"She was the kind of girl who searched for the things that could never be found." m.l.
by @rusticbones 🌏 #folkgreen
Climate Tip: Eat less meat or be a vegan. Methane is the second most significant greenhouse gas and cows are one of the greatest methane emitters. Their grassy diet and multiple stomachs cause them to produce methane, which they exhale with every breath. 💚 globalwarming-facts.info
Photo by @melissafarlow | Violent storms moved onto the coast with fury causing waterspouts and hail in between sun breaks. Awesome to see up close when Mother Nature is in control. @thephotosociety @natgeo @natgeocreative @randyolson #oceanside#oregoncoast#oregon#weather#storm#drama
How did one shopping bag get to be $100! I merely stopped in to get some fresh pasta and sauce from Pastaworks and then I saw the cheese counter, then I saw the bakery, and then the wine shop and fresh flowers at the checkout counter and so on and so on and so on... I had to get out of here before I’d go broke! This place reminds me of the food hall near the Fruitvale Station in Oakland, California! It’s a one stop shop for quality produce and food. You won’t be disappointed.
@kcbadger in the Pacific North West catching native Cutthroat. The coastal cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii clarkii) also known as the sea-run cutthroat trout, or harvest trout is one of the several subspecies of cutthroat trout found in Western North America. The coastal cutthroat trout occurs in four distinct forms. A semi-anadromous or sea-run form is the most well known. Freshwater forms occur in both large and small rivers and streams and lake environments. The native range of the coastal cutthroat trout extends south from the southern coastline of the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska to the Eel River in Northern California. Coastal cutthroat trout are resident in tributary streams and rivers of the Pacific basin and are rarely found more than 100 miles (160 km) from the ocean. #pnw