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Running Shoes Infographic: How to Choose the ...

17 Surprising Mid-Run Snacks to Improve Your Marathon

Running Shoes Infographic: How to Choose the Right Running Shoes for You.I just went to Road Runner Sports and had them fit me, but this works too. And the different ways to lace the shoes is helpful!

Hanami (Cherry Blossom Festival)

Another bucket list item. To visit the Cherry Blossom festival in Tokyo. My assistant in Tokyo is teaching me some japanese.which has made me want to go even more!

Yosemite National Park, California, USA

Yosemite National Park, California, USA

E2C 2016, The Invictus Games, and Fleet Week New York(The Corps Report E...

This is an awesome picture! "Sailors line the deck of the USS Wasp as she sails by the Statue Of Liberty, in New York, to participate in Fleet Week activities, Wednesday, May (AP Photo/Richard Drew)"

Maldivas

A piece of paradise: 25 of the most beautiful maldives resorts

Beach home or Home in the water or boat house, but is this really a boat? Either way it would be amazing! Vacation HOME!

❦ The Delicate Arch "burns" at the beautiful light of an unexpected sunset, just after a heavy rain storm. Arches National Park, Utah - USA

The Delicate Arch "burns" at the beautiful light of an unexpected sunset, just after a heavy rain storm. Arches National Park, Utah - USA Prints available here

Lion Sands Ivory Lodge in the Kruger Game Reserve, South Africa offers an overnight 'treehouse experience'. http://www.i-escape.com/lion-sands-ivory-lodge/overview

Chalkley Treehouse, Lion Sands Private Game Reserve, South Africa - I want an adult tree house!

Cold War underground home…

Cold War underground home…

Cold War Era home, with trees and landscaping, built underground. I totally want to go visit! (You guys see a fallout shelter, I see zombie apocalypse hideout!

The Most Beautiful Palaces In The World, Neuschwanstein Palace, Bavaria, Germany

Neuschwanstein Castle is a Romanesque Revival palace on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau near Füssen in southwest Bavaria, Germany. The palace was commissioned by Ludwig II of Bavaria in 1869 as a retreat.

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