Wilderness For Keeps
May62014
January72014
mothernaturenetwork:

He lives in a tree, doesn’t wear shoes, and brushes his teeth with a pineconeMeet the oddball star of National Geographic’s ‘The Legend of Mick Dodge.’

mothernaturenetwork:

He lives in a tree, doesn’t wear shoes, and brushes his teeth with a pinecone
Meet the oddball star of National Geographic’s ‘The Legend of Mick Dodge.’

4AM
“I make myself rich by making my wants few.” Henry David Thoreau (via theohpioneer)

(Source: wildhobbitjam, via theohpioneer)

November152013
outlawunscripted:

Christopher Pratt’s guide to time travel, happiness and prosperity - life is what you make it, make that shit awesome! 

The Book: Remember The Future
The Author: Christopher Pratt
The Main Objective: how Steve Jobs used time travel to think differently

outlawunscripted:

Christopher Pratt’s guide to time travel, happiness and prosperity - life is what you make it, make that shit awesome!

The Book: Remember The Future
The Author: Christopher Pratt
The Main Objective: how Steve Jobs used time travel to think differently

September222013
July262013
climateadaptation:

NOAA Removes ‘18-Wheeler’s Worth’ of Debris from Mid-Pacific Waters
A team of divers and oceanographers from the Coral Reef Ecosystem Division of NOAA’sPacific Islands Fisheries Science Center recently removed 14 metric tons of debris from the near-shore environment around Midway Atoll. The tiny island, located 3,218 km from the Hawaiian mainland, played a pivotal role as a U.S. Navy base during World War II, and is now part of the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.
The collected debris—equal in weight to an 18-wheeler—consisted largely of derelict fishing gear and all sorts of plastic. The largest single piece of debris removed by the team was a seven-meter-long vessel swept away during the March 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

climateadaptation:

NOAA Removes ‘18-Wheeler’s Worth’ of Debris from Mid-Pacific Waters

A team of divers and oceanographers from the Coral Reef Ecosystem Division of NOAA’sPacific Islands Fisheries Science Center recently removed 14 metric tons of debris from the near-shore environment around Midway Atoll. The tiny island, located 3,218 km from the Hawaiian mainland, played a pivotal role as a U.S. Navy base during World War II, and is now part of the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.

The collected debris—equal in weight to an 18-wheeler—consisted largely of derelict fishing gear and all sorts of plastic. The largest single piece of debris removed by the team was a seven-meter-long vessel swept away during the March 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan.

June292013
June142013
10PM

Landscape Photography by Anna Verlet Shelton

(Source: foxmouth, via themilesinmymind)

June122013
classiccrud:

Best Made axes are rediculously overpriced. You’re paying for the aesthetics.A Council Tool Velvicut is just as pretty (moreso in my opinion), and will out-chop a BM all day, at a fraction of the price.Wetterlings/Granfors Bruks, and Husqvarnas are good options as well, if you want that Scandinavian vibe.

classiccrud:

Best Made axes are rediculously overpriced. You’re paying for the aesthetics.

A Council Tool Velvicut is just as pretty (moreso in my opinion), and will out-chop a BM all day, at a fraction of the price.

Wetterlings/Granfors Bruks, and Husqvarnas are good options as well, if you want that Scandinavian vibe.

(Source: bestmadeco, via bushcraftandsurvival)

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