Nothing fills my heart more than being surrounded by some of my closest friends, in a warm and sunny place, with sand between my toes and in the crotch of my swimsuit, and a luke warm pacifico ballena about every 45 minutes. This cluster of activity could also be known as "Todd and Ali's Mexican Wedding." Two of my dearest friends, linked for life, to each other and as the leaders of our tribe of outdoor enthusiasts. How many powder days I've spent chasing Todd down the hill through his stashes. How many times I've romped up trails in flip flops and skirts with Al setting the pace of a seasoned hiker. How many rides we've done together and storms we've weathered, and I, their perpetual third-wheel. I feel so blessed to have shared so many adventures with them, and this being the beginning of yet another chapter. Having just come home from Africa, I took a little break from having a camera attached to my face... but alas, that never lasts long... here a few.
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