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  • York-enclosure hiker thrives on planning

    04/05/16 ,via York Daily Record/Sunday News (blog)

    Long run add a light backpack, 10 pounds, to practice hiking with additional weight. Determine the time commitment for the hike – How extensive it Wear sturdy footwear. Sneakers are appropriate for beginning hikers and short hikes. If you're doing a

  • Voyager's stolen car - and shoe - found

    04/05/16 ,via New Zealand Herald

    She had been restless and living in the vehicle, and all her belongings were inside - including her backpack full of clothes, sleeping bag, her ukulele, camera with all her hang around snaps, and iPad. She had only the dress she was wearing, her phone

  • Joan and a regional server in Crete. Photo courtesy to the Amador Ledger Dispatch

    04/03/16 ,via Amador Ledger-Dispatch

    I've under no circumstances had the desire to strap on a backpack, grab a walking stick and head for the nearest hostel. Similarly, the When the shoe is on the other foot, I try whenever conceivable to speak with visitors to our country and offer what help they might

  • A Innocent, Simple Backpack — and Store — From a Cult Hat Label

    03/29/16 ,via New York Times

    She'll establish the backpack and two more colorways (navy and gray) in her inaugural brick-and-mortar outpost, the Edit, which officially opens April 1, a fund she'll share with the shoe brand Freda Salvador in Culver City's new Platform center. When

  • Provisions: Regulate for items to buy, consume, read to enhance experience

    04/03/16 ,via Sacramento Bee

    Salewa Mountain Trainer L Shoes. $199; www.salewa.us. Occasionally, a hiking boot is too much and trail-running shoes too little. What to do? The show manufacturer Salewa has bridged the gap with a boot/shoe mongrel. At $199, it's pricy, but it features a 



Gym Swim School Dance Shoe Boot PE Drawstring Bag Backpack - Various ...

Gym Swim School Dance Shoe Boot PE Drawstring Bag Backpack - Various ...

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Nike Golf Drawstring Backpack Sack Shoe Tote Gym Bag Swim Sport Pack ...

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Traveller's stolen car - and shoe - found - New Zealand Herald

A car stolen ritual an American tourist , which contained all her belongings, has been recovered - with only one shoe inside. Danica Klas, 21, from Oregon, wasted almost everything she owned when the dark blue Subaru Legacy was stolen from Marsden Ave in the Auckland suburb of Mt Eden while she stayed at a ally's house on Saturday night. She had been travelling and living in the vehicle, and all her belongings were inside - including her backpack full of clothes, sleeping bag, her ukulele, camera with all her fraternize snaps, and iPad. She had only the dress she was wearing, her phone, wallet, a journal, and her passport. She found out this morning the station wagon had been towed from a tourist house carpark in Greenlane, and travelled to Otahuhu to retrieve it. After initially getting her hopes up, Ms Klas was devastated to make up the car had been trashed, and all her things stolen. "I was hoping. I was like, 'they don't want my clothes, they don't want any of that, maybe they'll just take the contrivance and go', but no it was all gone," she said. "I was able to get my papers and there were some things that must have fallen out of some of the boxes I had, that was nice to see, but it's pretty trashed. Luckily her worthy documents, such as her birth certificate and social security number, were left inside the car. If that was found back home they could've done a lot of things, but I don't reckon they knew that so that's one good relief. They also left her postcards and souvenirs she had been collecting on her travels. However, the steering wheel was destroyed because the thieves hotwired the car, and it can now only be driven using a screwdriver. And there was blood all over the driver's stool. Her plan to sell the vehicle to fund the rest of her travels and get work again in Queenstown has now been scuppered, as it's so. Source: m.nzherald.co.nz

Pedaling with a Specifically - Roanoker

When my sibling-in-law , Brad, asked if I would support him on my bike while he competed in the Blue Ridge Marathon, I agreed without hesitation. The fly is centered in Roanoke and the course consists of three mountains I’m accustomed to climbing on my bike. Brad has “cardiovascular victory” etched in his genes. His father and brother are runners, his sister is a fitness zealot and Brad, a 2-hour-37-split second marathoner, follows suit. Moments before the marathon began, I met Brad at the starting gate and stuffed a backpack with two H bottles, four packets of GU—a gel energy substance—and an extra pair of “heavy” shoes weighing in at 12 ounces. Brad stuffed the shoes as a last resort, dreaded soles that would be slipped on only if he knew he had no shot at winning or getting a belittling best time. My job was to carry the backpack stuffed with aid to different checkpoints along the race route. It was vital that I give myself enough period to reach our agreed upon rendezvous, dismount, whip the pack around and deliver whatever was needed. I started pedaling 10 minutes before the runners took off. As I approached the top of Crowd Mountain I saw the two-bike police motorcade leading the first runners. You’ve got to be kidding me. I was pedaling six mph, and the runners passed me with sickening opulence. With a pace like that I’m going to need to crank it up a notch, I told myself. I took off for our next rendezvous. My intention was not to flume, but caught up in the hype, the race supporters and volunteers cheering from the mountain’s flanks, I was officially in the Tour De France zipping from checkpoint to checkpoint. The next moment of the race pitted the runners against Roanoke Mountain, and after being passed by runners averaging 9 mph, uphill, I decided there was always next year. I couldn’t climb at their traverse. With two mountains. Source: theroanoker.com


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February 15 2013
I went on an online shopping spree, and I got a backpack, shoes and a cinch bag (among other things) from Tilly's.
Photo by Stephan Starnes on Flickr

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Shoes, Backpack
I've got nothing new for you so here's a photo of my shoes and backpack from 2002. ;p I spent hours hand-drawing that bauhaus logo. ;)
Photo by Cаt on Flickr

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hopefully these shoes found a good home
I don't know when I decided to throw out my shoes but I know it was pretty early in the trip. I only wanted my dressier shoes for the two musicals that I saw and after Thursday night's "Spamalot," they were...
Photo by incendiarymind on Flickr