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Playing Tourist... For Cheap

If I could name a signature accessory, it would be headphones. You’d be hard-pressed to find a time when a pair of those suckers aren’t fixed to my face. 589 more words

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Mount Rainier National Park & Mount St. Helens

Travel Log Entry 14 From our West of the Mississippi Trip | 8.24.2016

We left Enumclaw, Washington, at 7:15 am and ended the day at around 9:45 pm in an area called Memaloose in Oregon. 200 more words

Night skating in da 416EXY 

Nathan Philips Square 

416exy night skating at Nathan Philips square


Missouri State Capitol

Inauguration day in the Missouri State Capitol. As music plays in the rotunda all of the offices are staffed and full of people from both parties. 59 more words


Batu Karas, Indonesia; The Ultimate Roadtrip Rite of Passage

Once upon a time Batu Karas was known as a quiet fishing village, and a secret surfing spot. Located just 32km west of Pangandaran, it’s become quite the popular destination for a (prolonged) weekend escape. 1,130 more words


Oroville Lake, November 2014

Food for thought as we watch the developments on the Feather River.

The contrast is a statement about California and our climate: there is a limit to our ability to consistently managed the rivers of a state that was forged on extremes of drought and flood. 51 more words


IMPORTANT! [Carlos Erik Malpica Flores]: Top 10 Facts about the Grand Canyon

United States is a country that has a wide variety of places to visit, especially if you consider that they are plenty of natural wonders in this country. 302 more words

Carlos Erik Malpica Flores