Did you ever hide a Geocache when you were 13 and then forget about it, only to discover that someone else had adopted it and it still exists? Well I did. So I took along happygoluckyscamp and my parent’s dogs, and climbed up Lone Tree Hill to find it. It was still there, and it’s a nice view from the top, and I think that everyone had a nice time.


The Jero from Trakke and Uala Jero

The Jero is built to bring adventure to your doorstep. Inspired by the yurt - a portable structure developed by the nomadic people of Central Asia - we’ve taken time-tested principles and refined them using cutting edge design and manufacturing techniques to bring this ancient dwelling into the 21st century. Its compact pack-size  liberates valuable storage space when the yurt is stowed away, while the lightweight construction allows it to be transported in a car with ease.

(via thetomlynn)