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Eagle Glazier, Alaska. Best triathlon idea ever. The participants would swim up the river, sprint through the forest dodging potentially jeopardizing obstacles like trees, elk, humming birds, Sarah Palin and manbearpigs. They would then have to kayak through the lake. They then face a treacherous trek across the dormant glacier.
As if that’s already hard enough, they would have to climb all the way to mountain top. When they reach their destination, they need to stand at the highest point, eat a spoonful of cinnamon and sing “Colors of the Wind." The winner gets a 10 year supply of cinnamon toast crunch :o
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photo by Marc Danzig | MY TUMBLR BLOG |

Eagle Glazier, Alaska. Best triathlon idea ever. The participants would swim up the river, sprint through the forest dodging potentially jeopardizing obstacles like trees, elk, humming birds, Sarah Palin and manbearpigs. They would then have to kayak through the lake. They then face a treacherous trek across the dormant glacier.

As if that’s already hard enough, they would have to climb all the way to mountain top. When they reach their destination, they need to stand at the highest point, eat a spoonful of cinnamon and sing “Colors of the Wind." The winner gets a 10 year supply of cinnamon toast crunch :o

photo by Notley | MY TUMBLR BLOG |

The Magic Tree on Christmas Morning. This should be in a Disney Movie or something. They should call it the tree of wishes and they should make it hundreds of feet tall AND immortal. People would gather underneath it every Christmas and sing thanks and stuff like that 

It’s so immortal that it only loses a leaf once in a millennia. THEN there is a legend that says when a leaf falls off and lands on a person, that person can make any wish come true. Works eh? :P. Any Disney representatives here? Lets talk I got more where that came from >:D

photos by Phil Koch | MY TUMBLR BLOG |

Hypnotic Horizons. Every meeting between the sky and earth is a work of art just waiting to be captured :o

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Amazing view in Canada. I sometimes imagine how I would be when I get old. Like you know, gray hair and all. Right now, since I’m in th middle of watching season 4 of GoT, I kinda want to be like Tywin Lannister when I get old. Minus the brutality, and the nasty stuff of course, but more on the sophisticated grampa kind of an old dude.

But then I also have this dream of being an old guy who lives in a hut near the beach with a view like this. My day would include waking up, fishing for some fresh seafood rambo-style and grill them fresh. I’d then sit on my hammock as I eat and look at the scenery. I’d stay fit by lifting coconuts :P.

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