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Favorite adventure buddies!

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American flag decal on 4runner 5th Gen

For anyone that is interested in getting the same...Go here, and use code USATOP1 for 15% off. That's $34 for a set. Choose the 18x33 size to fit your window (5th gen) and BE CAREFUL AND TAKE YOUR TIME installing. Use some soap water so it won't stick on and you can move it around... watch a youtube video on how to install a decal. Use a SHARP box opener blade or xacto knife to cut around the window. MAKE SURE YOU DON'T SCRATCH YOUR CAR! Hold the knife just enough to cut the decal, so the blade doesn't touch your car and let the blade glide on the edge of the window for an exact cut!​https://ogswraps.com/ submitted by /u/OverlookGraphicsllc
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Sunflower field Yellow Springs, OH.

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Inversion

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Saw this guy...uh, gal....today

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A better shot of our backyard fire last night.

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Diana’s Baths, Bartlett, NH

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Storm forming in Catania, Sicily

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Village Hill Landscape

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My afternoon commute.

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The view from Bear Peak this morning. Boulder, CO.

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Seattle to Portland. MT. Hood in background.

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Trending: Our Top Outdoor Stories This Week https://ift.tt/2QklLZP

A recap of popular stories this week, September 23-29, 2018.1) Zip-On Bike Tires Are Real, and They Look CrazyOvernight blizzard? Zip on your studs. Going from suburbs to singletrack? Zip on your trail treads. The reTyre presents one of the craziest bike tire designs we’ve seen in a while.2) Goliath 6×6 Truck: Hennessey Brings New Meaning to Chevy’s Trail BossThis monster Franken-truck will cost more than most homes — and only 24 will be built.3) Retro ‘Steel Bar’ Pedals Revived: Prototype Testing Looks PromisingAfter a summer of exclusive testing, GearJunkie got a sneak peek at a wild new clipless pedal design for road bikes.4) Can Thule ‘One Up’ the Competition With the Helium Platform?Thule launches the Helium Platform: A hitch-mounted bike carrier that holds bikes in place without any contact with the frame.5) Heads-Up Display for Cyclists: Everysight Raptor Glasses ReviewRide your bike light a fighter pilot! These sunglasses use augmented reality (AR) to show riders all their key…

Lake Superior Sunset - Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan

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Early morning walk through Avila, Spain.

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Harping Over Half-Term? Half-Term Happiness available 14th, 25th or 26th October! Before It's too Late....Fun, Safe Rifle Shooting Experiences with Skill At Arms https://ift.tt/2OiAtQH

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Burke Hollow, Vermont

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Dusk on South Padre Island, TX

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The Best Gear for Running with Your Dog

Why Montana Is America's Hot Springs Mecca

Being a "Stay-at-Home Mom" in the Outdoors

Why Is Jakob Ingebrigtsen So Good?

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There was no major international championship during the 2018 outdoor track and field season, but there was still a doozy of a story: a 17-year-old Norwegian was making all the old guys look, well, old. In August, Jakob Ingebrigtsen won both the 1,500 and 5,000-meter events at the European Championships. That’s two European titles for a guy who isn’t old enough to drive in his home country. Just in case you’re tempted to think that the Nordic wunderkind might only be good by European standards: Ingebrigtsen’s personal best in the 1,500 is 3:31:18. The NCAA men’s record for the same event is 3:35:01. In other words, despite being younger than most incoming college freshmen, Ingebrigtsen has already run almost four seconds faster than the fastest time ever run in the world’s most competitive collegiate sports league. How does one account for such meteoric talent?  At the risk of stating the obvious, there’s no doubt that Ingebrigtsen is blessed with that elusive “sports gene.” Jakob has…

Caught a nice brown today. 14in. Pretty chunky. Is it safe to catch and release trout? It's been a broad topic whether they can survive it or they're too sensitive. Thoughts?

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My fall walk .. gorgeous

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Smoke on the water, fire in the sky!

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Bayou kayaking. South Louisiana.

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Perfect weather for a backyard fire!

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Kuakata Seabeach, Patuakhali, Bangladesh

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Mini Golf course outdoors and under cover

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Looming Storm

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Took a quick hike up a mountain this morning and the view from the fire tower showed the colorful foliage starting to spread across the hills. Love this season in the Adirondacks!

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Save 15 Percent off Chrome Clothing Through Sunday

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Are you a winter commuter? It's the perfect time to stock up on Chrome Industries clothing. Everything is 15 percent off including rain jackets, cycling knickers, merino wool base layers, and button-down work shirts. We've been longtime lovers of the Union shorts and our writer called them "the one pair of shorts I’d never give up because I can wear them on the bike, to the bar, in the pool, and, in a pinch, even to bed."Buy Now

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virginia pimmit run trail

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Lived on an Off Grid Base Camp in Komodo National Park for 5 Days - Feels like the last frontier

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Now that autumn is upon us i thought I’d share my favorite swimming spot of the summer.

