Yesterday: climbed to the top of a mountain the Alps. This was in Vittorio Veneto, Italy. The climb took us about 3 hours, granted we stopped and took pictures many times along the way. Popped out to a 360 degree view of the mountains and cities all around us.
"Now death, where is your sting? Our resurrected King has rendered you defeated. Forever, He is glorified. Forever, He is lifted high. Forever, He is risen. He is alive." - Forever, Kari Jobe (via heartbeatofatwentysomething)
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Arctic Ocean Ski Tour by Dog Sled, 1894
Voyage| June 24, 1893 to August 13, 1896
Plan| To drive his ship, the Fram, into the ice, until encased, then ride the natural drift to the North Pole. Goal unreached even after abandoning the drift idea and attempting to reach the pole by skis and dog sleds. Although, the trip proved great importance to polar research.

Photographer| Fridtjof Nansen (1861-1930)

From| National Library of Norway
This may not make sense

Every once in a while a random assortment of words captures my attention. They make no context, but they grab you; little phrases, tiny poems, it’s like they play life’s sweet melody and strike a chord that resonates with you. 

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Jamie Menna

Finally found a pair that fit


Tearing through Montecito with Kate Mase a.k.a Half of Salt & Steel.

Coco’s view from date #1.
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