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To the very edge and beyond...

I’m ‘feeling on edge’ we admit when something is out of balance with us, when our senses are heightened, when we’re liable to react too strongly to a sudden noise or movement. 69 more words

Photo101

Possible Post Titles: Why The 5 Second Rule is Not Infallible. Or, Don't Eat Stuff Off the Floor.

I’d like to share the following conversation, in the interests of educating the public on important food safety issues.

Me:  Well, I guess I shouldn’t eat stuff that falls on the floor. 72 more words

Living On The Edge When The Grid Fails

Survival Blog

Using Waldon Pond as a guide and an early Banner motor home as an inspiration, 22+ years ago I wired my 2,000 square foot home for 12-volt and 110-volt solar emergency lighting and light work. 120 more words

Prep

WORSHIPERS ON THE EDGE

WORSHIPERS ON THE EDGE ——————-

JIM PECHA, B.ARCH. CHRISTIAN ARTIST
MINISTER OF CREATIVITY, copywrite 2015 ————

In today’s world everyone is living on the edge. Natural disasters, terrorists, and disease are a real,danger. 60 more words

JIM PECHA

The Best Thing About The Millennial Generation

There’s something I really love about this new generation of rebels, or millennials, as most commonly known.

Rebels go against the norm that they should spend a good percentage of their adult years working away their life, making just enough money to afford to live. 694 more words

Living on the Edge

I had my eye on the route for a couple of months. I had come across a picture of it while browsing Mountain Project. Beautiful red sandstone with a massive arch feature cut out of the vertical wall. 1,755 more words

Adventure

The Slippery Slope To The Wild Side

Some days you just want breakfast for another meal.  Does that make it stop being breakfast?  I somehow doubt it.

Ive heard of people who have had steak and baked potatoes for their morning meal.   202 more words