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 Instagram Image by Makai (@makaisworld17) with caption : "Lunch with Mommy" at Amherst, Massachusetts - 1934384002387433958

Lunch with Mommy

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Priola Photography

 Instagram Image by Priola Photography (@priolaphotography) with caption : ""Snow Glove" - Blowing snow catches beautiful sunrise light below the summit of Mount Adams, in the Presidential Range o" at New Hampshire - 1934382462188978762

"Snow Glove" - Blowing snow catches beautiful sunrise light below the summit of Mount Adams, in the Presidential Range of New Hampshire's White Mountains. The Presidential Range in winter has some of the most cold, windy, and generally hostile weather found anywhere in the world, but magical moments such as this abound for those willing to brave the often arctic conditions.

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 image by Moira Lizzie (@moiralizziephotography) with caption : "This mum, this girl <3" - 1934371885807890364
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This mum, this girl

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Erika Jaeger

 Instagram Image by Erika Jaeger (@4f_farms) with caption : "I’m hesitant to share this because I know I’ll get a lot of responses by well-meaning people who have the answer, who kn" at Kansas - 1934370058499514665
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I’m hesitant to share this because I know I’ll get a lot of responses by well-meaning people who have the answer, who knew it all along, and who told us so.... but in the spirit of transparency and making my Instagram more than just a highlight reel I wanted to share that the saga from last years permanent water troubles is not yet over. 😬 When you’re building something new, you can seek advice from all the experts but ultimately you have to make a decision and often times that decision won’t end up yielding the perfect results you had hoped for. 🤷🏻‍♀️ Even though we put geotextile fabric and buried tires around these tanks, the sand still moved and settled creating a moat effect. Even though we built a fence to keep cattle out of the tanks, it didn’t work well and after it was removed (and before it was replaced) a calf was pushed in and cracked a pipe. The crack grew and one day we showed up and the tank was about to float away. 🌊 So we were able to use hydrants, hoses, and floats for the rest of summer. That won’t work for winter, at least not how we want it to. SO... the plan (as of now) is pouring a concrete lip around the tank this spring and building a solid fence for keeping cattle out. We still intend to bury it as that part worked well, but modifications definitely need made. 💧 All that to say, if something hasn’t gone how you’d hoped. Or if you are afraid to make a decision because you don’t know the outcome, listen up. Failure sucks. And it can even be expensive (but so was college and I have learned more from my failures than 5 years at KState ever taught me. 😜) But failure is part of success. Perseverance is necessary. And the bottom line is that there is no way to build your dream without hitting a few bumps in the road. Don’t give up. I know we won’t. ❤️ ———— #lovelifeoutside

 image by Max & Ivy (@maxandivyontheroad) with caption : "I posted something the other day about how kids, even young ones, can be really helpful when setting up camp. It was a l" - 1934369941815640585
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I posted something the other day about how kids, even young ones, can be really helpful when setting up camp. It was a list of jobs I get ours to do while we set up to keep them happy and useful and outta the way... You just need to give them the right jobs and bam, little super helpers they become I said. So, here’s a demonstration of that in action 🙄😆 In my defence, it does actually work. Usually 🙈 www.maxandivy.com . . . . . . #lovelifeoutside

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Arno Schuster

PCT throwback: Reaching Forester Pass at 13.152 ft (4.009 m) before September 30th was the main goal I had from day one. It almost felt like finishing the whole trail when I got there. But there were still 700 mi (1.126 km) of desert left to go. And somehow that dry, hot and hostile to life place somehow became my favorite part of the PCT. I saw coyotes and scorpions and a lot of wind turbines. . Photo credit @neemorsworld . . #lovelifeoutside