We got lost and drove the long way around this lake. It was fucking magic. There’s no filter or photoshop on any of these.
Dotted around the lake are large houses, some in varying stages of construction, which are made with the money guys send back from working for minimum wage (etc) in the U.S. doing the hard labor that American’s don’t seem to want to do any more. They’re huge houses, too, on one of the most picturesque lakes I’ve ever seen with my eyes. And people treat them like shit in the U.S; all the while, they’re sending back money to build a dream home in basically Narnia.
So even though you just paid $14 for Eggs Benedict at the Waverly for your casual brunch this past Sunday, the guys who made it in the kitchen are living wisely and making a dream come true for them and their family. Who’s the real winner here?
Many college students stay indoors because they are working on their studies. I made this video to show how easy it is to go outside.
Reasons to go outside:
Break from studies
More vitamin D
Burn more calories
During a trip to South Dakota, I visited Devil’s Gulch! This is the place where history happened.. Possible. =)
A little history…
In 1876, Jesse James robbed the bank in Northfield, Minnesota. Jesse and his brother headed west toward Dakota Territory. They then went separate ways, trying to shake the posse. The lawmen were literally right on the heels of Jesse, as he and his horse stood on the precipice of a dizzyingly high bluff; this was Devil’s Gulch. A fifteen foot gash in the rocks separated him from the other side and freedom. Supposedly he spurred on his horse and actually leapt across the canyon, evading the posse and eventually linking up with brother Frank.Either way, Devil’s Gulch is an amazing geological curiosity in southeastern South Dakota. [Brenda Bennett, 06/25/2005]
tumblrbot asked: WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE INANIMATE OBJECT?
Water. If I didn’t have it, I would perish.
Or possible my phone, I might perish with out that too. =P