My name is Tabby. I am 20 and studying Architectural Engineering in Pennsylvania.
This blog is a collection of things I like. Did I mention I love snowboarding?

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chrisamat:

Mountain High

chrisamat:

Mountain High

guardianofarnor:

Here is my dad hiking the Pacific Crest Trail in 1972. He was the first recorded person to hike all 3 of the major US trails, aka “The Triple Crown of Hiking”.. Appalachian in ‘71, Pacific Crest in ‘72, and Contintental Divide in ‘77. Blast from the past.

guardianofarnor:

Here is my dad hiking the Pacific Crest Trail in 1972. He was the first recorded person to hike all 3 of the major US trails, aka “The Triple Crown of Hiking”.. Appalachian in ‘71, Pacific Crest in ‘72, and Contintental Divide in ‘77. Blast from the past.

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bustinboards:

Custom Maestro shipping to Tyler of Fayetteville, PA. Exercise your inner artist with our board customizer at www.BustinBoards.com/custom #bustinboards #boardoftheday #forallwhopush

bustinboards:

Custom Maestro shipping to Tyler of Fayetteville, PA. Exercise your inner artist with our board customizer at www.BustinBoards.com/custom #bustinboards #boardoftheday #forallwhopush

brutalgeneration:

Lightshow by Ole C. Salomonsen on Flickr.

brutalgeneration:

Lightshow by Ole C. Salomonsen on Flickr.

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flannelmonkey-skateboarding:

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skateboardboy:

westcoastshredder:

skateboardboy:

westcoastshredder:

pushculture:

skateboardboy:

flannelmonkey-skateboarding:

gamsalus:

what the fuck is going on

We’ll never tell.

Magic

science.

Math

History

Physics

marketing

Religion. 

trigonometry

Yes.

flannelmonkey-skateboarding:

perks-of-being-a-skater:

steezandappletrees:

skateboardboy:

westcoastshredder:

skateboardboy:

westcoastshredder:

pushculture:

skateboardboy:

flannelmonkey-skateboarding:

gamsalus:

what the fuck is going on

We’ll never tell.

Magic

science.

Math

History

Physics

marketing

Religion. 

trigonometry

Yes.

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itsthewknd:

The ski community lost two legends today. Actually, scratch that, the world lost two amazing humans. JP Auclair and Andres Fransson were reportedly killed by an avalanche while climbing a couloir in Chile. JP — largely responsible for freestyle skiing’s existence in its current form — was always a step ahead of the curve, whether it was pioneering urban, taking park tricks to the backcountry, or in more recent years, honing his mountaineering skills.
The first time I ever saw JP was on an episode of Pontiac World of Skiing circa 1998-ish. The show was complete crap, but as a young die-hard skier during the pre-internet era, I would sit through hours of Steve Podborski’s tips on how to arc the perfect turn on a groomer in hopes of a few seconds of powder or hucking cliffs. On this particular episode I hit the jackpot — they were doing a feature on the New Canadian Air Force. During the segment they showed JP, sporting his signature pom-pom toque, doing a backflip mute grab in Whistler’s (snowboard) park. I promptly ran up to my parent’s closet and dug out my mom’s old-school pom-pom toque, that up until that moment I thought was super lame. The following summer, I spent hundreds of hours at my friend’s pool perfecting backflip mute grabs off the diving board. After many back slaps, and swallowing a lot of chlorinated water, I took the trick to snow and landed it. While wearing my old-school pom-pom toque, of course.
Rest in peace, JP. Even though I never met you, your skiing and creativity had a huge influence on me. I’ll be sure to huck a backflip or two for you this winter.
- Gio
PHOTO: Powder Magazine

itsthewknd:

The ski community lost two legends today. Actually, scratch that, the world lost two amazing humans. JP Auclair and Andres Fransson were reportedly killed by an avalanche while climbing a couloir in Chile. JP — largely responsible for freestyle skiing’s existence in its current form — was always a step ahead of the curve, whether it was pioneering urban, taking park tricks to the backcountry, or in more recent years, honing his mountaineering skills.

The first time I ever saw JP was on an episode of Pontiac World of Skiing circa 1998-ish. The show was complete crap, but as a young die-hard skier during the pre-internet era, I would sit through hours of Steve Podborski’s tips on how to arc the perfect turn on a groomer in hopes of a few seconds of powder or hucking cliffs. On this particular episode I hit the jackpot — they were doing a feature on the New Canadian Air Force. During the segment they showed JP, sporting his signature pom-pom toque, doing a backflip mute grab in Whistler’s (snowboard) park. I promptly ran up to my parent’s closet and dug out my mom’s old-school pom-pom toque, that up until that moment I thought was super lame. The following summer, I spent hundreds of hours at my friend’s pool perfecting backflip mute grabs off the diving board. After many back slaps, and swallowing a lot of chlorinated water, I took the trick to snow and landed it. While wearing my old-school pom-pom toque, of course.

Rest in peace, JP. Even though I never met you, your skiing and creativity had a huge influence on me. I’ll be sure to huck a backflip or two for you this winter.

- Gio

PHOTO: Powder Magazine

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misha-bawlins:


Emma Watson represents the UN, in her role as UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, in Uruguay where she was campaigning for a higher representation of women in politics.

I BARELY HAVE TIME TO EAT AND SLEEP HOW THE FUCK DOES SHE HAVE TIME FOR EVERYTHING


The time-turner

texiejocosplays:

misha-bawlins:

Emma Watson represents the UN, in her role as UN Women Goodwill Ambassador, in Uruguay where she was campaigning for a higher representation of women in politics.

I BARELY HAVE TIME TO EAT AND SLEEP HOW THE FUCK DOES SHE HAVE TIME FOR EVERYTHING

The time-turner

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nonconcept:

Hus 1, situated in the landscape of the Scandinavian West Coast, designed by Torsten Ottesjö.