The Mountain

20 Feb 19
Picsocast

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20 Feb 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Group

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn + var sbFBAPPID = ‘457641991045477’; EU Commissioners Corina Creţu and Vytenis Andriukaitis met with health workers at a roundtable in Brussels and agreed to start a debate on future EU health investments under the bloc’s cohesion policy for 2021-2027. The pilot programme is […]

20 Feb 19
Get Lost With Me

Please be cautious of cusswords, may not be safe for children. Additionally, I rant quite a bit in this piece while trying to photo dump to lighten the crap ton of words. I shall bullet point the important parts directly below for those who need to save time. Airport SIMS cost a ton, it is […]

20 Feb 19
Viviana MacKade

Small town alert! Sweet stories! The series is Brighton Cove Series by Jamie Salisbury, a Contemporary Romance. Everything About You ~Brighton Cove Series Book 1 Audrey Cooper has good memories Brighton Cove, Maine. She just hopes the quiet, coastal village holds enough of them to silence the echoes of the living hell she endured as a […]

20 Feb 19
24hourspay

Jack Bobridge said it felt like “the closest you could come to death without actually dying”. An Australian ex-professional road racer and Olympic track medallist, in 2015 he attempted to set a new world record for distance cycled in one hour. It took him to the brink of total exhaustion. Crumpled over his handlebars after […]

20 Feb 19
Menopausal Mommy

Having a baby at 50 is like wandering into middle earth without a map that’s all in Elfin and having never even read (nor ever wanted to read) Tolkein. Everyone’s speaking gibberish and seems, well, naïve and kind of silly – like all those Dungeon & Dragons friends of mine from high school. Having a […]

20 Feb 19
Linnaea and lexi's adventures

Yesterday we completed the 12 mile Tongariro Crossing… Apparently one of the world’s most popular hikes. It was a stunning point to point that took us around the volcanically blasted landscape of Mt. Ngauruhoe aka Mt. Doom. It was pretty easy to imagine Sam and frodo struggling up the mountain slopes… Except for the little […]

20 Feb 19
Leighton Literature

1. December 2015. It had been an oddly fascinating day wandering around the Cambodian ghost city of Kep. We’d strolled across the pretty but tiny Kep Beach, admired the old flaky colonial villas and walked and walked and walked and walked down the increasingly neglected promenade with its sittin’ doin’ nothin locals and inactive, tatty […]

20 Feb 19
Desde mi vista...

I feel like a failure. I will be 38 in just a few months and I feel like I’m not at all where I want to be in my life. I regret so many things, like never finishing school and getting my degree, never figuring out what I wanted to do with my life until […]

20 Feb 19
Bon Bon Lifestyle Webazine

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on LinkedIn + var sbFBAPPID = ‘457641991045477’; EU Commissioners Corina Creţu and Vytenis Andriukaitis met with health workers at a roundtable in Brussels and agreed to start a debate on future EU health investments under the bloc’s cohesion policy for 2021-2027. The pilot programme is […]

20 Feb 19
onlinetravelguideuk

Haiti is a nation ensured to sudden stunning exhibition. Disaster scarred yet persistent, this little Caribbean country has incredible magnificence and extraordinary need. Flaunting verdant mountains, white sandy shorelines and a lot of African immediacy, Haiti may be monetarily poor, yet it is wealthy in common magnificence, socially prosperous. Imparting the island of Hispaniola to […]

20 Feb 19
More Outdoor Stories

If you go to Mactan Island and get an Island Hopping package, you would probably go to the much more famous islands in the area such as Pandanon with its famous white sand bars, the Caohagan Islands with its nice clear waters for diving. Add Hilutungan, Nalusuan and Sulpa Islands in the list and that […]

20 Feb 19
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Where it lives: The Saola is found only in the Annamite Mountains of Laos and Vietnam Why it’s endangered: The biggest threat to the saola  is intense levels of hunting, particularly through snaring, across its range. The saola is not a target species in commercial trade; it has no value in traditional medicine, but is […]

20 Feb 19
Sonja Hakala

It’s been a tough year weather-wise all over Vermont. Last summer was nearly rainless and this winter’s weather has roller-coastered from snow in abundance to the two most dreaded weather words in winter—wintry mix. For the uninitiated, wintry mix combines snow, snow crystals that look and act like tiny styrofoam balls, sleet, rain and, best […]

20 Feb 19
bicycledreamswithbim

Not many know that there is a small town in Laguna called Rizal. Tayak hill is just a short uphill trek maybe 30 minutes or 2 hours depending on one’s place. While on the other hand, 20-30 minutes drive from the Rizal Elementary School, on the higher part of the mountain, the road is one […]