There is something special about the high country huts. A place of refuge and nostalgia. Fry’s hut in particular has a great history having been home built by bushman Fred Fry in the 1930’s and where he lived for many years.
We camped nearby down along the beautiful Howqua River and spent a couple of days exploring the surrounding mountains by 4wd and it’s huts.
What I’ve been realizing more and more these past couple of years is that life is a challenging journey and no matter who you are or where you are in life it will never be perfect. Some things are out of your control but what you can control is your perspective and attitude about life. When you think about it, the only time you ever have is the present. So make the most of it. Don’t wait for the weekend or that time in the future when things should be better to start being happy and enjoying the simple things in life. We have so much to be grateful for. We are blessed with so much opportunity. I’ve been working on trying to see the bad things in life as challenges to get through and as opportunities for growth. Don’t let life pass you by while you’re wishing for better times. I think quality of life and happiness is determined largely by your mindset and anyone can afford to change that. 🌿🌿🌿 These pictures are of a valley leading into the Amazon jungle. It was a difficult but beautiful journey and so worth experiencing these views. Swipe ⬅️ #lifethoughts#salkantaytrek#amazonjungle#andesmountainsperu#andesmountains#solotraveling#peruculture#mountainhuts#perudestinations#trektomachupicchu