FOR All THINGS OUTDOORS🌲🏔🏕
Outdoor Goods • Lifestyle • Adventure
Spent the last few days here swimming, rope swinging, and exploring caves by candle light. Paradise seems like the right word
After a full day of fun in the snow, nothing beats coming home to your bed.
if you look hard enough you might find something you were not expecting
counting down the seconds until exams are over and the adventures can resume ⏳
And so into those hills, I ventured. Something called to me from deep between the trees, the forest peaceful, yet no birds sang, it was silent, though the wind ran through the leaves, all was as it should be yet something was off, the feeling that I was not alone in those woods.
Sunday was a great success, thank you all for the support and kind words. Most importantly a big thank you to @oc_overland @vtxwheels
for they’re hard work putting together the event to give back to the kids along with everyone that donated toys. Y’all made it happen! 🙌🏻 -
To old friends and new, cheers! 🍻
I havn't shared much from my SE Asia trip but it sure had its moments. To get to this spot you actually have to walk through a lady's house, as the stairs are basically connected.
When the heli arrives in your color. 🚁😍 We've been busy testing out non-ski ideas in the Rockies to add to your winter itinerary. Would you try a heli snowshoe adventure - yay or nay?
Belle souvenir Porto 🇵🇹🚶🏻♂️🌲👌🏻🌍🌆
November was so crazy busy with traveling and moving that I've really been stoked to have the last 2 weekends at home. Last weekend was dedicated to unpacking while this weekend was dedicated to cooking and, well, sitting my ass on the couch and doing nothing.
But, those who know me know that won't last. The mountains have been getting dumped on and I haven't been able to get there...yet. One might say they've been calling and I've been avoiding their calls.
But in 2 more weekends, it's on. Mammoth, I'm coming for you!
“I’m half white and half Hawaiian so I kind of get both sides of the struggle. But to me diversity isn’t just about skin color. When I say lack of diversity I’m not specifically talking about skin color, but ... age, body type and members of the LGBTQ community.” - @hawaiian_grl_pnw
We hope to be diverse and all-inclusive in who we feature. Our goal is to foster community, and that includes listening to your feedback! @hawaiian_grl_pnw
reached out to us and brought diversity to our attention. .
We don’t want to be just another feature page. We want to spotlight women explorers who you may not have met otherwise - it seems we see the same accounts again and again on our feeds. #diversifyoutdoors #diversifyyourfeed
A little bit of off-roading will lead you to the good spots.
Lucky to love and be loved 💕
This week take 15% off your order with code HAPPYHOLIDAYS ❄️ This month is all about giving so while we’re giving 10% of all sales to @dressember
we wanted to give you all a little something too! 🎁 #driftinggypsies
Local: Guincho velho, Cascais, Portugal
A weekend well spent brings a week of content
Missing my takin’ a tink on top of tall things adventure kween partner in crime somethin’ fierce as she romps around the awe-inspiring huemul covered, magical land that is fogón Patagonico. Enjoy every damn second my love, but come back to me quick, k?
If you already need a stress reliever this Monday morning, I suggest you turn on the sound and watch the most relaxing, calming video I’ve ever taken. This is my happy place 😌
’Not all who wander are lost.’ Unless your plastered walking around in circles with your FREE knife from us. Link in bio!🍻
Drove 500km down to visit Albany, a historical town where every pavement, every house tells a story.
Может постить больше фотографий себя – это хорошая идея. А может все эти фото домов, морей, фонарей и есть я.
Princes Pier Port Melbourne
Way of seeing 'forest' | In #southeastasia
, the idea of categorising some lands as “forest” emerged in the 19th century. Many #colonial
governments enacted laws to demarcate state forests and declared specific forest species to be state property. This transformation helped constitute “customary rights” and also the sanctions against those who didn't hold the 'rights' to access #forest
resource. Namely, the state regulated ‘who’ can, or cannot, access to forested lands.
That said, customary rights were not self-determined by the #indigenous
people, but were defined during the course of the colonial administrations in the attempt to justify their control over forest resources.
Come to think of it, can it be the laws (re)shape our way of seeing ‘forest’ and human-nature relationship today?