oops didn't post a picture on the 'gram commemorating earth day because I was too busy backpacking the rainforest 😅 first time overnight backpacking in the cold and rain in bear country but sososoos worth it. Saw elk roaming around like it was nothing, and sloshed through mud through this literal hall of moss. EARTH IS AMAZING 😭
Hace 2 semanas, subiendo la escalera mientras disparabamos junto a @bxbygirrrl_ y @arizonatear.s, nos encontramos con una persona que instantáneamente nos llamo la atención. Una desconocida que acepto la oferta y se tomo fotos con nosotros, gracias. Model/ @taekking. Ph/fernandgarrido(me)
// Hello from Zion! The spectacular views here are a perfect way to commemorate our 100th post on ig. What a journey it's been! Shoutout to Tyler for hiking up almost 1500 feet of elevation at 5 this morning to get this shot.
We wouldn’t serve our dogs for dinner—but what do our pooches have that pigs don’t? Anyone who has spent time around pigs can attest that they are just as loving, intelligent, and capable of feeling pain and suffering as our canine companions. So why do we call one “friend” and the other “food”? Bringing home the bacon and other meats means certain death for lovable, smart, social pigs and other animals.
Given the opportunity and training, pigs can play certain computer games about as well as college students, turn on lights and heat in a barn, and perform many other sophisticated activities. Intelligent, inquisitive, and pleasant-natured animals, pigs can be loyal, playful, affectionate companions and have been known to save people from drowning—yet people don’t return the favor, and many who couldn’t stomach the thought of eating their dogs routinely consume pig flesh. #savingparadise
Photo by: @kelly_bove