"Just because you miss someone, it doesn’t mean you should go back to them. Sometimes you have to just keep missing them until you wake up one morning and realise that you don’t anymore."
long-distance friendships are terrible because you can’t meet up with them whenever you want and hang out on any given day
no, they rock because you can have friends all over the world, and you have a reason to go travel and visit them. plus with this inter web machine, we’re all just a message away
(Source: flapwagon, via basedshanyu)
Years of living in the shadow of this mountain, appreciating it from afar, has left me with an insatiable desire to see it up close.
We got in the car planning on only a quick 7 mile round trip to Ramona Falls, but after months of hiking and biking we found our legs had quickly carried us the distance. Ramona Falls was nice, but we had been eyeing Yocum ridge for months as our route further up Mt Hood and seized the opportunity.
We made our way up towards Yocum ridge in perfect weather. As we were approaching our predetermined turn around time Mt. Hood was still hiding behind the tree line. I despaired. With minutes to spare, however, we turned a corner and there was the mountain in all its glory.
After years seeing it from afar I can’t really explain the feeling, and quite frankly my pictures do it no justice. We took a few extra minutes to take it all in and headed back down.
The trip back was uneventful but beautiful, and we made quick work of the 7 mile return.
The generation that aren’t allowed
to get sad or mad or angry or devastated
Because “wow you’re so ungrateful
how dare you be upset
after all I’ve done for you!
Don’t you ever think about my feelings?!”"