bachelour of ecology and anthropology. happier in the field than the lab and happier in the lab than in the office. currently studying salamanders generally found backpacking, skiing, scrambling, reading, dancing, or talking too much about things that i know less about than you might think. if this fails i'm moving in with the monkeys.
Tried to go rock climbing last night but hailstones the size of quarters while we were setting up decided otherwise. Now I’m in talks with one of the guys to take advantage of our 10am starts and go for a sunrise paddle across the lake to climb some of the bluffs on the other side next week.
A treehouse obviously isn’t a treehouse without a tree. But what happens when you build the structure around the greenery instead of placing it on top? You end up with this modern take on the classic forest abode.
Anyone know what this nest is made of? It almost looks like some tent caterpillar cocoons were involved. #birds #waterton
Currently in Switzerland for a wedding this weekend and have spent the last two days exploring different areas of the country. I knew Switzerland was beautiful but wow, I’m in total awe of the scenery and architecture of the cities here and I know I haven’t even scratched the surface. Today I took the train out to a town called Meiringen and checked out Aareschlucht. Unreal. Can’t wait to post some more photos from the day.