1. Austin Porzak ANTARCTICA 👍👍 📷: Brendan Gibson #IceAxeSki A photo posted by Austin Porzak (@aporzak1) on Nov 14, 2015 at 8:42am PST Scrolling through Austin’s Instagram feed brings #skiporn to a whole new level.
1. Flying Ipis Don’t let their name, which literally translates to Flying Cockroach, fool (or repulse) you.
Photo: Mike Kniec 1. Realizing that just because you’re an O’Brien doesn’t mean you deserve free drinks at the pub.
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Photo: Troy Tolley IT’S THAT TIME OF THE YEAR AGAIN. Millions of Americans are crisscrossing the country today to spend Thanksgiving with their families.
Featured Photo: Megasensel 1. Accept the ‘Edinburgh Face’. Due to Edinburgh having permanent winds akin to the moments before a tsunami hits, residents can often be seen with ‘Edinburgh Face’.
Photo: nevermore_ericajoleen DURING THE LAST FEW WEEKS OF MY YEAR of traveling, I decided to go on a meditation retreat at Kopan Monastery, just outside Kathmandu, Nepal.
Photo: Drew Tarvin 1. “Lefse? What’s that?” 2. “It’s 20 below. I think I’ll stay inside until it warms up.” 3.
Photo by NeoGaboX ADU ditches her inhibitions in Central America. German guy Less than a week on the road, I woke up naked to the sound of rain pouring over the tent in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica.
Featured image by Bernard Walker.
IF YOU’VE EVER WATCHED THE AWESOME documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi, you’ve seen that sushi is a very precise art, and one that must be mastered over a lifetime.
Photo: Emily Poisel LIKE SO MANY OF MY PEERS, I was not lucky in love in my teens. At the time, I attributed it to just that: luck.
Today is all about eating those delicious leftovers but you might be feeling a bit guilty about the mounds of food you ate yesterday.
1. City Cafe — Ultimate Burger Challenge #thecitycafe #delicious A photo posted by Annita Vapsi (@annitvap) on Nov 5, 2015 at 5:58am PST Cram your body as full as it will possibly go with food.
Photo: liz west 1. Go out in Nature. You’ve spent all Thanksgiving Day inside, eating and drinking with your loved ones, so it’s time to get out and breathe some fresh air.
Everyone has heard of Franklin BBQ, but is it really worth the wait? Hours of waiting, and unless you were there since 8am, they will probably sell out before you put your order in.
Photo: Betsy Weber IT’S BEEN A ROUGH YEAR FOR the United States. From church shootings to widespread unrest and police brutality to a particularly nasty Presidential campaign, there have been a lot of reasons to feel discouraged about the state of the States.
With Nov. being Native Heritage month I chose to honor my Shima(Navajo Mother). She was born and raised on the Navajo reservation.
Featured photo: Mike Kniec
1. Ski in La Clusaz and hit L’ourson restaurant for the best après-ski tartiflette you’ll ever have. La Clusaz Ski Resort will make any skier happy — the slopes are large, long, and so diverse that you’ll never get bored.