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gaydtr:

[takes 4 shots of whiskey before 11 am] The world IS a beautiful place and I AM no longer afraid to die

(Source: reparrishcomics)

exulansis

dictionaryofobscuresorrows:

n. the tendency to give up trying to talk about an experience because people are unable to relate to it—whether through envy or pity or simple foreignness—which allows it to drift away from the rest of your life story, until the memory itself feels out of place, almost mythical, wandering restlessly in the fog, no longer even looking for a place to land.

(Source: drunkonstephen)

Sufjan Stevens Renames Kitchen Appliances

alexhasa:

Perishables! Come Congregate in the Cold!

Little Hot Waves, Or, Let’s Get Brain Cancer While We Wait For The Popcorn

Mix Your Drinks! (Stir! Whip! Purée!)

A Configuration of Whisks Which, When Activated, Allow Sufjan Stevens to Cook a Fluffier Omelette

Toaster (For the Toastless)

mypubliclands:

Start the holiday weekend with a night under the stars at Amargosa Wild and Scenic River, located at the south end of California’s Tecopa Valley, east of the southeastern corner of Death Valley National Park. The area has a harsh climate, unobstructed views of desert mountains, and few human settlements.
The narrow Amargosa Canyon is known for its dense greenery and the shallow Amargosa River, complete with “hanging gardens” and a small waterfall. The river flows year-long, dropping south from Nevada, and finally flowing into Death Valley National Park.
Recreational activities in the area include hiking, bird watching, rock climbing, rock collecting, horseback riding, scenic touring, nature study, astronomy, and photography. Amargosa Canyon, with its wide open spaces, is a perfect place to seek tranquility. In contrast to the abundant off-highway vehicle opportunities available immediately to the south at Dumont Dunes, this area is appropriate to the serious hiker, horseback rider, and casual weekend explorer.
Learn more: http://on.doi.gov/1hyEDQO
Photo: Bob Wick, BLM

mypubliclands:

Start the holiday weekend with a night under the stars at Amargosa Wild and Scenic River, located at the south end of California’s Tecopa Valley, east of the southeastern corner of Death Valley National Park. The area has a harsh climate, unobstructed views of desert mountains, and few human settlements.

The narrow Amargosa Canyon is known for its dense greenery and the shallow Amargosa River, complete with “hanging gardens” and a small waterfall. The river flows year-long, dropping south from Nevada, and finally flowing into Death Valley National Park.

Recreational activities in the area include hiking, bird watching, rock climbing, rock collecting, horseback riding, scenic touring, nature study, astronomy, and photography. Amargosa Canyon, with its wide open spaces, is a perfect place to seek tranquility. In contrast to the abundant off-highway vehicle opportunities available immediately to the south at Dumont Dunes, this area is appropriate to the serious hiker, horseback rider, and casual weekend explorer.

Learn more: http://on.doi.gov/1hyEDQO

Photo: Bob Wick, BLM

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