Log Date

Hunter. 17. Made In The Midwest.

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    jaredatkinsphoto:

    Ruby Beach,  Olympic National Park, Washington

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    hahahunterrrr:

    06/10/14

    Hammocking at Snug Harbor with whorrrific

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    Tags: Hammock Snug Harbor Adventure Summer

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    hms-surprise:

USS Constitution is a wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigate of the United States Navy. Named by President George Washington after the Constitution of the United States of America, she is the world’s oldest commissioned naval vessel afloat. Launched in 1797, Constitution was one of six original frigates authorized for construction by the Naval Act of 1794 and the third constructed.

    hms-surprise:

    USS Constitution is a wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigate of the United States Navy. Named by President George Washington after the Constitution of the United States of America, she is the world’s oldest commissioned naval vessel afloat. Launched in 1797, Constitution was one of six original frigates authorized for construction by the Naval Act of 1794 and the third constructed.

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    illest:

switzerland | ©

    illest:

    switzerland | ©

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    longmaytheysail:

Hawaiian Cheiftain by Steven Michael [x]

    longmaytheysail:

    Hawaiian Cheiftain by Steven Michael [x]

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    worldfam0us:

Turbulence | WF

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    paulbudnitz:

ELLO IS COMING.
One year ago, seven artists got together to create a private social network. Simple, beautiful, and ad-free.
We invited our friends, and they invited their friends. Pretty soon Ello had grown into a vibrant community.
A social network built around ideas and connection, rather than advertising and data collection is a great thing. No ads, no boosted posts, no army of data miners and ad salesmen fucking with you.
Ello became so popular that it was time to create a new, public version that more people can use. It’s almost ready.
Share the Manifesto, check out the new Facemaker and tell your friends about Ello.

    paulbudnitz:

    ELLO IS COMING.

    One year ago, seven artists got together to create a private social network. Simple, beautiful, and ad-free.

    We invited our friends, and they invited their friends. Pretty soon Ello had grown into a vibrant community.

    A social network built around ideas and connection, rather than advertising and data collection is a great thing. No ads, no boosted posts, no army of data miners and ad salesmen fucking with you.

    Ello became so popular that it was time to create a new, public version that more people can use. It’s almost ready.

    Share the Manifesto, check out the new Facemaker and tell your friends about Ello.

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    paulbudnitz:

THOUGHTS ON APOLLO 13: When everything went to hell, 180,000 miles from earth, there was no help from home. There was nobody who could rush over with a screwdriver or an extra canister of oxygen or more batteries.
The solution they came up with — to use the moon’s gravity to hurl their capsule (roughly the size of a small winnebago) back to earth like a ball on a tether — required them to travel farther away from earth than any human had ever gone before. To get to where they wanted to go, they had to turn their backs and go the other way.
Many of us spend our lives screaming and yelling as we are dragged inevitably towards an end that we cannot avoid. Better to face it, right now, paste a picture of our own death on our fridge and stare at every day when we grab milk for our coffee. Constantly grieving, we find ourselves over and over making choices that take us further and further from the destination we originally had in mind.
Then, even though we may never get where we thought we were going, we inevitably end up back home.

    paulbudnitz:

    THOUGHTS ON APOLLO 13: When everything went to hell, 180,000 miles from earth, there was no help from home. There was nobody who could rush over with a screwdriver or an extra canister of oxygen or more batteries.

    The solution they came up with — to use the moon’s gravity to hurl their capsule (roughly the size of a small winnebago) back to earth like a ball on a tether — required them to travel farther away from earth than any human had ever gone before. To get to where they wanted to go, they had to turn their backs and go the other way.

    Many of us spend our lives screaming and yelling as we are dragged inevitably towards an end that we cannot avoid. Better to face it, right now, paste a picture of our own death on our fridge and stare at every day when we grab milk for our coffee. Constantly grieving, we find ourselves over and over making choices that take us further and further from the destination we originally had in mind.

    Then, even though we may never get where we thought we were going, we inevitably end up back home.

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    brooklynmuseum:

    Installing the works of 35 artists and collectives can take some time! Slowly but surely, all the pieces are coming together and we’re very excited for #CrossingBrooklyn to open next week (10/3).

    Posted by Brooke Baldeschwiler

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    miguelmarquezoutside:

    Park sign installed today.

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    ryanjorgensen:

Jackson Lake, WY  by Ryan Jorgensen
Grand Teton National Park

    ryanjorgensen:

    Jackson Lake, WY  by Ryan Jorgensen

    Grand Teton National Park

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    saltandsteel:

    home is where you park it. classic 1953 “rod and reel”

    Salt&Steel

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