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Quick packing list brainstorm in five minutes

MCO to FCA flights
Six days away. Seat 18 D provides a window view of Glacier as we descend.

 

Wear:
Shorts
Long sleeve t-shirt
Short sleeve t-shirt
Ankle socks
Running shoes
iPhone X
Air Pods

Pack:
Pants w/removable bottoms
Long sleeve t-shirt
Short sleeve shirt
USATF Windbreaker
Regular socks
Ankle socks
Briefs
Collared, long-sleeved SPF Glacier shirt
Bandanas (2)
Wool hat
Touchscreen gloves
Small toiletries bags (2)
Backup eye glasses
MacBook
MacBook Charger
Mouse
iPhone 7 Plus
Portable chargers (3)
iPhone chargers (2)
Apple Watch charger
Verizon Mifi
Android charging cable
Whistle
Empty water bottles (2)
Disney figurines (15)
Mid Life Celebration book
Small tripod
Selfie stick

 

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Intentionally slowing down so you can intentionally speed up

https://junglejeff.net
Hello yellow. We missed you during the Summer, but knew you’d arrive when you were ready.

 

https://junglejeff.net
Fall in Glacier isn’t just about yellow.

 

Grizzly Bear
Last September. Closer than recommended. Felt entirely safe though.

 

Going to The Sun Mountain
Going to The Sun Mountain …late September and a reminder Winter is nearing in the higher elevations.

 

Disney Keynote Speakers
Disney people are often fanatical. Going to the Sun Mountain in the background.

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Near Two Dog Flats on the East side.

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Approaching Rising Sun Motor Inn on the East side.

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Close up. Invading personal space?

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Highline Trail.

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Highline Trail.

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Just a moment in time while driving. Passed zero cars in one hour.

 

Glacier National Park in Fall
Looking across Lake McDonald from The Boathouse.

 

Knowing how to slow down so you can speed up is an art not a science.

The only science i can discern is this…

Slowing down is essential to progress.

Intentionally slowing down always provides a lesson, an insight, an ah-ha or even an epiphany.

Rushing too fast and those opportunities are merely a blur, never to be seen again.

 

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Life’s been harder, and better, than i dreamt

Glacier National Park in September
Back from the lunch hike.

 

Glacier National Park in September
A picture perfect day at Logan Pass Visitors Center.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Sparse crowds up here are rare, until September.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Interesting fact.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Seems so long ago.

 

Disney Keynote Speakers
So yeah, in this photo, i’m thinking this may be my last view of Logan Pass.

 

Disney Keynote Speakers
And this may also be the last time i see Highline Trail and Clements Mountain.

 

Car clock
Time to leave Logan pass.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Car is still in park, but just for this photo.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Turned off Highway 89 to drive past Two Medicine one last time. It’s also a short cut to Apgar.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Found a way to get closer.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Better lighting than yesterday as well.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Final sunset at the Boat House.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Sunset is behind me, which allows for views like this one. Village Inn on right shore.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Had to.

 

Glacier National Park in September
Zooming out.

 

What a marvel the past three days have been.

Three.

Short.

Days.

Wonderful days.

Working days.

Remarkably blessed and fruitful days.

All the hard work that began (even months before i officially incorporated a business), is yielding a steady harvest of positive benefits for clients and owner.

It’s been harder, and better, than i dreamt.

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Put in place to discourage “risk taking and poor judgment”

Disney Keynote Speakers
The obvious question, to me, is, “Why not?”

 

Disney Keynote Speakers
If you could but didn’t, “Why not?”

 

Disney Keynote Speakers
Doesn’t take much to go the extra inch.

 

Disney Keynote Speakers
These props are so light weight.

 

Disney Keynote Speakers
i don’t carry very much, but i am intentional about what i always carry.

 

Disney Keynote Speakers
The bead jar never travels. Jack the Bear has been around the world.

 

Disney Keynote Speakers
Lower left hand corner. Lucky photo.

 

Did I mention that i did the same group shot at Hidden Lake Overlook.

A couple embraced me when i asked them, “Would you mind taking a few photos?”

It was fun bending the rules, to work within the parameters the National Park Service put in place to discourage “risk taking and poor judgment”.

i colored outside the lines by going a few feet off the trail to take the Disney Character photos. It felt 100% safe.

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It was and wasn’t the plan

Lake McDonald Boat House
Stunning (continued).

 

Lake McDonald Boat House
How the house got it’s name.

 

Lake McDonald Boat House
The only dock on the shore.

 

Lake McDonald Boat House
Looking a mile across Lake McDonald.

 

Lake McDonald Boat House
Closeup as i explored the grounds last night.

 

Lake McDonald Boat House
Boat House is a real thing.

 

Lake McDonald Boat House
Welcome.

 

Hoping to hear from multiple local business contacts today.

Added another one to a growing list of possibilities, yesterday on the flight from Orlando to Denver.

Spoiler alert. Heard from one five hours ago in St Mary, which was the last time i had internet.

Typing today’s posts on the Notes app.

My work literally never feels like work.

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