Rains

20 Apr 19
Not just food!

-Romanian version, after the English- There’s still a crock of you in me, a charm of love, can you just see? A soul among the shadows, dear, that disappear when you are near … There’s still in me your sigh my love, a drop of a dew, a white, blessed dove, A mild whisper in […]

20 Apr 19
BATT Argentina

“ESTAN TODOS INVITADOS y CUALQUIERA PUEDE PARTICIPAR” Llegamos al sábado y los nuevamente los esperamos a todos para compartir un gran evento en “La Reserva”. “5K SEMANALES, GRATIS y con REGISTRO de Tiempos para TODOS” Punto de Encuentro: Todos los Sábados a las 9:00am en “La Reserva“.   Y si planean venir con invitados, por […]

20 Apr 19
Montreal Gazette

I saw my first real sign of spring last week, a Montreal urban version of the first robin. It was an outdoor terrasse on Peel St. — and my heart throbbed.

20 Apr 19
Montreal Gazette

Rain changing to periods of drizzle in the morning.

20 Apr 19
Vape Traveller

Fruit juices. http://bit.ly/2vcjdoa I have never liked fruit juices. I am more of a dessert/custard/biscuit type vaper. But. I bought some fruit type juices from prime vapes just on a whim. "tropics" and "purple rain" I have just loaded 2 tanks with the juice in, and I have to admit, they are fucking good. Never […]

20 Apr 19
An Exercise in Subtraction

We’re taking time to travel with our kids over the next six months. Our first adventure begins on May 2. We’ll be walking the Camino de Santiago, a ~750km hike across Northern Spain with our backpacks and little more than three days worth of clothes, rain wear and our sleeping bags. We’ll share images, lessons […]

20 Apr 19
Travel Size

The Fish Tail mountain finally revealed itself today. Although framed by cloud, it still took the collective breath out of all those that had bothered to get up at 5:50 to witness the twin peaked summit. What pictures and even videos fail to capture is the sheer scale of these monstrous granite monoliths. Each one […]

20 Apr 19
St Croix Reformed Church

April 20, 2019 By Kate Meyer Psalm 147 Praise for God’s Care for Jerusalem 1 Praise the Lord! How good it is to sing praises to our God; for he is gracious, and a song of praise is fitting. 2 The Lord builds up Jerusalem; he gathers the outcasts of Israel. 3 He heals the […]

20 Apr 19
sipthinkwriterepeat

Today, in this city, this long awaited rain is making me feel parched, that rise of the wet soil fragrance is making me feel choked because today, we both are here seeing this happening but from different windows. – Raj

20 Apr 19
sandmoos

Please Note:  This post may take awhile to load due to a number ‘o clips having been included.   My new motto: If even you are bored of reading what you just wrote, trash it. I honestly had spent about 3 hours writing a post just now.  Three…whole…hours.  Ah, so much wasted time!  But as much […]

20 Apr 19
ISLINGTON SWIFTS

Hi friends of Islington & De Beauvoir Swifts Here is our April update, only 3 weeks or so now until the swifts arrive – due 5-6th May in north London. Last year many were 1-2 weeks late, probably due to exceptionally bad weather in southern Europe, but more often than not they’ll arrive in our […]

20 Apr 19
thoughts on design and everything cycling

St Malo to Nice (almost) It is always special meeting a new group, Longer trips are extra special as there is a real chance getting to know each other. This trip was no exception and with two northerners as part of our riding group, Will and Andrew it was bound to be a winning combination […]

20 Apr 19
My Zimbabwe News

THE Meteorological Services Department (MSD) has predicted a wet Easter in some parts of the country with isolated showers and scattered thunderstorms expected. In a statement issued on Wednesday, the MSD said isolated wet weather is expected in some parts of the country over the weekend, with some areas expected to experience thunderstorms. “All Matabeleland […]

20 Apr 19
Nicki Spen

Day 11 It took five Weetabix and a banana for me to feel anything like human after the long day of wet riding to Dingle. With a plan to cycle the peninsula loop that morning, I realised my bike would first need some attention. At the end of each day I had been diving into […]

20 Apr 19
Latitude. Longitude. Ludwigs.

So after we left Sydney we flew to Brisbane and rented a car to get to Coolum beach (north of Brisbane 1 hour). It was great to fly the 1000 kilometers to Brisbane in a couple hours instead of driving. We decided it would be smart to rent an airbnb for a week this time, […]