The Grand Tetons and Snake River

I’m going to keep this short and let the photos do more of the talking. My trip last month to Wyoming was great. Not only did I get to experience and explore somewhere new, but I also got to make some friends while hiking, climbing, cliff diving, and rafting.

The outdoors have a wonderful sense of comraderie to them. If you meet up and spend time with people while camping, hiking, or doing other outdoor activities, it’s easy to get to know them.

My church often does activities for young single adults like me, and this had to be one of the best I've attended. Camping is also popular for family trips, reunions, and much more. When you're away from the hustle and bustle of the cities, jobs, and everyday cares, it’s easier to feel connected to those around you and also to see deeper inside yourself and others.

I’m always grateful for those willing to accompany me on my many crazy outdoor trips, but it was nice to have someone else in charge of all the planning for a change.