an american song and dance you that same ole song and dance
Just found this lil nerd hunting in my bathroom sink.  stoked to get the focal point right on his eyes…without getting bit.
hiking out of saddle canyon at dusk.
it had to be done. #nature
climbed a hill to a flat plateau literally covered in ancient puebloan pottery shards. All of it was astoundingly beautiful, impossibly old, buuuut i certainly ain’t runnin’ the risk of taking anything from ancient native grounds. 
All i took was pictures.
Ancestral Puebloan petroglyphs, carved in the “desert patina” of a limestone boulder outside the foundation of an old stone grain storage.  Estimated to be around 1000 years old.
exploring the caves behind Ancient Puebloan ruins.  

Commonly and incorrectly known as the “Anasazi”, (which is actually a Navajo word for “ancient enemy”), the more anthropologically accepted name for these extinct migrant cliff dwelling people is, “Ancient Puebloans” or “Ancestral Puebloans”.

Tickets going fast for the shows in BRISTOL and DERBY!  don’t sleep, yo!
finally got to spend some quality time with my side chick today. #YZ450F
From the bottom, looking up.
the overwhelming redness of marble canyon.
canyon carved in curves
"right in the pickle"