Megan White
Megan White
Megan White

Megan White

The Foxfire Book series free download of vol. 1-5 on PDF. The books contain a treasure trove of almost-forgotten skills that preserve the traditional folk culture of southern Appalachia. Topics include: hog dressing, wild plants, folklore, etc. Not necessarily a how-to guide (although it does contain that) but more of a how-it-was-done without modern conveniences. www.outpost-of-fr...

Florida's East Coast Road Trip - Atlantic Coast, St. Augustine, Palm Beach, Highway A1A, Flagler Beach, Melbourne, Jupiter Island, Titusville, Merritt Island, Cocoa Beach, Hutchinson Island, Sebastian Inlet, Vero Beach | Florida Travel + Life

Our compound on the island lol

World of warcraft humor. Only WoW players will get this haha!

The Holo helps pregnant women lie and float on their tummies. GET OUT! This is awesome!!

Sapporo, Japan Prepare to be amazed by snow sculptures, skiing, traditional Japanese architecture, and hot springs. The painstaking attention to detail for which the Japanese are known makes for glorious, unbelievable snow carvings as intricate as finely trimmed bonsai trees. About a four-hour flight from Tokyo, this vacation spot is for those who want to go slightly off the beaten path.

How to flatten bottles...make cutting boards or small serving trays, awesome!

"These are, quite simply, the coolest planetary maps I’ve ever seen. I didn’t know that the United States Geological Survey even mapped planets in the first place. But indeed they do. The map above — of the moon’s dark side, with colors correlating to geological materials and phenomena — is one of a series produced in partnership with NASA between 1971 and 1998."

This is the thing: When you hit 28 or 30, everything begins to divide. You can see very clearly two kinds of people. On one side, people who have used their 20s to learn and grow, to find … themselves and their dreams, people who know what works and what doesn’t, who have pushed through to become real live adults. Then there’s the other kind, who are hanging onto college, or high school even, with all their might. They’ve stayed in jobs they hate, because they’re too scared to get another one...