The 142 bus!

The 142 bus!

12-gauge-rage:

Wish I knew it’s story.

semperannoying:

North Vietnamese troops on the Ho Chi Minh trail in Laos, photographed by a hidden SOG recon team

greasegunburgers:

A deadly vegetable?

This photo shows one of the many kinds of booby traps rigged by Japanese troops on Iwo Jima. Here we see a U.S. Marine exposing a fragmentation grenade hidden inside a cabbage.

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strangeremains:

Skull, found in France, with a knife still embedded it it.  The skull belonged to a Roman solider who died during the Gallic Wars, ca. 52BC. It was on display at the Museo Rocsen in Argentina.  

smallandtinyhomeideas:
Maison 5.5m x 5.5m 
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LVPH
The Windig project proposes to create small habitable structures scattered throughout the park. The rental of these turrets will fund the maintenance of the park. Each turret is 5.5m x 5.5m x 9m and is equipped minimally: one shower, one toilet, a small kitchen and a wood stove.
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archdaily
This would be cool to have several on privately owned land. A “village” made up of friends and family. 
smallandtinyhomeideas:
Maison 5.5m x 5.5m 
|
LVPH
The Windig project proposes to create small habitable structures scattered throughout the park. The rental of these turrets will fund the maintenance of the park. Each turret is 5.5m x 5.5m x 9m and is equipped minimally: one shower, one toilet, a small kitchen and a wood stove.
via
archdaily
This would be cool to have several on privately owned land. A “village” made up of friends and family. 
smallandtinyhomeideas:
Maison 5.5m x 5.5m 
|
LVPH
The Windig project proposes to create small habitable structures scattered throughout the park. The rental of these turrets will fund the maintenance of the park. Each turret is 5.5m x 5.5m x 9m and is equipped minimally: one shower, one toilet, a small kitchen and a wood stove.
via
archdaily
This would be cool to have several on privately owned land. A “village” made up of friends and family. 
smallandtinyhomeideas:
Maison 5.5m x 5.5m 
|
LVPH
The Windig project proposes to create small habitable structures scattered throughout the park. The rental of these turrets will fund the maintenance of the park. Each turret is 5.5m x 5.5m x 9m and is equipped minimally: one shower, one toilet, a small kitchen and a wood stove.
via
archdaily
This would be cool to have several on privately owned land. A “village” made up of friends and family. 
smallandtinyhomeideas:
Maison 5.5m x 5.5m 
|
LVPH
The Windig project proposes to create small habitable structures scattered throughout the park. The rental of these turrets will fund the maintenance of the park. Each turret is 5.5m x 5.5m x 9m and is equipped minimally: one shower, one toilet, a small kitchen and a wood stove.
via
archdaily
This would be cool to have several on privately owned land. A “village” made up of friends and family. 
smallandtinyhomeideas:
Maison 5.5m x 5.5m 
|
LVPH
The Windig project proposes to create small habitable structures scattered throughout the park. The rental of these turrets will fund the maintenance of the park. Each turret is 5.5m x 5.5m x 9m and is equipped minimally: one shower, one toilet, a small kitchen and a wood stove.
via
archdaily
This would be cool to have several on privately owned land. A “village” made up of friends and family. 
smallandtinyhomeideas:
Maison 5.5m x 5.5m 
|
LVPH
The Windig project proposes to create small habitable structures scattered throughout the park. The rental of these turrets will fund the maintenance of the park. Each turret is 5.5m x 5.5m x 9m and is equipped minimally: one shower, one toilet, a small kitchen and a wood stove.
via
archdaily
This would be cool to have several on privately owned land. A “village” made up of friends and family. 
smallandtinyhomeideas:
Maison 5.5m x 5.5m 
|
LVPH
The Windig project proposes to create small habitable structures scattered throughout the park. The rental of these turrets will fund the maintenance of the park. Each turret is 5.5m x 5.5m x 9m and is equipped minimally: one shower, one toilet, a small kitchen and a wood stove.
via
archdaily
This would be cool to have several on privately owned land. A “village” made up of friends and family. 

smallandtinyhomeideas:

Maison 5.5m x 5.5m 
|
LVPH

The Windig project proposes to create small habitable structures scattered throughout the park. The rental of these turrets will fund the maintenance of the park. Each turret is 5.5m x 5.5m x 9m and is equipped minimally: one shower, one toilet, a small kitchen and a wood stove.

via
archdaily

This would be cool to have several on privately owned land. A “village” made up of friends and family. 

The Rockford files
Theme

geekvariety:

RIP James Garner, 86.

This theme song is readily identifiable to my generation……………

RIP James Garner. 

RIP James Garner. 

grody-san:

Baumhaus at Kulturinsel Einsiedel (Treehouse Hotel in Germany)
grody-san:

Baumhaus at Kulturinsel Einsiedel (Treehouse Hotel in Germany)
grody-san:

Baumhaus at Kulturinsel Einsiedel (Treehouse Hotel in Germany)
grody-san:

Baumhaus at Kulturinsel Einsiedel (Treehouse Hotel in Germany)
grody-san:

Baumhaus at Kulturinsel Einsiedel (Treehouse Hotel in Germany)

grody-san:

Baumhaus at Kulturinsel Einsiedel (Treehouse Hotel in Germany)

steampunktendencies:

Suitcase Wall,  Photo by Zachariah and Gail Rieke at their home/ studio/ gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. 

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willkommen-in-germany:

Georgenthal im Taunus, Hessen, Central Germany. The Taunus is a mountain range north of Frankfurt/Main. Its tallest peak is the Großer Feldberg with 878 m. The region is known for its geothermal springs and mineral waters that have long attracted members of the European aristocracy to the spas, as well as for having given its name to the Ford Taunus. The range is older than the Alps - it originated during the Devonian period. The Roman Limes was built across the Taunus. After the fall of the Limes (260AD), the Alamanni settled here. There are some Alemannic cemeteries in Eschborn. The area became part of the Frankish confederation of Germanic tribes after the Battle of Tolbiac around 500AD. In past centuries the Taunus became famous among aristocrats for its therapeutic hot springs. Certain towns in the area, such as Bad Homburg vor der Höhe with its Kurpark, have geothermal spas. Other spa towns are Bad Schwalbach, dating back to the 16th century, Bad Ems, one of the most reputed therapeutic spas in Germany since the 17th century, as well as Bad Weilbach. By the 19th century the most famous spa towns in the area were Wiesbaden, Bad Homburg, Bad Nauheim, and Bad Soden. 

bantarleton:

Reenactors from World War One, the Napoleonic Wars, the post-Marian Roman period and the early Medieval era take to the London tube to promote English Heritage.