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Posted at: 2019-07-23 22:54:00
💔Yesterday my biggest fear was realized and my trailer was hit at full speed by a truck on the freeway... and somehow this is all the damage 😳 I don’t know how I got so lucky but I’ll be forever grateful that my sweet little home wasn’t turned into debris 🥰 Also: pretty happy to be alive!
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Hike By: @damian_blunt#HikeVibes
Posted at: 2019-07-23 20:52:26
Huzur #tb ‘si 🌾 (Her dönüşte oluyor, bir boşluk, bir çaresizlik, ne yapacağımlık, beni neler bekliyorluk,... daha neler neler..)
Posted at: 2019-07-23 22:49:11
Henningsvær fishing village in Lofoten, located on several small islands off the southern coast of Austvågøya 🗺 The village has a population of roughly 510, and is the perfect introduction to Lofoten if you're visiting for the first time.
Posted at: 2019-07-23 22:14:59
we did a fun little tour & interview @mountainmodernlife this week! check out their blog through the link in our bio.
Posted at: 2019-07-23 23:59:04
Heading out of the Mizpah Hut towards Mt. Washington with winds for the day forecasted at 50-70mph! Going to have to put some rocks in my pack to keep from blowing away 😬
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“This is the time where I have to make another choice. The choice to leave everything comfortable in order for me to leap forward. The choice to decide what I am leaving behind in this next chapter of my life and I am praying that once again, like so many times before, I learn to trust and let go”🌿
A little taste of what today’s blog post is like! I was feeling all kinds of full moon, planet energy things. Follow the link in my bio for a peak into where my brain has been🌿
This shoot was an epic adventure! So many unique experiences with an awesome collection of people. Thanks to @ryankontra@thebtown for bringing me along for the wild ride 💙
Posted at: 2019-07-24 00:59:13
[Knowing which direction to go in order to reach food or home is important for many animal species, including humans. For human foragers who travel long distances every day for hunting and gathering, orientation skills are essential.
Colleagues from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology set out to study how the Mbendjele BaYaka people in Republic of the Congo orient themselves in the dense rainforest.
They found that the Mbendjele BaYaka are highly accurate at pointing to distant and out-of-sight target locations. The researchers found pointing accuracy was equally good in men and women.
"Gender equality in the Mbendjele BaYaka population may result in Mbendjele women's long-distance foraging for fishing and hunting as do men.
"The Mbendjele BaYaka people live in flat lowland rainforests where orienting oneself is challenging due to heavy vegetation and the absence of distant landmarks like mountain peaks. People who live in such an environment may need to start learning how to use the position of the sun to ascertain a direction from a very early age."
According to the authors, this study provides the first behavioral evidence for sun compass use in humans. "We know that bees can use the sun to navigate, but surprisingly there has been no scientific evidence yet that humans may have this skill, too, and that children may develop this skill by age six."]
Looking back at some pics from last year’s adventure around the Four Pass Loop. That was such a great backpacking trip with @brittycren! Can’t wait for more adventures like this in the future. #justSMOOTit