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  • 2 Exercise Rider Slashed During Robbery In The Bronx

    04/05/16 ,via Gothamist

    The fuzz say the incident occurred around 1:15 a.m. as the train was pulling into the Jackson Avenue station in the Bronx: A 26-year-old man was approached by two men who slashed him in the kisser and hand and then took his backpack. A police source tells 

  • Ode to bike baskets and a Wald survey

    04/05/16 ,via Bicycle Times Magazine

    When I moved to a certified bicycle familiar city in Colorado and began running errands by bike, I carried an enormous backpack and learned to suffer under pudgy loads. Fortunately, in recent years, the cycling culture has shifted—a shift that put a

  • Khloe Kardashian shows off her fit form in Instagram selfie on private plane

    04/05/16 ,via Daily Mail

    adding machine' which is a list of positions that burn the most calories based on your age, weight and gender. Taking to her valid website www.khloewithak.com, she wrote: 'I'm all about having fun with fitness and it's the best way to stay motivated

  • 5 Things I Erudite While Traveling The World After My Marriage Fell Apart

    04/04/16 ,via Elite Daily (blog)

    In new 2015, at 30 years old, I went through a divorce and consequently left my entire life behind to travel the beget. Part of the reason I wanted to take the leap and embark on this journey is because I really want to live my living, to be my best

  • The Best Waterproof Backpacks for Your Next Hazard

    03/23/16 ,via Travel+Leisure

    When traveling, your backpack over holds your most valuable goods: maps, clothes, food, tickets, cash. But what happens when it starts to cloudburst? The last thing you want is for your pack to leak and the items inside to get moist, or even worse—drenched.



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Ode to bike baskets and a Wald journal - Bicycle Times Magazine

When I got into cycling 15 years ago, racks were for randonneurs and irritated-country riders and people who “had” to commute by janky, clapped-out bikes (the cool kids rode fixies and carried cumbersome messenger bags). Front baskets were only for brightly-colored women’s-specific cruisers. In short, anything that was purely functional was dorky to me: a teenaged roadie wearing white Spandex and maniacally hammering farm roads under a fell Texas sun. When I moved to a certified bicycle friendly city in Colorado and began running errands by bike, I carried an colossal backpack and learned to suffer under heavy loads. Fortunately, in recent years, the cycling culture has shifted—a workforce that put a renewed focus on adventure travel, everyday cycling and bike-as-useful-tool. The idea of leaving your car at where one lives stress to run short errands has finally trickled down from big city centers. I think one of the best things to come out of it is the general acceptance of the batter and basket. So, of course, I had to try it. I’m not so much a trend follower as I am a good-idea follower, and a set of racks seemed like a positive idea. I settled on a large, sturdy, traditional rear rack for panniers and a long, flat exterior for lashing things to, paired with a small front rack platform that would leave room for a handlebar bag. Because Velo Orange already has a lot of my readies—its lovely offerings constituting a candy shop for bicycle beautifying addicts like myself—I chose a few items from its livestock and ordered them up. It wasn’t without consternation that I choked down the $80 price tag on a VO Pass Hunter Front Stretcher with a mere 4-inch by 8-inch platform. My esophagus tightened further after I found the rack didn’t fit on either of the bikes I could have installed it on, and even further when I discovered that the cantilever slow post mounts aren’t functionally adjustable. Meanwhile, on my. Source: bicycletimesmag.com


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Travel Relics
A collection of soil, rocks, and shells from my backpacking trips during the past five years. Best when viewed large.
Photo by retro traveler on Flickr

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Tug-of-War
These are the heads of the gods that participate in the tug-of-war against the demons to create the Churning of the Sea of Milk. These statues are situated outside the southern gate of Angkor Thom which is the gate...
Photo by Christian Haugen on Flickr

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La Recoleta Cemetery
La Recoleta Cemetery is a famous cemetery located in the exclusive Recoleta neighbourhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina. The layout of the cemetery was designed by the French engineer Próspero Catelin, and was remodeled...
Photo by Christian Haugen on Flickr