The Gossip! (Taken with Instagram)

The Gossip! (Taken with Instagram)

1 note, October 14, 2012

I call this one “San Francisco: Poor Decision Making No. 1”. (Taken with Instagram)

I call this one “San Francisco: Poor Decision Making No. 1”. (Taken with Instagram)

2 notes, October 13, 2012

OMG people actually dancing woot! (Taken with Instagram)

OMG people actually dancing woot! (Taken with Instagram)

0 notes, October 13, 2012

Taken with Instagram

Taken with Instagram

3 notes, October 12, 2012

a-deathly-shadow:

ok i guess this can also be a pie blog

a-deathly-shadow:

ok i guess this can also be a pie blog

Reblogged from sixtyforty, 22,753 notes, October 12, 2012

LSP reblog forever

LSP reblog forever

Reblogged from fagosaurusmex-deactivated201307, 468 notes, October 11, 2012

Taken with Instagram

Taken with Instagram

0 notes, October 11, 2012

crookedindifference:

View of Curiosity’s First Scoop Also Shows Bright Object

This image from the right Mast Camera (Mastcam) of NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity shows a scoop full of sand and dust lifted by the rover’s first use of the scoop on its robotic arm. In the foreground, near the bottom of the image, a bright object is visible on the ground. The object might be a piece of rover hardware. › Related video This image was taken during the mission’s 61st Martian day, or sol (Oct. 7, 2012), the same sol as the first scooping. After examining Sol 61 imaging, the rover team decided to refrain from using the arm on Sol 62 (Oct. 8). Instead, the rover was instructed to acquire additional imaging of the bright object, on Sol 62, to aid the team in assessing possible impact, if any, to sampling activities.  For scale, the scoop is 1.8 inches (4.5 centimeters) wide, 2.8 inches (7 centimeters) long.  Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

Also… that is the SURFACE OF ANOTHER PLANET.

Ooooh shiny!

crookedindifference:

View of Curiosity’s First Scoop Also Shows Bright Object

This image from the right Mast Camera (Mastcam) of NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity shows a scoop full of sand and dust lifted by the rover’s first use of the scoop on its robotic arm. In the foreground, near the bottom of the image, a bright object is visible on the ground. The object might be a piece of rover hardware.

› Related video

This image was taken during the mission’s 61st Martian day, or sol (Oct. 7, 2012), the same sol as the first scooping. After examining Sol 61 imaging, the rover team decided to refrain from using the arm on Sol 62 (Oct. 8). Instead, the rover was instructed to acquire additional imaging of the bright object, on Sol 62, to aid the team in assessing possible impact, if any, to sampling activities.

For scale, the scoop is 1.8 inches (4.5 centimeters) wide, 2.8 inches (7 centimeters) long.

Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MSSS

Also… that is the SURFACE OF ANOTHER PLANET.

Ooooh shiny!

Reblogged from crookedindifference, 83 notes, October 10, 2012

heirloom tomato from the garden. (Taken with Instagram at Man’s Country)

heirloom tomato from the garden. (Taken with Instagram at Man’s Country)

0 notes, October 9, 2012

Perhaps it’s time to dust this thing off and give it another spin.

2 notes, October 8, 2012

My boss approved my vacation request!

So the bf and I are going on a two week + long road trip from Portland to Houston including stops in San Francisco, Joshua Tree, Austin, Las Vegas, Death Valley, and Ashland! SO EXCITED!!!

1 note, October 20, 2011

nikigbpp:

Portland Docks by Redgum on Flickr.

nikigbpp:

Portland Docks by Redgum on Flickr.

Reblogged from fuckyesoregon, 38 notes, October 20, 2011

Reblogged from fuckyesoregon, 40 notes, October 20, 2011

I really wish someone had told me this a long time ago.

I really wish someone had told me this a long time ago.

Reblogged from fuzzpup, 29 notes, October 20, 2011

Reblogged from fuckyeahcartography, 53 notes, October 20, 2011