dreamingofpines:

Mushrooms, botanical illustration.

dreamingofpines:

Mushrooms, botanical illustration.

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I can’t wait till winter comes cause then maybe finally that house across the street will close their damn door that’s open 24/7, and I won’t have to listen to their kids cry/scream all the damn time

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craftedincarhartt:

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BACKPACKING HACKS

Montana is one of the most beautiful places on earth. I was lucky enough to spend a few days backpacking around the area. It’s filled with geysers, natural hot springs, wildlife, and so much nature to explore. Here are a few tips I researched before I set off on an adventure:

1.) Avoid poison ivy, poison sumac, and poison oak. (pictured above) 
2.) When packing a backpack for the trip, pack the heaviest items closest to the middle of your back, lighter items on the front and bottom of the bag, and medium-weight, frequently used items on top.
3.) To gauge how much daylight is left in the day, outstretch your arm and hold your hand just under the sun. Count how many times you line up your hands in the distance between the sun and the horizon. Each finger is equivalent to 15 minutes of sun, therefore each hand is equivalent to about an hour of daylight remaining. 
4.) You guys know I’m a picture-a-holic, but don’t get so camera happy that you forget to step back and appreciate the glory around you. Make sure to put down the electronics for a bit to really soak up as much wilderness as possible. 

Now get out there and experience the natural beauties the world has to offer! 

my adventuring gear: Carhartt Women’s Calumet Long-Sleeve V-Neck, Carhartt El Paso Shorts, Women’s Wellington Boots, Carhartt D89 Backpack, & Carhartt Water Bottle

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behindbobsburgers:

*Reaching enlightenment* (via comicbooktakeover)

behindbobsburgers:

*Reaching enlightenment* (via comicbooktakeover)

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bittertowncowboy:

WOWEE. $5 headshot commissions now available because I really want to be able to afford PAX next year!

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Came home from work, opened the door, and the smell of kimchi and sardines hits me in the face like a ton of bricks. Thanks, elia…i don’t think you could have chosen a more stinky combination of food

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Ooooh

Ooooh

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maxbroforce:

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fifty-shades-of-shade:

wetravelfast00:

geatc:

ultrafacts:

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This country is really absurd sometimes…

But we know we love it, though.

that’s why when I say “sorry” to ppl in the states they always dismiss my display of empathy saying “why are you saying sorry? it’s not your fault.” of course it’s not my fault! I want to help u feel bettah gawddd



"Sorry" means something different in Canada than it does in other places.
In Canada, if something bad happens and you say sorry, it means “I acknowledge that you have been inconvenienced or otherwise harmed, and I am expressing sympathy. I’d prefer it if the bad thing had not happened.”
We apologize for things constantly.
"Sorry I’m late, traffic was horrible!" Sorry about the traffic.
"Ugh, I think I caught the flu!" Sorry you have the flu. That must be unpleasant.
"My house was burglarized and everything of value stolen!" Oh wow, I’m sorry. That’s a terrible experience.
And so on. It’s rude not to apologize, because failing to apologize suggests you do not care.
There is even commercials up here in Canada about how we Canadians like to apologize for everything.
Sorry.



Canadian friends, is this true?

Actually, yeah, that’s pretty true. Generally speaking, anyway.

//tells people she’s “sorry they’re feeling ill” all the time :’D

maxbroforce:

megomobat:

ouijubell:

vancity604778kid:

fifty-shades-of-shade:

wetravelfast00:

geatc:

ultrafacts:

Source For more facts, Follow Ultrafacts

This country is really absurd sometimes…

But we know we love it, though.

that’s why when I say “sorry” to ppl in the states they always dismiss my display of empathy saying “why are you saying sorry? it’s not your fault.” of course it’s not my fault! I want to help u feel bettah gawddd

"Sorry" means something different in Canada than it does in other places.

In Canada, if something bad happens and you say sorry, it means “I acknowledge that you have been inconvenienced or otherwise harmed, and I am expressing sympathy. I’d prefer it if the bad thing had not happened.”

We apologize for things constantly.

"Sorry I’m late, traffic was horrible!"
Sorry about the traffic.

"Ugh, I think I caught the flu!"
Sorry you have the flu. That must be unpleasant.

"My house was burglarized and everything of value stolen!"
Oh wow, I’m sorry. That’s a terrible experience.

And so on. It’s rude not to apologize, because failing to apologize suggests you do not care.

There is even commercials up here in Canada about how we Canadians like to apologize for everything.

Sorry.

Canadian friends, is this true?

Actually, yeah, that’s pretty true. Generally speaking, anyway.

//tells people she’s “sorry they’re feeling ill” all the time :’D

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natazilla:

sailor moon sketches

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