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  • Like a model 🐿, Utah
  • Like a model 🐿, Utah
  • 43 8 4 hours ago

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  • We tried to trick him into thinking a piece of grass was a piece of food, but he wasn’t falling for it. #SorryBuddy
  • We tried to trick him into thinking a piece of grass was a piece of food, but he wasn’t falling for it. #SorryBuddy
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  • Next holidays to USA 🗽🇺🇸
  • Next holidays to USA 🗽🇺🇸
  • 44 3 4 hours ago
  • Like a model 🐿, Utah
  • Like a model 🐿, Utah
  • 43 8 4 hours ago
  • We tried to trick him into thinking a piece of grass was a piece of food, but he wasn’t falling for it. #SorryBuddy
  • We tried to trick him into thinking a piece of grass was a piece of food, but he wasn’t falling for it. #SorryBuddy
  • 23 2 6 hours ago
  • 📍Philly, Pennsylvania. Benjamin Franklin Bridge. 📸: July 15 2018
  • 📍Philly, Pennsylvania. Benjamin Franklin Bridge. 📸: July 15 2018
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  • Trava-leers, schmavaleers. Prettiest sign in all the land. 🌵
  • Trava-leers, schmavaleers. Prettiest sign in all the land. 🌵
  • 65 12 18 hours ago
  • If I can’t sit on the edge of a cliff, I’ll sit on a fallen tree on the edge of a cliff. 🏜
  • If I can’t sit on the edge of a cliff, I’ll sit on a fallen tree on the edge of a cliff. 🏜
  • 86 6 21 hours ago
  • During our trip to Portland in May we stopped in at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery. It was unexpectedly a really fun and educational experience.The h...
  • During our trip to Portland in May we stopped in at the Bonneville Fish Hatchery. It was unexpectedly a really fun and educational experience.The hatchery raises thousands of Chinook, Coho and Steelhead salmon, and if visiting during late Summer/Fall you can witness the spawning operation. The engineer in Ryan loved all the machinery, but the main star at the hatchery is Herman the Sturgeon. Herman is 70 years old, 10ft long and weighs 450 pounds!
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Little break along the Pacific Coast Highway 🚗🇺🇸☀️
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  • . Little break along the Pacific Coast Highway 🚗🇺🇸☀️ ::::: ::::: ::::: ::::: ::::: ::::: ::::: ::::: ::::: ::::: ::::: ::::: ::::: ::::: Petite pause le long de la Pacific Coast Highway 🚗🇺🇸☀️
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  • My city is full of rooftop views, @gradrichmond is definitely becoming one of my favorite spots to sip wine and decompress while looking out over t...
  • My city is full of rooftop views, @gradrichmond is definitely becoming one of my favorite spots to sip wine and decompress while looking out over this place I call home 📷 @kellymariefitzgerald
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  • Really missing sunny San Diego lately 😭 Can’t wait to be back in the states in a few months 🙌🏼🌴
  • Really missing sunny San Diego lately 😭 Can’t wait to be back in the states in a few months 🙌🏼🌴
  • 91 6 yesterday
  • The wild purple flowers of Yellowstone may look tame and approachable, but you should always stay at least 25 yards away from them.. as is demonstr...
  • The wild purple flowers of Yellowstone may look tame and approachable, but you should always stay at least 25 yards away from them.. as is demonstrated in this picture
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  • The Gemini Giant is one of the top attractions on Route 66. You can see him in Wilmington next to the Launching Pad Drive-In restaurant and Route 6...
  • The Gemini Giant is one of the top attractions on Route 66. You can see him in Wilmington next to the Launching Pad Drive-In restaurant and Route 66 Welcome Center. He stands tall at 30 foot and is a prime example of a Muffler Man, a fibreglass statue that was used for advertising. Find out about this and other iconic Route 66 landmarks in Illinois on the blog today, link in bio. #enjoyillinois
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  • Getting back to the grind after a whirlwind of a weekend is always a little rough. I did a training at work yesterday, and part of it was focused o...
  • Getting back to the grind after a whirlwind of a weekend is always a little rough. I did a training at work yesterday, and part of it was focused on this idea: “There are two kinds of people in the world - energy givers and energy drainers.” Such a simple concept, but I’d never really thought about it in those terms. We can all think of people who make us feel positive and energized, and we can all think of people whose interactions leave us feeling drained. We’ve all been each of those people too. Moral of the story today - get out there and be an energy giver (and do your best to counteract the drains). • @TheEverydayTravelers
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