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Korra book 1 to book 4.

Korra book 1 to book 4.

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atraversso:

Nærøyfjord - Norway by Tomasz Furmanek

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packlite:

Here’re some nice tips for something I’ve been doing for the past 10 years, washing your clothing at hotels.

One of the five key principles of light travel is to wash clothing along the way. This allows the traveler to wear clothing items more than once, reducing the number of garments that are packed. There are several methods of doing laundry. Some people send their laundry out, while others stop at a laundromat. I prefer to do sink washing. I usually do this in the late afternoon after I’ve arrived at my destination. This gives lots of time for the garments to dry. I’ve listed my method in the steps below. Please note that there are a few extra steps using this method. They practically guarantee that the garment will be dry and wrinkle free by morning.

Oh, and while you are the website, check The Five Key Principles of Light Travel.

  • Pack a capsule wardrobe
  • Layer Clothing
  • Wash clothes while on travel
  • Minimize liquids
  • Minimize electronics and use USB
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No garden? Try growing in containers.

Things You Can Grow in Containers

Tree fruits
1. Apples
2. Kumquats
3. Avocados 
4. Blackberries
5. Blueberries 
6. Pomegranate
7. Cherries
8. Figs
9. Pears

Citrus fruits
10. Dwarf oranges
11. Grapefruit
12. Tangerines
13. Meyer lemons
14. Limes

Tropical fruits
Tropical fruits can also be surprisingly easy to grow indoors, even in non-tropical climates. Such as…
15. Bananas 
16. Pineapple
17. Papaya
18. Guavas

Surprises
19. Hops
20. Aloe Vera
21. Strawberries
22. Herbal Tea
23. Quinoa

Non Surprises
24. Tomatoes
25. Summer squash and others like acorn and pumpkin
26. Hot Peppers
27. Sweet peppers                                                                                       28. Cucumbers

Herbs                                                                                                              29. Basil
30. Oregano
31. Parsley
32. Rosemary
33. Chives                                              
34. Catnip
35. Thyme
36. Sage

Leafy Greens
37. Kale
38. Spinach
39. Swiss Chard
40. Lettuces
41. Greens - Collards, Mustard

Root Vegetables
43. Carrots
44. Beets
45. Potatoes
46. Guavas

 

I have personally grown lettuce, tomatoes, herbs, and am now trying potatoes, celery, cabbage. A lot depends on your available space and your lighting. Also my vegetables are not always extremely large when I use them. For instance, I now have a plum tomato plant - the tomatoes are delicious but not as large as you get in a store. I consider them the perfect size for my salads or just for snacking. Going vertical seems to be the idea to max your growing space whether indoors or out. I love the photos of a garden wall in your kitchen.

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godzuki:

I’m just going to pretend its october already

godzuki:

I’m just going to pretend its october already

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nelsoncarpenter:

plasmatics-life:  Clouds | (by Theophilos Papadopoulos)
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aubreylstallard:

Tove Jansson

aubreylstallard:

Tove Jansson

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