For short laidback treks with friends or a picnic with your little one, The Rambler Backpack Cooler is a stylish way to pack in all your goodies. This backpack from @barebonesliving has comfortable adjustable straps, an anti-microbial lining and can hold up to 20 12 oz cans! It even features a little bottle opener on the zipper, just in case you forget yours. Snag this piece on sale in the shop!
A Pedra da Bigorna mais conhecida como Pedra do Telégrafo está localizada no Parque Estadual da Pedra Branca, em Barra de Guaratiba e possui 354 metros de altura. A pedra serviu de base para um destacamento militar de observação de submarinos durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial e hoje é muito procurada por seus belos mirantes.
Lá de cima é possível ver as praias selvagens do Rio de Janeiro, como a Praia do Meio, Funda, Grumari, além do Recreio, Barra da Tijuca e a Pedra da Gávea.
Holy Jim Canyon, California:
If you are looking for photos of your rig, I know a guy😏
Shoot me a DM if you are looking to get some photos done! Also, I finally wrote another blog post, the link is in my bio!
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The next story of the adventure vlog follows @larkin_wilson and his dad @thwilso as they kayak fish the Chattahoochee River. The stretch between Buford Dam and Settles Bridge is a great float. It’s supposed to be nice in Georgia this weekend, so load up your kayaks and canoes and check it out! 🛶
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Josh & Shelley over at @tinyhousebasics knows all about compact portability! They've taken the Campfire on their trip to Death Valley to keep warm during the chilly desert nights🌵 / 📷: @tinyhousebasics
Deep in the jungle, along the equator in the Pacific Ocean, away from any notable city or town, humans have come from all over the world to gather for a shared purpose. To awaken our minds, spirits, and habits further to living a life in direct relationship to the land and seas that nurture us. The way we live and consume in our simple every day lives, is to dominate nature and extract beyond our needs, and beyond the natural cycles to replenish.
This day we ventured out to a reef, along with a group of world class chefs, where we ate incredibly delicious ceviche and a fruit medley, all harvested hyper-locally.
Aerial shots by @email@example.com@tanusas.hotel