El mejor sitio para acampar se encuentra, no se hace ♻️
Cuando acampamos siempre generamos un impacto dentro de los ecosistemas y es importante tratar de minimizar el daño a la vegetación y a los suelos.
La mejor manera de minimizar este impacto es realizando la actividad superficies resistentes o en sitios establecidos. Para ello les recomendamos practicar lo siguiente:
* Alejarse de fuentes de agua dulce y realizar sus necesidades a más de 60 metros de ellas.
* Evitar llevar consigo productos que generen basura y siempre dejar limpio y mejor de cómo encontró el lugar.
* Evitar los lugares donde el impacto a penas comienza o en sitios frágiles.
Además es importante saber dónde ubicar la cocina ya que es el sitio con mayor impacto, por ello es recomendable acampar en zonas rocosas o arenosas y ubicar las carpas en sitios alejados de la cocina.
Todos tenemos el derecho de explorar pero igual todo tenemos la responsabilidad de cuidar. ...
So it’s been over 2 1/2 years of vanlife and we realized that we never really introduced ourselves to you guys. So I’ll go first. What’s up Instagram! Names Ryan, just turned 29 and I’m 4 years sober.
I wanna give you guys a little insight on how my vanlife experience has gone. For me, it has been a pretty big struggle. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve had some of the best times of my life the past couple years, but along the way I kind of lost myself. I went from working the most bad ass job at @treehouserecovery , where I got to help reignite the stoked in people, to slowly losing my stoke and feeling super disconnected from the world.
I struggle big time in social situations. When meeting new people, my head gets the best of me and I tend to shut down. I use to use drugs and alcohol to help mask it my discomfort, but now that I’m sober, that option is gone.
The other struggle that I’ve encountered is that I truly didn’t earn my vanlife experience. I didn’t put in the long years slaving over a job, I had zero savings going into it, & I pretty much rode the coattails of my wife. I watched her work her ass off building @voited while I sat back, took a few photos and complained when things didn’t go my way.
Well, that’s all about to change. In a week I start a job that is going to challenge me in all sorts of different ways. I’m not the biggest fan of heights, and most of my work will be done a few hundred feet off the ground. The hours are insane! Rain or shine we’re working, and I’ll be away from Jess. It might sound a little shitty and thats because it kind of is, but it’s my turn to put in the long hours, pay the bills, and earn my vanlife experience. Apologies if this comes off super negative, but I believe that honesty is the way to go & this is my honest story. ...
Welcome to the land where you are never too far from the mighty Kanchenjunga above or the powerful Teesta river flowing underneath. Where colourful prayer flags greet you at every corner and beautiful monasteries touch your soul with its calmness. Where people warmly welcome you into their homes. And with conversations over a few cups of tea, into their hearts.
Picture Courstesy ~ Thanks to our friend @bhu.mi.ka 👈follow
Keep hashtagging us at #sikkimadventures ...
Hey Musician Friends!! So here's my new project:
Open source combining these three general riff ideas into one continuous piece of music. 😅 for anyone that wants to try to collaborate on an actual music project in the writing and development phase before I bring it into the studio to record.
I'm still trying to decide how I want them to blend them all together and what kind of segues would be necessary, but I think I can get their keys and timings to match up pretty flawlessly, so that it has the potential to become one 7-8 minute long piece of music, that kind of moves through chapters and genres like Pink Floyd and King Crimson.
Let me know what you think musician friends, if you want to jump on, just for fun. 🤘
@ryguybass is already adding cello ...