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Sunset from a hill. Taken through my sunglass lens to gain the extra red along the horizon.

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User Image levidelmar Posted: Oct 30, 2017 1:45 AM (UTC)
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Hey guys. I think we live in a pretty cool city.
User Image levidelmar Posted: Oct 22, 2017 4:29 AM (UTC)
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When you step into a pond while posing for your future profile pic.
User Image levidelmar Posted: Oct 22, 2017 12:10 AM (UTC)
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One word to describe today: S O G G Y
User Image levidelmar Posted: Oct 18, 2017 5:37 AM (UTC)
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User Image levidelmar Posted: Oct 16, 2017 5:14 AM (UTC)
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Devin’s gettin hitched!! Such a great weekend, and the perfect excuse to get the Bad Boys of Ballard™ back together under one roof. I would say a bunch of other sappy stuff about you, but since you haven’t discovered the internet yet, I’ll just leave it with this: Thanks for being a model of the type of guy I aspire to be. Nobody knows how to make everyone else the most important person in the room like you do.
User Image levidelmar Posted: Sep 28, 2017 4:03 AM (UTC)
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User Image levidelmar Posted: Sep 18, 2017 8:47 PM (UTC)
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Loved my time in New York. Thanks @anshinn and @shivanichangela for showing me around for the weekend!
User Image levidelmar Posted: Sep 16, 2017 12:42 AM (UTC)
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Day 1 in NY: Every time I looked at a map I started walking in the wrong direction.
User Image levidelmar Posted: Aug 25, 2017 4:20 AM (UTC)
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#tbt to last months trip to Hidden Lake Lookout. Once a fire Lookout a century ago, this building was repurposed for recreation in the first half of the 20th century. Typically these lookouts have guestbooks that can be signed by parties that have visited - and we were fortunate to find entires dating back to the mid-70s during our stay. It was incredibly fascinating to peak into the minds of visitors removed from us by 40 years, but experiencing the same rustic hut and beautiful vistas that haven't given way to change that the unyielding passage of time has brought to the more inhabited parts of our country .
At the same time - perhaps not much has changed. The problems of the past are often amplified in the future. One entry in particular, seeming to teeter back and forth between cluttered brooding and heart spoken poetry, stuck out to me: -------------------------------------------------------
"Where is the most important place on earth? The corporate board room? The stock exchange? Home offices of ones church? The White House? No - right here where the air is pure, the beauty so overwhelming that our needs are simplified. The twitter of a Vaux Swift, the whine of a Housefly, the calls of a Marmot... Here we can resolve to decrease the market for the products of the earth - to deny votes for those who legislate a wasteful and terrifying war machine to devise the destruction of nature to provide power... Millions of years of deposition, uplift, glacial grinding, plant succession - and we would destroy it in a lifespan of less than a century? This is progress?" // - Bill Calder, 1979
🎵 With all the strength of a raging fire
Mysterious as the dark side of the moon 🎵//
We slayed so many Huns this weekend with our mad karaoke skills.
User Image levidelmar Posted: Aug 21, 2017 5:23 PM (UTC)
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The giant in our backyard. Thanks for being great adventure buddies @jordantbrowning and @cdobrowning!
User Image levidelmar Posted: Aug 5, 2017 5:30 PM (UTC)
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Taking Back Sunday on a Friday.
User Image levidelmar Posted: Jul 25, 2017 12:49 AM (UTC)
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The sunset this past weekend didn't look real. Say hello to my new desktop background.
User Image levidelmar Posted: Jul 24, 2017 3:04 AM (UTC)
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User Image levidelmar Posted: Jul 24, 2017 1:02 AM (UTC)
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Spent a weekend in the clouds with great views and even better friends.
User Image levidelmar Posted: Jul 19, 2017 12:50 AM (UTC)
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I carried a beer in my jersey pocket for 50 miles, across state boarders, for this photo finish.
Cars are overrated //
#stp was a blast - all 203 miles of it.