travbarron We are releasing @domorewithlessfilm tomorrow! Tell all your friends and watch it for free at domorewithlessfilm.com.

It will be available at noon central time.
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travbarron Eric Timmerman and I will be releasing our documentary @domorewithlessfilm on May 2nd. Watch it for free at domorewithlessfilm.com. 1w

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travbarron Soggy spokes near Wimberley, Tx.

#biking #flooding #fording
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travbarron Eric Timmerman and I will be releasing our documentary @domorewithlessfilm on May 2nd. Watch it for free at domorewithlessfilm.com. 2w

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travbarron Eric Timmerman and I will be releasing our documentary @domorewithlessfilm on May 2nd. Watch it for free at domorewithlessfilm.com. 3w

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travbarron "3Gs is enough to stick you to that wall. Kind of like a carnival tilt o'whirl, but with a learning curve." -Midnight | Professional Wall of Death Motorcyclist @handbuiltshow 3w

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travbarron Easter mornin' blues.

Music: Madvillain
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travbarron Eric Timmerman and I will be releasing our documentary @domorewithlessfilm on May 2nd. Watch it for free at domorewithlessfilm.com. 1mon

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travbarron Earth sits on the edge of a galaxy that is 100,000 light-years across. On this small planet, in our tiny heads, we can build macrocosms beyond measure. 1mon

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travbarron My 1 year anniversary of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is rapidly approaching. For the next 10 days I will be posting my 10 favorite photos from the trip.
Photo 10: Even after 3 states, 2,657 miles, and 5 straight months of walking "ET" still has the energy for a victory dance. Taken just 3 miles from the Canadian border.
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travbarron My 1 year anniversary of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is rapidly approaching. For the next 10 days I will be posting my 10 favorite photos from the trip.
Photo 9: "The Animal" staring down the final 80 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail.
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travbarron My 1 year anniversary of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is rapidly approaching. For the next 10 days I will be posting my 10 favorite photos from the trip.
Photo 8: Washington had given us four days of nonstop rain. All of my gear was either damp or completely soaked. At this water crossing we finally we had a small window of sunshine. Everything we possessed was out to dry in the cold air.
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travbarron My 1 year anniversary of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is rapidly approaching. For the next 10 days I will be posting my 10 favorite photos from the trip.
Photo 7: Moving into Washington I quickly learned that the weather can and will change without warning. After a sunny morning of hiking through the Goat Rocks we were suddenly hit by rain, sleet and powerful winds. Visibility became extremely poor as we worked our way down Knife's Edge into the valley. Here's "Far Out", "Cheeto Jackson" and "Mountain Spice" sitting at the base of Old Snowy Peak watching the storm roll in.
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travbarron My 1 year anniversary of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is rapidly approaching. For the next 10 days I will be posting my 10 favorite photos from the trip.
Photo 6: "Neon" and "Right On" resting after walking through Tunnel Falls, the last iconic landmark we encountered before heading into Washington.
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travbarron My 1 year anniversary of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is rapidly approaching. For the next 10 days I will be posting my 10 favorite photos from the trip.
Photo 5: Several thousand years ago the volcano Mt. Mazama imploded, forming a hole six miles wide that gradually filled with rain and snowfall. When I finally saw Crater Lake with my own eyes it was beyond anything I could have anticipated. I sometimes imagine people long ago stumbling upon this place without knowing it would be there.
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travbarron My 1 year anniversary of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is rapidly approaching. For the next 10 days I will be posting my 10 favorite photos from the trip.
Photo 4: "The Animal" and his pet wombat "Crikey." Just outside of the Mt. Jefferson Wilderness.
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travbarron My 1 year anniversary of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is rapidly approaching. For the next 10 days I will be posting my 10 favorite photos from the trip.
Photo 3: Time for an honest moment. Before hiking the PCT, Halfdome wasn't on my radar. I hadn't even heard of it until after I decided to go on the hike. When the opportunity came up, my friends and I hitched a ride into Yosemite. From Clouds Rest I caught my first glimpse of the massive, odd-shaped rock towering over the valley. Halfdome immediately became a part of my bucket list. The next morning we woke at dawn and climbed it.
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travbarron My 1 year anniversary of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is rapidly approaching. For the next 10 days I will be posting my 10 favorite photos from the trip.
Photo 2: After making my way down from Forester Pass I found my friend "ET" wading into a frozen lake. He was throwing shards of ice across the surface, watching them shatter on impact. "You're crazy!" I shouted. His response: "Oh man, I can't feel my feet."
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travbarron My 1 year anniversary of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail is rapidly approaching. For the next 10 days I will be posting my 10 favorite photos from the trip.
Photo 1: Climbing Mt. Whitney at sunset was an incredible event. At 14,505 feet and with temperatures well below freezing, most hikers decided to spend the night in a small emergency shelter built on top of the mountain. Only one person dared to sleep outside and endure the brutal winds and haggard conditions. Here's a shot of "Wisdom" the morning after the Whitney summit.
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