Fargnoli Park Courts designed by Jim Drain | @jimdrainstudio
+ Project Backboard | @project_backboard #projectbackboard #RIonDesign
Jim Drain, a sculptor, painter and fabric-maker who graduated from the RISD worked with Sam Peterson and Ralph Sunga at Project Backboard, who’ve done similar public art projects this summer on courts in LA, Cincinnati, Milwaukee + New Rochelle, NY.
📷: Kris Craig
Source: Alex Kufner, Providence Journal, Oct. 14 2018 @provjournal
Chilier lidt på Rhodos ⛱☀️🍹
Ferie i børnehøjde med sol, vand og is i lange baner. All inklusive bliver aldrig min favorit ferie. Men børnene elsker det og så er mama glad ❤️ Hvad man ikke gør for sine børn 🙈
På den anden side fik jeg tre dage i Athen hvor vi kunne se og tale lidt om kultur og historie og så får drengene fire i ferie på deres præmisser.
Win Win 👬🍧🍭🍩
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Throughout my travels, this has been my favorite scarf to wear. I wrap it around my neck, I tie it to my hair or to my bag. ⠀
Somewhere in Kennebunkport, Maine, I lost this scarf - one moment it was in my hair and the next it was gone (scarf thief anyone?? 😂)⠀
It's probably been one of my most treasured possessions I've ever lost while traveling. The moment I realized it was gone, I tried 100% to not let it get me down. After all, travel is about experiences - not things!⠀
Have you ever lost anything while traveling? I briefly lost my passport in Japan, only to have them returned safe and sound (only in Japan!! 🇯🇵)⠀
Pictured: Providence State House, Rhode Island, USA 🇺🇸 ⠀
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Wouldn't you like to see something strange?
Come with us and you will see
This, our town of Halloween. 🎃 The Jack-o-lantern Spectacular at @rwpzoo
is one of my favorite events of the year. I’ve been lucky enough to get to go to this year’s event twice already. My favorite sections this year were the @strangerthingstv
and Harry Potter displays. I do also always love the giant display at the end with hundreds and hundreds of jack-o-lanterns though. I’m hoping to make it back one more time before the end of the month so keep an eye on my story. What is one of your favorite fall events?
I’m headed out to Rhode Island first thing tomorrow morning. I wish it were under happier circumstances, so here is a throwback to happier times a few months back 💗
This is all that remains of Whale Rock Light. This lighthouse was originally built in 1882 off the coast of Narragansett, to warn and guide mariners along a dangerous reef. Shortly before its construction a schooner had a fatal breach with the rocks below. This lighthouse, no doubt, saved many a ship and lives that passed through Narragansett Bay every day of its 56 years of existence. Sadly, it was destroyed in the infamous New England Hurricane of 1938, along with a few other RI lighthouses.
Can you believe there is less than one month until the end of the 2018 season? Rough Point will close for the regular season after Sunday, November 11. Plan your visit today before it’s too late - we are open until 7 pm tonight!
Stepping into fall like...#fall
Have you explored Fort Adams State Park near Newport, Rhode Island? You should! It’s full of interesting history, places to run and explore freely, and has stellar views on all sides.
Apparently during the Revolution, before the fort was built, the Fort Adams site had a small 6-gun battery. They engaged British warships on two different occasions, both times driving them away. The existing Fort Adams has never been attacked.
There are several different ways to tour the fort that take people from the tops of the walls to underground tunnels. Our crew isn’t so much into guided tours at this season of our lives (#becausetoddlers
), so we opted for the 2-mile Bay Walk around the perimeter of the fort. We found a tiny little beach for throwing stones and watched huge boats navigate the Narragansett Bay.
One boat to brave the rainy day in Jamestown, RI ☔️
This is #lunchgoals
One of my favorite things right now—Brussels sprouts and diced pork belly (or not) on top of a perfect salad with Gorgonzola and cranberries. @boom_ri
Por otro, si estás con auto 🚗, te recomiendo dos paseos clave 👉🏻 el de Scenic Ocean Drive bordeando el mar y por Bellevue Avenue, la calle de las mansiones históricas, increíbles como Marble House, Rosecliff, Chateau-sur-Mer, The Elms y The Breakers (la casa de veraneo de la familia Vanderbilt)
Un tip 👉🏻 varias de las “Newport Mansions” se pueden ver desde el Cliff Walk, un camino de 5.6 km bordea el mar junto a los acantilados de acceso público, y que pasa por la parte de atrás de varias mansiones y desde ahí se ven los enormes jardines.
Las visitas por los interiores de las mansiones son de pago, en todas cobran entrada. Hay un pase para 5 casas por $35 usd, no lo hice porque estaba mas en plan low cost, asique las vi desde afuera 😂