Seven days. Post one photo, every day, for Seven days. It Must be a black & white photo. Do not post photos with people in them. Do not give any explanation of when, where, or why. Challenge someone new each day.
Copy and paste this message to put on your post and add your photo and then challenge someone to do the same each day.
Challenged by: @averagecalamities
Today I Challenge: @lowkey_loki_cosplay
Sometimes, a thing that’s good requires some assembly before its value is fully displayed. Sometimes a good man is broken, and needs some TLC before his potential is fully realized. Would you make that investment?
Salah satu hal paling menyenangkan adalah berbagi kebahagiaan.. 😁
Daripada berbagi iri, dengki, keluhan, lebih baik berbagi kebahagiaan dan kebaikan ❤
Kata emak gue sih begitu 😁
Salah satunya seperti yg ada di foto ini waktu di desa Arborek, bertemu anak-anak dari desa Arborek itu menyenangkan.. Mereka bernyanyi, menari menyambut tamu yg datang kesana. Mereka terlihat lugu, polos, gak ada beban, yaahh kaya gue gituh 😂🤣 .
Dan ternyata hidup itu lebih bermakna kalo kita bisa berbagi kebahagiaan daripada keluhan.. 😘
Selamat Pagiiii...!! Selamat beraktivitas.. .
📷 by @billydjokosetio
2016 FWC Grandby Flatbed Camper
1,689 lbs, dry Aluminum jack brackets Two 160-watt Zamp solar panels Dual deep-cycle AGM batteries Full LED interior lighting, one LED external "porch" light 110-liter, two-way refrigerator Forced-air propane furnace w/thermostat Propane hot-water heater Propane stove Sink 20 gallon water tank Two 2.5-gallon propane tanks Indoor/outdoor shower Roof vent fan Thermal pack Silver spur interior Cassette toilet ARB awning 2500 Stereo Aluminum folding steps Mechanical jacks Cooling memory foam gel mattress topper Most of those are factory options. I added the stereo, the second solar panel (replaced crappy factory crimp connectors with weather-tight MC4 connectors), folding steps, the mattress topper, the mechanical jacks, and the awning. There's a camper queen bed up top and a camper twin in the back. The rear dinette serves triple duty as dining room table, second bed, and shower. Plenty of storage under both rear benches and the upper bunk. Lots of cubbies here and there. It has a functional, off-the-grid time of five days with two adults and a toddler, limited primarily by water. We weren't great about rationing, though. A single, determined individual could do 14 days in this thing pretty reasonably, regardless of weather. We've been in it at 16 degrees and at 97 degrees, all with a one-year old. We paid $32,572 for it one year ago. I have since added over $2,000 in additional necessaries.
Location: Knoxville, TN
Price: $27K obo- Delivery is possible . . .