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A Glimpse of Life of a Bhutanese Nomad

Originally posted on Diary Of A Traveller:
A wise man once told me… nothing in this life is coincidence, nothing is random, even when shuffling cards or throwing a dice. We always thought that throwing a dice is random simply because we dont control the force. We human are so weak that we cant even…


Originally posted on Badfish & Chips Cafe:
Taktshang Goemba, Tiger’s Nest Monastery AT THE VERY TOP OF THE EARTH IN BHUTAN, TIME IS RELATIVE. Your clock is six hours ahead of London, 30 minutes ahead of Calcutta, 15 minutes later than Katmandu. And it’s half the world and 500 years away from wherever you are right…

Bloggers Gone (Mildly) Wild

Originally posted on She's A Maineiac:
I’ve been lucky to have met several bloggers over the years. As lovely as all of them turned out to be, I admit that I had my doubts. What if they’re really ax murderers? What if they think I’m totally uncool? What if I end up wearing a…

The wild princess

Originally posted on Jane Dougherty Writes:
I was wondering when something would crop up that would be a suitable use for this lovely painting. Sacha’s prompt just fitted the bill. Once upon a time there was a forest, deep and dark, that no one ever entered, not even the king, because it was said to…

wild rose

Originally posted on Paul Militaru:
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Wild Thing~

Article/ Image Source: You make my heart sing! Look into the eyes of wild grizzlies, and you can see their wild souls. On a typical day we are seeing 25 or so individual bears. There are a lot of cubs. One mama has four which is quite unusual. They are here for the salmon,…

Call of the Wild

Originally posted on writing to freedom:
Call of the Wild ~ the frontier remains borders to an unknown time rattle in my heart ~ the beauty remains hidden in distant feelings calling to come home ~ I wrote the first verse without any conscious thought, but then rewrote it because it didn’t make any logical sense.…

The Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden

Originally posted on gardeninacity:
So I think the time has come to start posting about the Minneapolis Garden Bloggers Fling, which happened back in July. Let’s start with our visit to the Eloise Butler Wildflower Garden. Rudbeckia, Wild Bergamot, and Culver’s Root on a gentle slope. About a century ago, Eloise Butler taught botany in…


Originally posted on vinnieh:
Film Title Wild Director Jean-Marc Vallée Starring Reese Witherspoon as Cheryl Stayed Laura Dern as Bobbi Grey Thomas Sadoski as Paul Michiel Huisman as Jonathan Kevin Rankin as Greg Based on the true story of Cheryl Strayed, who embarked upon a self-reflective journey to get her life back on track, Wild…

Fresh Air

Originally posted on Out an' About:
Nothing gets me out of the doldrums more than stepping outside into fresh air. There’s something about being outdoors that calms me. And makes me realise that we’re more than our problems. The simple pleasure of drinking fresh water from a flowing mineral pool makes me grateful for what…