Hiking

20 Jan 19
Dear Obiwan

Day 90: Sunday, December 30th Shuttle!!! to Laguna Armarga then bus to Puerto Natales, Chile Stayed at: The Singing Lamb Dear Obiwan, We did it Obi! Today was our 5th and final day of the W-Trek. We had our first successful breakfast (for me that means- good bread and eggs!) and thanks to Will I […]

20 Jan 19
beecosydesign

The rest of 2018 passed in a flurry of unexpected changes in our life taking us back to our hometown of Vancouver and a different lifestyle. Still, I want to finish writing about the second half of our experiences with the Ugandan mountain gorillas. Since the memories have become more distant I will let the […]

20 Jan 19
....Bilocalalia....

Originally posted on ARHtistic License:
My daughter Carly spent seven and a half weeks in Israel last year, six of those weeks in Hebron (I guess, technically, in Palestine) studying Arabic. She wants to go back this summer, and suggested I go, too. It’s been on my bucket list for thirty years. Carly warned me,…

20 Jan 19
Cozzoo

Cycling Gloves Bicycle Half Finger Gloves Bike Motorcycle GlovesSpecifications:Material: Lycra, toweling and microfiberColor: Blue, Purple, RedSize: M, L, XLFeatures:The back of gloves is made of breathable lycra, it is good elasticity and good wicking effect.The palm of gloves is made of wear-resisting microfiber fabric.Four thick palm pad, effectively improve the effect of damping and comfort.The […]

20 Jan 19
fish island media

This past thursday, Sean, Brad and I took a little hike in Connetquot State Park fish hatchery. Spent a little time hiking around the the trails and exploring the river and trout hatchery. Got some cool footage feeding some brown trout and rainbow trout. I’ll be releasing the video on youtube this sunday, and perhaps […]

20 Jan 19
One Million Photographs

    Hello! My name is Liz—welcome to my quest of collecting one million photos to document my journey through this vast, beautiful, diverse, and complex world that we live in. I spent my childhood moving around small towns in the Midwest. After completing high school in Minnesota, I relocated to St. Louis, Missouri to […]

20 Jan 19
Cozzoo

Features:1.Wide brim design,it can protect your face from sunburn.2.Mesh material,it is breathable,keep your summer cool.3.Buckle design, you can roll up your brim ,it is normal cowsboy hat.4.Suit for fishing,gardening,hiking,any outdoor sports.5.It is a best gift for your friends,lovers.Description:Material:Mesh+PolyesterColor:Beige,Navy,Black,GreenStyle:Fishing Hat,Gardening HatFeature:Mesh,BreathableSize:One Size Fits AllOccassion:fishing,gardening,hiking,any outdoor sportsWeight:60gDetail In Size:Head Circumference:About 56-58cm(Unadjustable)                          Hat Brim Width:About 8cm      […]

20 Jan 19
The Road and the Heart

It’s my last evening in Puerto Varas. Two or three nights seem to be my minimum wherever I stop. I like this because I never feel rushed and it takes that much time to even begin to have a feeling for the soul of place. I’ve been loving my attic space with it’s special wooden […]

20 Jan 19
Nation and State

Among the most memorable events of 2018 is that one of closest correlations across major asset classes – that between stocks and bonds – broke down, prompting Deutsche Bank strategist Torsten Slok to exclaim that “something is wrong.” “What is safe to say is that there is something driving equities lower, which is not impacting […]

20 Jan 19
That Hijabi Sister

Mountains, white beaches and lamington fingers It has been 3 weeks since our trip to Perth and i still miss it every day. I miss its cooling summer days, white beaches, beautiful nature and nice people. Australia has always been a place where my fiancee and i would always want to retire in – can you […]

20 Jan 19
Don't Get Chile

The views I was fortunate enough to get glimpses of and admire in this past week often left me breathless and kept me gazing. The Patagonia region, or southernmost region of Chile, is one I want to visit again and again and again. Maybe part of the reasoning behind this is because it reminds me […]

20 Jan 19
clairemocha

Opening your Eyes to see a Greater Outlook on Life. Opening your eyes. What does that mean exactly? Why do I need to see a greater outlook on life? Let me give you an example; you’re somewhere warm, somewhere by a beach. Your driving through town to check out the stores and restaurants. You keep […]

20 Jan 19
peoples trust toronto

Among the most memorable events of 2018 is that one of closest correlations across major asset classes – that between stocks and bonds – broke down, prompting Deutsche Bank strategist Torsten Slok to exclaim that “something is wrong.” “What is safe to say is that there is something driving equities lower, which is not impacting […]

20 Jan 19
Travel

Full Grain thick cowhide leather, hand-made by professional artisans,Cotton lining
Dimension:24(L)*20(W)*6(H)cm , Net Weight:0.33KG/0.78lb
Suitable for Mountaineer,outdoor sports,hiking,traveling,camping,business trip