One of the best parts of traveling is taking along new people and sharing the experience. Over my last few trips I’ve been lucky enough to have my parents and some of my best friends come along. Seeing them become overwhelmed with the experience is always my favorite part.
Look at the sky. We are not alone. The whole universe is friendly to us and conspires only to give the best to those who dream and work. #AbdulKalam
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Port Jefferson has a rich history in the shipbuilding industry dating back to 1797 when the first shipyard was built despite there only being 5 houses in town at the time. By 1825 several ship building companies existed in Port Jeff and it became a central component of the region's commercial development for roughly the next century. This statue stands in Port Jefferson Harbor today in honor of the important role that the shipbuilding industry played in the early development of the town.
Port Jefferson Harbor, Port Jefferson, Long Island (May)
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Hello Mr. Humming-Bird!
When we start to preserve and save our environment, nature can fully recover and species like this amazing but tiny bird can live instead of struggeling to survive. [Unbezahlte Markennennung]
Sometimes I have these really dumb ideas... like, “Let’s drive 26 hours over the next two days so I can go see Zion!” (it was totally worth it tbh) also there is an AMAZING Thai place in Springdale that you should definitely try if you’re ever in the neighborhood.
📍ancestral lands of the Yakima Nation •
Before he became the first Chief of the US forest Service Gifford Pinchot was an academic living in Connecticut who possessed a keen appreciation for woodlands. While attending Yale in 1885, his father asked a question, "How would you like to be a forester?" Pinchot stated, "I had no more conception of what it meant to be a forester than the man in the moon....But at least a forester worked in the woods and with the woods - and I loved the woods and everything about them....My Father's suggestion settled the question in favor of forestry." Gifford Pinchot is generally regarded as the "father" of American conservation because of his great and unrelenting concern for the protection of the American forests and public lands. • •CONNECT•CREATE•INSPIRE
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