We had an adventure, to say the least. Kuba and I had been talking the day before about how we felt like it was time to go into the mountains. So on Saturday we loaded up the car, picked up Tomaš, and drove to the Malá Fatra mountain range in Slovakia (not very far away from where we live in Czech). Normally we spend the weekdays in the Josiah Venture office (which is a great place to get work done and be creative), but we were ready to get out. With it being winter and us being photographers it only made sense to go climb a mountain. The forecast was predicting that by the time we got to the top there would be some killer sun breaks. But to our misfortune we ended up just hanging out in the cloud the whole time. No clear skies for us at the top. We didn't complain to much though. Personally, I actually quite enjoyed it. We were covered in snow and were being pounded pretty decently by the wind. These factors make you either want to be no where near the mountain or right in it. Once we got to the top we took some photos, but couldn't do much after about 10 minutes. We proceeded to hike down the mountain in the dark as fast as we could. About an hour later we made it to the car, packed in, and headed into town for some traditional Slovak food and music in a cozy little lodge off the highway in a nearby village. It was a great Saturday to say the least. I am looking to more adventures with these guys!