frozen fall

LIKE IF YOU’VE UNEXPECTEDLY JOINED A FANDOM AND HAD NO IDEA IT WOULD CONSUME YOUR SOUL
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Timelapse pan up and down of a frozen Multnomah Falls, Columbia River Gorge, Oregon

Shandra Jimenez DESERVES SO MUCH MORE CREDIT!!!

Here we are, in the frickin APOCALYPSE, but she found ways to

a) keep electricity running when the town is in shambles

b) maintain the broadcasting tower

c) while surviving, report to the town consistantly

d) LITERALLY GOING STRAIGHT INTO THE FUCKING FEARAMID SO PEOPLE KNOW EXACTLY WHAT’S UP, SACRIFICING HERSELF TO GET THE REPORT

THIS LOVELY WOMAN NEEDS A RAISE! CAN I GET A HALLELUJAH?!?

Anna and Elsa Vs. The Stan Twins

Hey everyone! So I watched Frozen last week and as I was watching it I realized that Anna and Elsa have some BIG parallels to the Stan twins from Gravity Falls and I really want to share my findings

Here’s what I noticed:

1. They had a close bond as kids

2. Something occurred between them that caused Ford and Elsa to push their sibling away from them. Stan and Anna were away from their sibling for a while. They really missed their sibling. 


3. Elsa and Ford both enjoy life on their own and think they found where they belong. 

4. Stan and Anna go visit their sibling, but it turns out to be a disaster. They both get hurt by their sibling. 

5. Stan and Anna sacrifice themselves just for their sibling, despite them not being so nice to them before.

6. Ford and Elsa huge their siblings, realizing just how much they care for them, feeling bad for their mistakes

Finally 7. stan and anna are fixed and things cool between the siblings. They start to bond again

Wow. They have so many parallels. My mind is blown. 

Today we were trained in access climbing - in the event that a participant gets stranded in a high ropes course (frozen in fear, falling unconscious, ect), we have to climb up to them with special gear to get them down. We’re not strapped in to the same system as participants, so we have to secure our harnesses ourselves. 

That added level of responsibility and care means that access climbing has been a lot more anxiety-inducing than anything else I’ve done at camp. I’ve free-climbed much higher than this recreationally, so the fact that following a strict safety procedure produces more adrenaline is pretty odd. I didn’t realize how tense I’d been while traversing the cables until I was back on the ground and felt my jaw muscles release. 

In other news, I’ve never looked/felt more like a lumberjack.