We are heading slowly back east. By slow I mean super slow. To be honest, I don't want to go back to civilization. I want to continue to see more things and explore them. I want to indulge and enjoy the time I have out here and really get to explore more thoroughly but I know that I have to be home for Halloween and I'm starting to have clients ask me to come back and sit for them..so its time to get back to work. Hopefully, I can make it work out and have my clients be my main source of income. I won't really know if it's possible until I get back and run the numbers but I am hopeful that I can make it work until we move permanently out west. Once that happens I will be as happy as can be.
While you guys hang on for more information on where I have been I ask that you check out these photos I took down below. They are from Oregon and it has been so much fun exploring this area. We even had a friend drive up from California to enjoy some hikes with us. She brought along her upper Brave and I swear you guys, they were meant to be. A match made in heaven. Lylah and Brave immediately took to each other and we have decided that they are boyfriend and girlfriend. Once we move out here she and I are going to try and let them hike together as much as possible. The four of us will be the best of adventure buddies.
Im so excited to give you guys all this footage. It hurts that I haven't been able to keep up and post as I go and give you all the Youtube videos I can. I swear I am trying my best but my computer it OUT OF SPACE. Its been such a struggle trying to transfer things on ****ty wifi connection. The bright side is I'm going back to my dad's house where I can dump as much as possible and edit for five days before I go climbing so BE READY cause its about to be real you guys.
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