Instructions- Always repost the rules, answer the 11 random questions posted for you. Create 11 new questions and tag 11 people. Let the person who tagged you know that you answered.
1. Do you believe in aliens? Hell yeah I do!
2. Heroes or Villains? Heroes, they remind you there’s light even in the darkest of times. 3. What is your favorite song? I don’t have a specific fave, but some of the ones I love the most are Na Soncu by Siddharta, Come On Eileen by Dexy’s Midnight Runners, River Flows In You by Yiruma,Claire De Lune by Debussy andprobably Beautiful by Baekhyun 4. Thunderstorms or snowstorms? Depends on the mood, love both. 5. What was the last movie you saw and did you like it? London Has Fallen, it was crap, I fell asleep half way through tbh :’) 6. Necklaces or rings? Necklaces all the way 7. If you were invited to a ball (like in Cinderella) would you go? Yes, though only if my friends would come too. 8. The sun or the moon? Both! 9. What is the worst book you have ever read? Very Bad Things by Susan McBride. 10. Pools, lakes, or the ocean? The ocean, the ocean, the ocean
My questions for you:
1. Favourite season?
2. 80s vs 90′s vs 00′s vs 10′s?
3. Hardcovers or paperbacks?
4. One movie that always makes you cry?
5. A cartoon you loved as a child?
6. Mixtapes or playlists?
7. Sunrise or sunset?
8. What does your favourite color remind you of?
9. Pokemon or Yu-Gi-Oh?
10. What language would you most like to learn and why?
Twelve miles of the lower Blackfoot River flow through public lands only 20 minutes east of Missoula. During the heat of the summer, it is an excellent place to cool off alongside a large portion of the Missoula population. But the crowds disappear during the other ten months of the year, and it becomes a great place for fishing, whitewater boating, and wildlife viewing.
The Blackfoot River is one of Montana’s most iconic waterways. Made famous by Norman Maclean’s “A River Runs Through It,” the river winds its way through the mountains and Potomac Valley outside of Missoula.
The Bureau of Land Management Missoula Field Office manages 12 miles of the Blackfoot River. The Blackfoot River’s waters are cold and fast with many deep spots, which makes it an ideal habitat for several trout species. The river also is destination for many floaters; day use areas and campgrounds are spread out along a well-maintained dirt road that follows the river and winds it’s way up the canyon.
A little #mondaymotivation from the John Day River in Oregon.
The John Day River – one of the nation’s longest free-flowing rivers – is 284 miles long and undammed along its entire length. Elevations range from 265 feet at the confluence with the Columbia River to over 9,000 feet at the headwaters in the Strawberry Mountain Range. And the lower river carves many spectacular bends in a deep canyon.
Visit John Day River for spectacular views and great recreation opportunities, from fishing and hiking to snowmobiling and skiing. Something for everyone!
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“The Athabasca Sand Dunes are one of the most northerly active sand dunes in the world, estimated to be approximately 8,000 years old. The William River flows through the western section of the dunes carrying the sand for over thousands of years, which creates the brush pattern on the bottom. I flew over the river by bush plane and tried to get this image of its ever changing art of nature.” Photograph by Hidehiro Otake
CAHUACHI, located on the southern coast of Peru, was the most important sacred site of the Nazca civilization. The Nazca flourished between 200 BCE and 600 CE, and Cahuachi covers a similar time period. The site, which was used for harvest festivals, ancestor worship, and burials, is dominated by a series of huge ceremonial mounds and plazas. These have been a rich source of Nazca artefacts ranging from mummies to textiles, all well-preserved in the arid climate.
In a particular spot of the southern Nazca Valley the Nazca River flows underground for a short stretch, and it was at this place, on the south bank, that Cahuachi was built. The water table here would have survived most droughts and so was considered a sacred place or huaca by the Nazca.
Fly-fishing the Owyhee River is a truly Oregonian bucket list item.
Epic canyons and picturesque high desert cradle the eastern Oregon river as it flows from Idaho to the Owyhee Reservoir.
Oh, and the trout are beautiful, too!
Come for the fishing, but enjoy the 1,000-foot-tall rhyolite cliffs in the desert canyon and all of the wildlife sightings (golden eagles, bighorn sheep and even river otters) that come with being in a remote part of the world.