The Invincible Summer

Ask me a question   “In the midst of winter, I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer."

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    Today we went to go visit our new friend, Mt. Hood! 🌲 @zackleviere

    Today we went to go visit our new friend, Mt. Hood! 🌲 @zackleviere

    — 14 hours ago
    PDX, baby!

    PDX, baby!

    — 2 days ago
    Can we stay here forever? 😍

    Can we stay here forever? 😍

    — 1 week ago
    Wine on the dock 🍷

    Wine on the dock 🍷

    — 1 week ago

    Words of wisdom from Amy Poehler

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    "The best education you will ever get is traveling. Nothing teaches you more than exploring the world and accumulating experiences"
    Mark Patterson (via explore-everywhere)

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    zoeschlanger:

The Earth is Moving, And It’s Our Fault
Oklahoma has had more earthquakes this year than California. States are rumbling that barely did before. It’s becoming clear that humans are causing quakes through fracking-related injection wells, but plenty of people aren’t convinced.
The Earth, and the science of how everything works, is so big. We are so minute,” one Oklahoma state representative tells me. “For us to think that we have so much to do with these things is almost ludicrous.
And yet, injection-induced quakes are real. Why are we—at the level of our politics and at the level of our individual imaginations—unable to face this? 
As one USGS scientist puts it, “We’re kind of doing an experiment that we’ve never done before.”

    zoeschlanger:

    The Earth is Moving, And It’s Our Fault

    Oklahoma has had more earthquakes this year than California. States are rumbling that barely did before. It’s becoming clear that humans are causing quakes through fracking-related injection wells, but plenty of people aren’t convinced.

    The Earth, and the science of how everything works, is so big. We are so minute,” one Oklahoma state representative tells me. “For us to think that we have so much to do with these things is almost ludicrous.

    And yet, injection-induced quakes are real. Why are we—at the level of our politics and at the level of our individual imaginations—unable to face this? 

    As one USGS scientist puts it, “We’re kind of doing an experiment that we’ve never done before.”

    (via newsweek)

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    Sunrise breakfast on Cayuga

    Sunrise breakfast on Cayuga

    — 1 week ago