Turning lemons into... breakfast burritos.

This past weekend we had big plans to have a meet-up in Linville Gorge. We had over 100 folks sign up for a Saturday full of yoga, a "backcountry brew methods" coffee lesson, climbing, and group-hiking. Unfortunately, the weather turned out to be less than ideal for camping- let alone sun rise yoga or trying to enjoy breakfast with (possibly) 100 people outside- so we had to make the heart-breaking decision to cancel it. We didn't want our hard work and breakfast supplies to go to waste, so we decided to have a last-minute gathering at Paris Mountain State Park in our hometown of Greenville, SC...and it was a blast! Even after the cancelation of an epic weekend, everyone showed up in good spirits and with big appetites. We got to meet new friends and chat over Methodical Coffee, Mount Gilead Granola, and breakfast burritos made with farm fresh eggs from Merciful Hearts Farm. It was a delightful group of about 40, and it made our morning to see person after person show up excited about gathering together with friends and strangers who share a love for community and the outdoors. Below are photos from the day taken by our fellow adventurer, Jesse Barber. Click here to read his full story and to check out more photos of his weekend in beautiful Greenville. (A re-scheduled trip is in the works for later this summer, so keep an eye out for info on how to RSVP!)

"Make the most of every day, work hard, follow your heart, and don't treat anyone like a stranger. You'll never know where you'll end up." - Jesse Barber
"Make the most of every day, work hard, follow your heart, and don't treat anyone like a stranger. You'll never know where you'll end up." - Jesse Barber

"Make the most of every day, work hard, follow your heart, and don't treat anyone like a stranger. You'll never know where you'll end up." - Jesse Barber

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