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Killing Time in Shenandoah
The downside to going to Virginia for a crazy rocket launch is that it’s not going anywhere unless the weather is perfect. All told, after getting into town the launch suffered two day-long delays that left me stuck out there hoping the delays wouldn’t continue and force me to choose between canceling photoshoots back in Chicago or abandoning the trip to, you know, make money.
I resolved there’s no reason to make that decision until the very last possible second, and that waiting around for a rocket is kind of boring. If I must twiddle my thumbs, I’d prefer to do so while trail running. Where better than the nearest area adjacent to the Appalachian Trail? As usual, I didn’t pack any of the right things for such an activity- good shoes, for example. I figured my Toms would be good enough, you know? The trail conditions weren’t, uh, exactly the chillest as you can see, but ending the day sweaty, dirty, with surprisingly no bruises on the bottoms of my feet made the launch delays totally more tolerable.
railpass:

Killing Time in Shenandoah
The downside to going to Virginia for a crazy rocket launch is that it’s not going anywhere unless the weather is perfect. All told, after getting into town the launch suffered two day-long delays that left me stuck out there hoping the delays wouldn’t continue and force me to choose between canceling photoshoots back in Chicago or abandoning the trip to, you know, make money.
I resolved there’s no reason to make that decision until the very last possible second, and that waiting around for a rocket is kind of boring. If I must twiddle my thumbs, I’d prefer to do so while trail running. Where better than the nearest area adjacent to the Appalachian Trail? As usual, I didn’t pack any of the right things for such an activity- good shoes, for example. I figured my Toms would be good enough, you know? The trail conditions weren’t, uh, exactly the chillest as you can see, but ending the day sweaty, dirty, with surprisingly no bruises on the bottoms of my feet made the launch delays totally more tolerable.
railpass:

Killing Time in Shenandoah
The downside to going to Virginia for a crazy rocket launch is that it’s not going anywhere unless the weather is perfect. All told, after getting into town the launch suffered two day-long delays that left me stuck out there hoping the delays wouldn’t continue and force me to choose between canceling photoshoots back in Chicago or abandoning the trip to, you know, make money.
I resolved there’s no reason to make that decision until the very last possible second, and that waiting around for a rocket is kind of boring. If I must twiddle my thumbs, I’d prefer to do so while trail running. Where better than the nearest area adjacent to the Appalachian Trail? As usual, I didn’t pack any of the right things for such an activity- good shoes, for example. I figured my Toms would be good enough, you know? The trail conditions weren’t, uh, exactly the chillest as you can see, but ending the day sweaty, dirty, with surprisingly no bruises on the bottoms of my feet made the launch delays totally more tolerable.
railpass:

Killing Time in Shenandoah
The downside to going to Virginia for a crazy rocket launch is that it’s not going anywhere unless the weather is perfect. All told, after getting into town the launch suffered two day-long delays that left me stuck out there hoping the delays wouldn’t continue and force me to choose between canceling photoshoots back in Chicago or abandoning the trip to, you know, make money.
I resolved there’s no reason to make that decision until the very last possible second, and that waiting around for a rocket is kind of boring. If I must twiddle my thumbs, I’d prefer to do so while trail running. Where better than the nearest area adjacent to the Appalachian Trail? As usual, I didn’t pack any of the right things for such an activity- good shoes, for example. I figured my Toms would be good enough, you know? The trail conditions weren’t, uh, exactly the chillest as you can see, but ending the day sweaty, dirty, with surprisingly no bruises on the bottoms of my feet made the launch delays totally more tolerable.
railpass:

Killing Time in Shenandoah
The downside to going to Virginia for a crazy rocket launch is that it’s not going anywhere unless the weather is perfect. All told, after getting into town the launch suffered two day-long delays that left me stuck out there hoping the delays wouldn’t continue and force me to choose between canceling photoshoots back in Chicago or abandoning the trip to, you know, make money.
I resolved there’s no reason to make that decision until the very last possible second, and that waiting around for a rocket is kind of boring. If I must twiddle my thumbs, I’d prefer to do so while trail running. Where better than the nearest area adjacent to the Appalachian Trail? As usual, I didn’t pack any of the right things for such an activity- good shoes, for example. I figured my Toms would be good enough, you know? The trail conditions weren’t, uh, exactly the chillest as you can see, but ending the day sweaty, dirty, with surprisingly no bruises on the bottoms of my feet made the launch delays totally more tolerable.
railpass:

Killing Time in Shenandoah
The downside to going to Virginia for a crazy rocket launch is that it’s not going anywhere unless the weather is perfect. All told, after getting into town the launch suffered two day-long delays that left me stuck out there hoping the delays wouldn’t continue and force me to choose between canceling photoshoots back in Chicago or abandoning the trip to, you know, make money.
I resolved there’s no reason to make that decision until the very last possible second, and that waiting around for a rocket is kind of boring. If I must twiddle my thumbs, I’d prefer to do so while trail running. Where better than the nearest area adjacent to the Appalachian Trail? As usual, I didn’t pack any of the right things for such an activity- good shoes, for example. I figured my Toms would be good enough, you know? The trail conditions weren’t, uh, exactly the chillest as you can see, but ending the day sweaty, dirty, with surprisingly no bruises on the bottoms of my feet made the launch delays totally more tolerable.
railpass:

Killing Time in Shenandoah
The downside to going to Virginia for a crazy rocket launch is that it’s not going anywhere unless the weather is perfect. All told, after getting into town the launch suffered two day-long delays that left me stuck out there hoping the delays wouldn’t continue and force me to choose between canceling photoshoots back in Chicago or abandoning the trip to, you know, make money.
I resolved there’s no reason to make that decision until the very last possible second, and that waiting around for a rocket is kind of boring. If I must twiddle my thumbs, I’d prefer to do so while trail running. Where better than the nearest area adjacent to the Appalachian Trail? As usual, I didn’t pack any of the right things for such an activity- good shoes, for example. I figured my Toms would be good enough, you know? The trail conditions weren’t, uh, exactly the chillest as you can see, but ending the day sweaty, dirty, with surprisingly no bruises on the bottoms of my feet made the launch delays totally more tolerable.
railpass:

Killing Time in Shenandoah
The downside to going to Virginia for a crazy rocket launch is that it’s not going anywhere unless the weather is perfect. All told, after getting into town the launch suffered two day-long delays that left me stuck out there hoping the delays wouldn’t continue and force me to choose between canceling photoshoots back in Chicago or abandoning the trip to, you know, make money.
I resolved there’s no reason to make that decision until the very last possible second, and that waiting around for a rocket is kind of boring. If I must twiddle my thumbs, I’d prefer to do so while trail running. Where better than the nearest area adjacent to the Appalachian Trail? As usual, I didn’t pack any of the right things for such an activity- good shoes, for example. I figured my Toms would be good enough, you know? The trail conditions weren’t, uh, exactly the chillest as you can see, but ending the day sweaty, dirty, with surprisingly no bruises on the bottoms of my feet made the launch delays totally more tolerable.
railpass:

Killing Time in Shenandoah
The downside to going to Virginia for a crazy rocket launch is that it’s not going anywhere unless the weather is perfect. All told, after getting into town the launch suffered two day-long delays that left me stuck out there hoping the delays wouldn’t continue and force me to choose between canceling photoshoots back in Chicago or abandoning the trip to, you know, make money.
I resolved there’s no reason to make that decision until the very last possible second, and that waiting around for a rocket is kind of boring. If I must twiddle my thumbs, I’d prefer to do so while trail running. Where better than the nearest area adjacent to the Appalachian Trail? As usual, I didn’t pack any of the right things for such an activity- good shoes, for example. I figured my Toms would be good enough, you know? The trail conditions weren’t, uh, exactly the chillest as you can see, but ending the day sweaty, dirty, with surprisingly no bruises on the bottoms of my feet made the launch delays totally more tolerable.
railpass:

Killing Time in Shenandoah
The downside to going to Virginia for a crazy rocket launch is that it’s not going anywhere unless the weather is perfect. All told, after getting into town the launch suffered two day-long delays that left me stuck out there hoping the delays wouldn’t continue and force me to choose between canceling photoshoots back in Chicago or abandoning the trip to, you know, make money.
I resolved there’s no reason to make that decision until the very last possible second, and that waiting around for a rocket is kind of boring. If I must twiddle my thumbs, I’d prefer to do so while trail running. Where better than the nearest area adjacent to the Appalachian Trail? As usual, I didn’t pack any of the right things for such an activity- good shoes, for example. I figured my Toms would be good enough, you know? The trail conditions weren’t, uh, exactly the chillest as you can see, but ending the day sweaty, dirty, with surprisingly no bruises on the bottoms of my feet made the launch delays totally more tolerable.
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good morning, here’s your newspaper.
…and a little dance.

He’s so proud of himself.

“We just got a letter, we just got a letter, we just got a letter, i wonder who it’s from!”
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nature & hippie blog 

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"Maturing is realizing how many things don’t require your comment."

Rachel Wolchin (via h-o-r-n-g-r-y)

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"“Are you not thirsty?” said the Lion.
“I am dying of thirst,” said Jill.
“Then drink,” said the Lion.
“May I — could I — would you mind going away while I do?” said Jill.
The Lion answered this only by a look and a very low growl. And as Jill gazed at its motionless bulk, she realized that she might as well have asked the whole mountain to move aside for her convenience.
The delicious rippling noise of the stream was driving her nearly frantic.
“Will you promise not to — do anything to me, if I do come?” said Jill.
“I make no promise,” said the Lion.
Jill was so thirsty now that, without noticing it, she had come a step nearer.
“Do you eat girls?” she said.
“I have swallowed up girls and boys, women and men, kings and emperors, cities and realms,” said the Lion. It didn’t say this as if it were boasting, nor as if it were sorry, nor as if it were angry. It just said it.
“I daren’t come and drink,” said Jill.
“Then you will die of thirst,” said the Lion.
“Oh dear!” said Jill, coming another step nearer. “I suppose I must go and look for another stream then.”
“There is no other stream,” said the Lion.”"
C.S. Lewis (via theohpioneer)
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"If someone comes along and shoots an arrow into your heart, it’s fruitless to stand there and yell at the person. It would be much better to turn your attention to the fact that there’s an arrow in your heart…"
Pema Chodron (via lazyyogi)
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"Just let it be. You may as well. Everything moves in and out at its own time. You have no control. You never did, you never will."
Byron Katie (via blazeberg)
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jakfruit:

Cape Kiwanda, Oregon
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"Love is unselfishly choosing for another’s highest good."
C.S. Lewis (via theohpioneer)
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airows:

CWST