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18 Breathtaking Cabins to Fuel Your Cabin Fever

images related to 'welcoming' as part of a project called 3 little words

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18 Breathtaking Cabins to Fuel Your Cabin Fever

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Tree house anyone? View tree houses of different shapes and sizes in this album here: http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/vo53 Is building a tree house on your backyard project list?

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Jackie Robinson stealing HOME! Check out the batter; he doesn't seem to notice that Jackie is about to slide right under him!

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15 Things You Obviously Need In Your New Home

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Sushi Rice and California Rolls

Everything you need to know to make the best California rolls: Perfect sushi rice, dips, sauces and secret techniques! A full step-by-step photo tutorial! @natashaskitchen

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!Surfing! Surfing is a surface water sport in which the wave rider, referred to as a “surfer,” rides on the forward face of a wave, which is most often carrying the surfer towards shore. Waves suitable for surfing are found primarily in the ocean, but can be found in some lakes, in rivers in the form of a standing wave or tidal bore. Surfing can also be done in manmade sources such as wave pools and boat wakes. The term “surfing” refers to the act of riding a wave and not the form (with or without a board) in which the wave is ridden. For instance, the native peoples of the Pacific surfed waves on alaia, paipo, and other such crafts on their belly, knees, and feet. Not to mention, Bodysurfing, the act of surfing a wave without a board, is considered by some to be the purest form of surfing. That much said, the more modern day definition of surfing tends to refer to when a surfer rides a wave standing up on a surfboard, which is referred to as stand-up surfing or paddleboarding. Although, another prominent form of surfing in the ocean today includes bodyboarding, which refers to when a surfer rides a wave either on the belly, dropknee, or stand-up on a bodyboard. Not to mention, knee boarding, surfmatting (riding inflatable mats), foils, bodysurfing, and so forth.

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