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I mean, I guess there are worse things 😜

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Watch: ‘Free Solo’ with Alex Honnold in 360-Degree Video https://ift.tt/2QjCPiN

National Geographic released footage of Alex Honnold free soloing El Cap. While it isn’t the documentary film, the angle allows you to scroll or ‘climb’ alongside him up one of the most daunting big walls in climbing.‘Free Solo’ released this past week in theaters. As a teaser, this seven-minute video certainly stokes the climbing flame and gets viewers incredibly close to Honnold’s accomplishment!Read our review of Free Solo here, where we interview directors Jimmy Chin and Chai Vasarhelyi. And then get out and see the documentary for yourself!The post Watch: ‘Free Solo’ with Alex Honnold in 360-Degree Video appeared first on GearJunkie.

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Tiny Mushroom and cicada wing. Hiking the trails at Milford State Park, Kansas.

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Rocky mountain national park

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Looking down the Nisqually River Valley from the Longmire suspension bridge, Mount Rainier National Park, Washington, USA

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Took this photo of my cousin on the top of Mount Currahee in Toccoa Georgia. 9-28-18

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Who doesn’t love fall?

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Creek over road

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Watching the sunset behind Downtown Miami, overlooking Biscayne Bay!

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A picture I took in magic hour

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Up in the White Mountains of NH. Mt.Cannon

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Some mushrooms and moss that I came across while on a hike.

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Tropical storm Kirk drifted slowly over us yesterday

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Hillary Allen's Return to Skyracing

This Organizational Must-Have Is 30 Percent Off

Park and Diamond Is Launching a Collapsible Bike Helmet

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Helmets may be the most controversial piece of biking equipment. Some say they make riding safer; others that they don’t make cycling safe enough; still others that we should focus on safe driving, rather than safe cycling. For many, the decision about whether to wear one simply comes down to looks. Helmets mess up your hair and look dorky with street clothes, and, for many people, that’s reason enough to ditch the lid for their morning commute. A Brooklyn startup called Park and Diamond wants to help solve this problem—and in the process help reduce commuter-cyclist fatalities and injuries—with a new collapsible bike helmet ($160) that looks more like a hat than a piece of safety gear. Launched on Indiegogo earlier this month, the Park and Diamond Collapsible Helmet has already garnered 573 percent of its fundraising goal, with $286,621 and a month left to go in the campaign.The soft-sided lid is made of polycarbonate, with EVA foam and a proprietary, patented composite material the …

A First Look at Kelty's 2019 Gear

The Best Backpacking Sleeping Bags

5 Cozy and Performance-Oriented Men’s Flannels

The Best Bluetooth Speakers Under $100

‘Mother Earth’ Is a Beautiful MTB Film

We Sold Our Souls to Drunk Driving

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In August, Madison Jane Lyden, a 23-year-old tourist visiting the U.S. from Australia, was cycling along Central Park West. At around West 67th Street, a car-service driver pulled into her bike lane, forcing her into traffic. The driver of a private sanitation truck then struck and killed her.Felipe Chairez, the driver of the truck, was charged with driving while intoxicated. (Police found three empty beer cans in the truck, though his attorney claims the alcohol was neutralized by a chicken sandwich.) However, the driver of the car service was charged with nothing, even though it was his action that put Madison Jane Lyden in harm’s way in the first place.I'm not surprised that 50 percent of the team responsible for Madison Jane Lyden’s death will walk. The truth is that it’s very difficult to get in any serious trouble for hurting or killing someone with your car—unless, of course, you’ve been drinking. This is because drunk driving is pretty much our only motor-vehicular taboo. …

Kammok Just Launched a New Puffy Blanket

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Camping brand Kammok is adding a new insulated blanket to its line. The Bobcat Down trail quilt ($200), filled with down and rated to 45 degrees, launched on Kickstarter on Tuesday (shipping in December). Two days in, it’s already more than doubled its $50,000 fundraising goal.The Bobcat is the lighter, less insulated, and more durable sibling to the Firebelly ($280) the 30-degree puffy blanket Kammok introduced in 2014. While the Firebelly features 15-denier fabric and 750-fill down, and weighs 24 ounces, the Bobcat is made from 20-denier fabric, filled with 600-fill down, and weighs just 19 ounces. Kammok advertises the Bobcat as the more casual of its two quilts, ideal for moderate temperatures, single-night camping trips, or cozying up on long flights and car rides.The quilt includes straps for attaching it to your sleeping pad and adjustable cords with clipsfor rigging it onto the underside of your camping hammock for added insulation. The Bobcat also has cinches at each end that…

Who Lives and Who Dies After Climbing Accidents

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Since 1930, a total of 31 people have died on Yosemite’s majestic Half Dome, thanks to improperly secured harnesses, lost anchors, avalanches, lightning strikes, tangled chutes, and one case of “slip and fall on mossy rock.” These deaths, tallied in a study published in this month’s Wilderness & Environmental Medicine, often make headlines in newspapers and on websites like this one. For some reason (and I’m not judging), deaths under extreme circumstances exert a powerful fascination.But these headlines represent only a tiny fraction of the overall picture of climbing accidents. Another study in the same journal issue, from a research team led by Joseph Forrester of Stanford University, zooms out to explore just how many climbers end up in the emergency department each year, how they get there, and what happens to them. The findings offer a reminder that climbing’s ongoing boom in popularity comes with a cost—and may convince you to freshen up your safety check routine next time …

Iceland

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Campfire on the bank of a mountain river

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Iceland on a F Road where we decided to stop - Flóahreppur, Iceland

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I live in an Outback Oasis. The Kimberley, Western Australia.

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