Snow Peak

16 Jul 19
Talkmore

I have swum in crystal-clear English rivers at the height of summer, raced across New York to take a dip in lidos in all five of its boroughs in a single day, and dived into plunge pools beneath turbulent waterfalls deep in the cloud forests of Costa Rica. In short, I am obsessed with swimming. […]

16 Jul 19

Disney’s forthcoming streaming service Disney+ is set to have a plethora of Marvel projects including Loki, WandaVision, What If?, and Falcon & Winter Soldier. However, there will be a Marvel series ready in time for the launch. Marvel has announced that a new series titled Marvel’s Storyboards hosted by Marvel’s Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada […]

16 Jul 19
Footloose Forever

Devbhoomi Uttarakhand, the land where spirituality meets the pristine natural Himalayan beauty. Replete not only with a sense of devotional aura the place is home to some of the most impeccable collection of flora and fauna. The biodiversity of Uttarakhand is so magical that the national parks here are well preserved and maintained to save […]

16 Jul 19
Stephanie's Springs Real Estate

Chris and I made one of the best decisions we’ve ever made two years ago when we moved to Colorado springs. It’s such a uniquely wonderful city. It’s also right in between both of our families. His family lives in Longmont, mine in Canon City. After we settled in, though, we realized it would have been nice if we would have gotten some insights from locals about Colorado Springs before we moved here. So, we put a list together of eight things we wish we would have known before moving here.

16 Jul 19
A Collection by Alex Miltenberger

For this post I want to talk about a recent overnight backpacking trip I did with my girlfriend Audrey and her dog Max. We had originally planned to go to Desolation Wilderness, but since the last winter was a heavy one, we were advised to go elsewhere. We settled on a short 4.1-mile trail in […]

16 Jul 19
Shipti

Let me take you on a virtual trip to a land where distance is measured in hours…..!!! And the landscape change at the distance of every few hours…!!! Rocky hills with dense green moss & water dribbling from it, To a dry rocky terrain with a stream flowing through it, To a path laid by […]

16 Jul 19
DCMainlander Collection V. 2

Someone told Kim that South Idaho was very scenery. Only one-day drive away, we decided to tour the part of the state before she headed back to the East in the fall. Day one was a travelling day with a stop in Pendleton. As it’s a quick stop we didn’t do any research and somewhat […]

16 Jul 19
My Adventurous Soul

Since I first learned about Peru at a young age, I’d been hooked. I’d learned about the Inca, and of the great speeds and distances that they could run, their Nazca lines, tales of their Sun God and of course the Kon-Tiki expedition. All when doing a school project at around the age of 8 […]

16 Jul 19
heidihikes

TRT Day Zero: 0.7 miles It’s finally hiking day! I’ve been feeling so many things this busy summer, and I am relieved the slow down quiet part is here. Just two weeks for this hike- my shortest planned hike yet, but with the snow on trail this year it could still be one of the […]

16 Jul 19
The official Washington D.C. news site - timworld.info

National Business Federal review says skier triggered deadly New Mexico slide By MORGAN LEE Associated Press July 15, 2019 06:10 PM ORDER REPRINT → FILE – In this Jan. 17, 2019, file photo, people search for victims after an avalanche buried multiple people near the highest peak of Taos Ski Valley, one of the biggest […]

16 Jul 19
Riding With Gary

Today, we hope to catch more than a glimpse of Washington state’s highest point, cross two recently opened highway passes, roll through our third National Park this week, and end up in the heart of the state’s agriculture belt. We begin by turning west out of Packwood on Skate Creek Road, alternately known by the […]

16 Jul 19
Reading Where

July 1 is Canada Day. It’s like Canada’s Independence Day, for those of you who don’t have your finger on the pulse of Canadian holidays. I do because, y’all, I love Canada. If you haven’t learned anything else about me, you should at least know that wanderlust and booklust are incredibly intertwined for me. I […]

16 Jul 19
My Island Bistro Kitchen

People visit Prince Edward Island, Canada’s smallest province, for all kinds of reasons but many will tell you it’s for the beautiful beaches, stunning scenery, fine golf courses, and fabulous food – ahhhhh, yes, the food and, more specifically, the seafood.  Most people, when PEI is mentioned, will immediately say that we are known for […]

16 Jul 19
verskongdifa

Download MAC OS X Lion (10.7) ISO image for free. ※ Download: Download mac os x 10.6 iso image Direct Download macOS Now you can install Yosemite, because there’s not a network blocking the install. Kenny Seems like a scam to get you to install their download manager. You can also which is latest so […]

16 Jul 19
Random Phantom

As I’m drying myself after the shower my body feeling the sheer excitement of heat mixed with the cold air. As the temperature outside is a chilly 3 degrees. Im in my room listening to my favourite  Psychedelic trance dj producers the music 🎵 also makes my mind buzz. I get lost in the sound. […]

15 Jul 19
nupepa

ON HAWAII’S SNOWY PEAKS. Picture by Gartley. 1. SNOW AND CLOUDS ON MAUNA KEA. 2. ON TOP OF MAUNA KEA. 3. MAUNA KEA SNOWFALL. 4. A HALT ON MAUNA KEA’S SLOPES. (Advertiser, 2/4/1906, p. 9)  

15 Jul 19
Backpacking Europe Sample Itineraries

Paris France Day 8 I use the following rating system when ranking the sights: ▲▲▲ Don’t Miss ▲▲ Try hard to see ▲ Worthwhile if you can make it   A) ▲▲Army Museum and Napoleon’s Tomb The emperor’s imposing tomb, flanked by museums of France’s wars. If you’re ever considering trying to conquer Europe to become its absolute dictator, come here before gathering your army. Hitler did, but still went […]