Adventure with Jenny
"Can we make a deal that we don't drive off the edge of the cliff today" I said to jenny as the road edge got narrower and the drop got steeper. "Yep, I'm ok with that." Jenny replied and we laughed. The drive was intense but the views were so beautiful, we stopped every few minutes and pulled up on the side of the road to take some photos. We decided the sun was too high in the sky at first so we went looking for some forrests instead. We found one we liked, jumped the fence, I walked into a spider web (like one strand of it) and FREAKED OUT and did a dance I've never done before, and then jenny yelled as she literally almost walked into the mother of spider webs and then we decided we had done enough walking in that forrest.
We had visions of the photos we wanted but unfortunately jenny had Sam the potato modelling. In saying that as I looked awkward Jenny would yell "YEAH WORK IT" and I'd break out in random dance (which is what models do right) which had us both laughing. People watching would have thought we were crazy but it was so much fun. We'd literally take about 400 photos and when we'd get one good one (FINALLY) Id always make an overly confident comment like DAMN I NEED TO BECOME A MODEL. (ignoring the fact that the other 399 looked absolutely ridiculous hahaha)
The sun finally started to go down so we made our way back up to the start of the drive and decided we'd go along it slower this time to make the most of the light. We stopped for photos so many times, one time stopping in-front of a couple who were on what looked like THE cutest date and while they were probably trying to have romantic moments jenny was yelling FOCUS DAMN IT to her camera. We apologised and they just laughed. The last spot we stopped was on a corner but it showed the most beautiful view of the sunset. In between trying not to get hit by cars that were driving way too fast Jenny would tell me to stand and look left and every time id turn my head right by accident. "move left" shed say "the OTHER left" hahahahah at least she was giving me directions, when she was standing infront of the camera for me I was like like "can. you. turn. NO. too much-WAIT THERE. no. other way." and the poor girl was like what do you want! and i was like too be honest i dont really know hahahaha.
All in all it was lots of fun and on the drive home we talked (screamed) about politics, society, the earth and conspiracy theories. Jenny you're a good pal, thanks for a great day.
All photos of me were taken by the wonderful Jenny.