I really love visiting my chiropractor

Because he’s the only person who ever gives me a hug now .

So its been exactly two weeks since my last hug.

I sorely need one.

My SCOBY would eat your SCOBY.

My SCOBY would eat your SCOBY.

Going back to daily life after backpacking makes everything seem so… grey.

Going back to daily life after backpacking makes everything seem so… grey.

rusticmeetsvintage:

Eerste spinazie uit eigen tuin by -Berta…- #flickstackr
Flickr: http://flic.kr/p/nfAc63

rusticmeetsvintage:

Eerste spinazie uit eigen tuin by -Berta…- #flickstackr

Flickr: http://flic.kr/p/nfAc63

ahhh

ahhh

(Source: 500px.com, via appalachiann)

I’d rather be in the mountains thinking of God, than in church thinking about the mountains.
why hellooo

why hellooo

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coffeentrees:

Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey). I have been at a loss for what to do in these days after the #Everest tragedy. As a photographer who has worked with the #Sherpa community (for an upcoming story at National Geographic), I am devastated. Two of the deceased were men I knew. At the end of the day I decided to give back to the community that gave so much to me, by creating sherpaphotofund.org. Some of the best photographers in the world joined me. For this week only, 10 of us who have worked in the region will be donating small, signed prints of our work for sale. %100 of proceeds (after printing and shipping) will go to the Sherpa community - distributed by the Alex Lowe Charitable Foundation (nonprofit), which has been working with Sherpa climbers in the #Khumbu since 2003. By purchasing a print today, you are helping provide relief to Sherpa families in crisis, as well as long-term support that transcends this single incident. Together, we can help to build a more comprehensive safety net for the high-altitude workers who help so many Westerners realize their dreams of the summit. To buy a print and learn more about distribution of funds visit http://ift.tt/1fp8TIX or find the link in the header of my personal stream »> @argonautphoto by natgeo

my heart goes out

coffeentrees:

Photo by @argonautphoto (Aaron Huey). I have been at a loss for what to do in these days after the #Everest tragedy. As a photographer who has worked with the #Sherpa community (for an upcoming story at National Geographic), I am devastated. Two of the deceased were men I knew. At the end of the day I decided to give back to the community that gave so much to me, by creating sherpaphotofund.org. Some of the best photographers in the world joined me. For this week only, 10 of us who have worked in the region will be donating small, signed prints of our work for sale. %100 of proceeds (after printing and shipping) will go to the Sherpa community - distributed by the Alex Lowe Charitable Foundation (nonprofit), which has been working with Sherpa climbers in the #Khumbu since 2003. By purchasing a print today, you are helping provide relief to Sherpa families in crisis, as well as long-term support that transcends this single incident. Together, we can help to build a more comprehensive safety net for the high-altitude workers who help so many Westerners realize their dreams of the summit. To buy a print and learn more about distribution of funds visit http://ift.tt/1fp8TIX or find the link in the header of my personal stream »> @argonautphoto by natgeo

my heart goes out

ruralgirl:

(via Urban Homesteading: Backyards, Bees and Chickens Best of 2011)

nice!
smart-gardener:

acid-anarchism:

Building a community garden with Food Not Bombs in Pilsen, Chicago

Fantastic!

Yay!

smart-gardener:

acid-anarchism:

Building a community garden with Food Not Bombs in Pilsen, Chicago

Fantastic!

Yay!

meeri-anneli:

Deer artwork created for Love Mae collaboration /// It is a part of a wall decal series called Woodland Animals - new range to be released soon.

meeri-anneli:

Deer artwork created for Love Mae collaboration /// It is a part of a wall decal series called Woodland Animals - new range to be released soon.

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Im home

It was too good to be true.

" Vis medicatrix naturae "
(Latin) There is medicine in Nature; the healing power of Nature; medicine in the trees.