greens by @siu_siu_po on Flickr.

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Haida Houseboat

Anyone wanna buy this with me and hit the sea?

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He is your friend, your partner, your defender, your dog. You are his life, his love, his leader. He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of such devotion.

The only creatures that are evolved enough to convey pure love are dogs and infants.

There is no part of my brain that is equipped to handle these photos in any sort of rational manner.

I think people who don’t grow up around animals turn out a smidge or two meaner than ones who do.

Stop it.

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Mean Sweets

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Squamish Bouldering. Just came out today. 500 pages of awesomeness!

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Requested. Super happy with how this turned out :)

If you’re offended, just remember: to each their own. As long as all parties involved consent, it’s all good man!

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Annapurna Sunset ✕ carl.s.zhang

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Ray Jardine on Separate Reality 5.12d, Yosemite (top); a Jardine prototype (bottom photo: Stéphane Pennequin)

Ray Jardine scientifically developed the best [camming device], a design with two opposing pairs of cams. Jardine’s design, which he kept secret as long as he could while he used them on hard climbs in Yosemite and elsewhere, eventually were named “Friends,” and the spring-loaded cam design influenced all the cams you use today.

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Meanwhile In Denmark…

The Cykelslangen or Bicycle Snake is Copenhagen’s new bicycle bridge providing another outstanding example of cycling infrastructure. Pictures come from Sandra Hoj’s Flickr stream and you can find more information at State of Green.

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Pulling a few techy moves to get up the pillar at Monument Cove, Acadia National Park.

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trips over shoelaces 

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