people is one of the best things about traveling. I crossed paths with @barefootgoodness through a mutual friend and, two days later, we hiked on the Olympic Mountain Range. πŸ—»πŸšΆπŸšΆ

I’m back in Miami now, but I hope you all like the Pacific Northwest. I’ve got latergrams for days! 😬

I’m back in Miami now, but I hope you all like the Pacific Northwest. I’ve got latergrams for days! 😬

Just skipped on some stones to cross a creek and climbed over this dam of trees to get a good look at Oneonta Gorge. Thanks @jason.torres for showing me the way to this amazing spot. πŸ‘ Also, thanks to @spinphotoart and @toneditdown for their hospitality while I was in Seattle. ☺️ Now it’s off to the airport and back to Miami. This has been an amazing first trip to the Pacific Northwest. πŸ™Œ  (I say first because I know I’ll be back again soon. 😁) (at Oneonta Gorge)

Just skipped on some stones to cross a creek and climbed over this dam of trees to get a good look at Oneonta Gorge. Thanks @jason.torres for showing me the way to this amazing spot. πŸ‘ Also, thanks to @spinphotoart and @toneditdown for their hospitality while I was in Seattle. ☺️ Now it’s off to the airport and back to Miami. This has been an amazing first trip to the Pacific Northwest. πŸ™Œ Β (I say first because I know I’ll be back again soon. 😁) (at Oneonta Gorge)

I got to Multnomah Falls just as the last rays of light were dropping off. Thank goodness for Cortex Cam. I’m really impressed with that little bit of software engineering. (at Multnomah Falls)

I got to Multnomah Falls just as the last rays of light were dropping off. Thank goodness for Cortex Cam. I’m really impressed with that little bit of software engineering. (at Multnomah Falls)

Going off the marked path has its rewards. 😁 It’s a 1957 original. πŸ‘ (at Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area)

Going off the marked path has its rewards. 😁 It’s a 1957 original. πŸ‘ (at Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area)

Aaaaaand the view from said 1957 geological survey marker. πŸŒ‰ (at Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area)

Aaaaaand the view from said 1957 geological survey marker. πŸŒ‰ (at Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area)

Yesterday’s hike on the Olympic Mountain Range presented me with one of the most breathtaking views I’ve seen on this trip so far. We. Are. Ants. 🐜

Yesterday’s hike on the Olympic Mountain Range presented me with one of the most breathtaking views I’ve seen on this trip so far. We. Are. Ants. 🐜

Current altitude: 5,478 feet. 😎 (at Olympic National Park-Hurricane Ridge)

Current altitude: 5,478 feet. 😎 (at Olympic National Park-Hurricane Ridge)