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Benny.
Ultimate Frisbee. Golf. Travel. Adventure.
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    definitelydope:

(by nuzzaci)

I think I’ve reblogged this before. I regret nothing.

    definitelydope:

    (by nuzzaci)

    I think I’ve reblogged this before. I regret nothing.

    — 2 years ago with 245 notes
    #bucket list 
    This is already on my list. Gotta find a way to do it.

    This is already on my list. Gotta find a way to do it.

    (via fr-n)

    — 2 years ago with 7034 notes
    #bucket list 
    Bucket List (2012)

    Here’s my updated list, in no particular order:

    • Learn how to cook.
    • Take basic photography class.
    • Learn self defense or a martial art.
    • Teach a class or an elective.
    • Become an official coach.
    • Write a book.
    • Win a golf tournament. Again.
    • Win an Ultimate tournament.
    • Play Ultimate for the National Team.
    • Fall in love. Again.
    • Stay out in the wilderness for a week or longer.
    • Sail across a sea.
    • Watch a Manchester United game live.
    • Watch an NBA game live.
    • Watch U2 live.
    • Play golf at Pebble Beach.
    • Play golf at Nullarbor Links, Australia (World’s Longest Golf Course).
    • Buy my first car.
    • Buy my first house.
    • Own a resort.
    • Never work for money ever again.
    • Take a trip to South America.
    • Take a trip to Africa.
    • Take a trip to Tibet.
    • See the Aurora Borealis with my naked eye.
    • Spend an entire month exploring the British Isles.
    • Spend an entire month exploring Japan.
    • Spend an entire month exploring China.
    • Travel to every region in the Philippines.
    • Contribute something significant to my country.
    — 2 years ago with 2 notes
    #bucket list  #personal 
    Stay thirsty, my friends

    It’s been around 2 years since my life became a routine. Work, Training, Gym, Competition. That’s been my life for 2 years now. I think I need to change it up a bit. I need make my life interesting again.

    First thing I’m gonna do is join different groups in different fields of interest. I need to expand my circle again. Playing Ultimate has really been a great way to meet friends, but I feel the need to meet different people with different backgrounds as well.

    I’m also considering a little comeback in Golf. I used to be a pretty good golfer back in the day. Seeing these new kids rising up makes me want to come back and show them who’s in charge. I also felt something different in the driving range the other day. Because of my fitness level, I was able to do something I wasn’t able before. I felt as if I had a different swing. Powerful.

    This year I’m also planning to scratch a few items off my bucket list. Gotta focus on those because YOLO. That’s gonna be my new mantra for this year.

    — 2 years ago with 1 note
    #YOLO  #bucket list  #life  #personal 
    scipsy:

Mono Lake is the saline remnant of a much larger lake that filled the Mono basin during the Pleistocene. The ancient fresh-water lake, Lake Russell, was named for Israel C. Russel, who first mapped the area in 1881. At its highest level, the shore of Lake Russell once lapped against the foot of the Sierra Nevada about 130 m above its current water level. Several lava domes and flows in the middle of Mono lake were erupted less than about 1,000 years ago. Paoha Island is predominantly a domed mass of lake-bottom sediments that was uplifted by an intrusion of magma beneath the lake as recently as 350 years ago. The lake is 40-50 m deep immediately west of Paoha Island, and several submarine craters have been identified around the island. (via usgs)

    scipsy:

    Mono Lake is the saline remnant of a much larger lake that filled the Mono basin during the Pleistocene. The ancient fresh-water lake, Lake Russell, was named for Israel C. Russel, who first mapped the area in 1881. At its highest level, the shore of Lake Russell once lapped against the foot of the Sierra Nevada about 130 m above its current water level. Several lava domes and flows in the middle of Mono lake were erupted less than about 1,000 years ago. Paoha Island is predominantly a domed mass of lake-bottom sediments that was uplifted by an intrusion of magma beneath the lake as recently as 350 years ago. The lake is 40-50 m deep immediately west of Paoha Island, and several submarine craters have been identified around the island. (via usgs)

    — 2 years ago with 167 notes
    #bucket list  #mono lake  #landscape