This is Jessie! She loves critters…but none more than her best pal, Bullseye!
This…is Rex! The meanest, most terrifying dinosaur who ever lived! RAWR!
The Potato Heads: Mr. and Mrs. You’ve got to keep ‘em together cause they’re madly in love!
Now Slinky here is as loyal as any dog you could want.
And Hamm…he’ll keep your money safe, but he’s also one of the most dastardly villains of all time: EVIL DR. PORK CHOP!
These little dudes are from a strange alien world: PIZZA PLANET!
And this…is Buzz Lightyear: the coolest toy EVER! He’s sworn to protect the galaxy from the Evil Emperor Zurg!
Now you’ve got to promise to take good care of these guys. They…mean…a lot to me.
What’s he doing in there?
Now Woody…he’s been my pal for…as long as I can remember. He’s brave, like a cowboy should be. And kind and smart. But the thing that makes woody special…is he’ll never give up on you. Ever. He’ll be there for you, no matter what.
Happy 80th birthday to the Golden Gate Bridge. On this day in 1937, this iconic bridge first opened. With towers extending 700 feet into the sky and over 100 feet beneath the San Francisco Bay, the bridge is an engineering marvel. In addition to driving, you can walk or bike the entire length of its 1.2-mile expanse, bounded on either side by spectacular scenery. Photo from Golden Gate National Recreation Area courtesy of Bruce Getty.
Public lands are all about flexibility. There’s so much to see and do. Exploring nature and watching wildlife are just a few of the many recreational activities waiting for you. It looks like this young moose at Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge in Wyoming is giving outdoor yoga a try. Photo by Tom Koerner, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Sacramento River Bend Outstanding Natural Area in California includes expansive rolling hills of blue oak and lush forests surrounding the Sacramento River and its tributaries. The beautiful and diverse habitat – home to bald eagles, osprey, deer and salmon – offers natural beauty and solitude paired with numerous recreation opportunities. You can explore the area by foot, horseback, boat and bike, and then pitch a tent at the end of the day for stunning sunsets on your public lands. Photo by Bob Wick, Bureau of Land Management (@mypubliclands).
It’s spring in the Mojave Desert, with beavertail pricklypear blooming all around. Indigenous people still use this plant as a food source, including making jelly with the fruits. I’m always charmed by the presence of beavertail cactus, not only when it’s showy like this but all year round.
I feel like I’m seeing the same stuff across my dash so please reblog if you post the following:
-marvel cinematic universe (not just spidey or bucky though please)
-theater (faves are falsettos and newsies)
-tv (crazy ex girlfriend, jane the virgin, riverdale, parks and rec)
-aesthetic (photography or graphics)
-comics (dc and marvel)
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Boundary Reservoir Recreation Area in eastern Washington is the perfect place for an outdoor adventure. Recreation activities include boating, swimming, fishing, picnicking, camping, hiking and nature viewing. You’re going to love soaking in the sun while bobbing on the waves of the calm, blue lake. Photo by Jeff Clark, Bureau of Land Management.