Photo Diary: Fall Icy Goodness

“We’ve become strangers to nature. And the best way to live longer, healthier lives is to re-wild ourselves by returning to nature whenever we can” – Daniel Vitalis from Hungry For Change

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BIG FOUR ICE CAVES, NORTH CASCADES (during Fall)

That fresh wild air.

We were lucky to catch the last weekend of Fall, right before snow hit.

That fresh, foggy mountain air!

That fresh, foggy mountain air!

Because I am obsessed with this little gem that reminds me that time was created by man.

NOW. Because I am obsessed with this little gem that reminds me that time was created by man. Watch from Steal Time Back. Check them out! I love everything about their mission.

Find the little person on the bridge :)

Find the little person on the bridge :)

sss

I see FALL everywhere! =)

This place deserves a visit during spring, summer, and winter. Each time is so unique and beautiful!

Not as little as it appears...

Not as little as it appears…

...now find the tiny people!

…now find the tiny people!

I don't recommend you walking inside! This place is unpredictable.

I don’t recommend you walking inside! This place is unpredictable.

We walked in, but were very conscious of our dangerous choice.

But we walked in, though very conscious of our dangerous choice.

Thanks for stopping by! If you are curious to see how the ice caves looked in the spring, when I visited for the first time, visit my blog post: Big Four Ice Caves…

I am posting a second blog post shortly regarding this weekend adventure (Now Posted: In Sickness and In Fall), when we also visited Heather Lake. There is lots of foggy forest goodness, so go check it out! =)

Love and Adventure,

Denise

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8 responses to “Photo Diary: Fall Icy Goodness

  1. Love the ice caves! I was there over Thanksgiving for my first time — looks like we were there at similar times. When I went back in January one of the caves completely collapsed! Beautiful pics lady :)

    • Thank you, Chaniel! =) We may have even crossed paths! Haha, that is awesome.
      There were several arches back in spring that were already collapsed by fall. I think it deserves a visit each time of year. This place is truly incredible! <3

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