The more I explore our new neighborhood, the more I'm falling in love with it 🧡 This Saturday I discovered a new place in Lake Forest - ELAWA Farm. It's not a typical farm. It is a stunning example of nicely designed landscapes and estate farm architecture of early 20th century. The complex was built as a gentleman's farm known at that time as a "hobby farm". It was a weekend home for the estate owner (his primary residence was downtown Chicago) and the purpose of such farm was not to support the house but to give a romantic nostalgia for the country's agrarian past specially in industrialized crowded and dirty Chicago of that time.
Post workout cryotherapy @sculpttricities ! If you workout, get sore or just like to feel refreshed you need to check it! I can’t say enough about how it’s improved my recovery alone!!! And its kinda fun! Makes you feel like a dragon!
Представьте молодую, стройную с кудрявыми чёрными волосами девушку. Девушку, которая знает себе цену, идущая не торопясь, слушающая комплименты в свой адрес.
Она неприступна и при этом так легка.
Палящее солнце города, от которого спрятаться практически невозможно, как лучезарная красота искусительницы.
Обжигающий нрав юной модницы, как пляжный песок: так манит, но заставляет быть на расстоянии. А ее улыбка сбивает с ног, но без неё дышать становится невыносимо, как без ветра-единственного спасителя на открытом солнце.
Вечерний Баку мягок и спокоен, но что кроется за поворотом? И наша черноволосая красавица каждый раз сталкивается с выбором: легкий вечерний променад или жгучая пленяющая тусовка?
А что выберешь ты?
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– If you want to race good on your bike, you have to be able to tolerate pain. But what does suffering on a bike really mean? can it be measured, tested and trained?
Everyone agrees that suffering is synonymous with cycling, and that the ability to tolerate pain is a vital part of performance. Fausto Coppi, who many consider the greatest of all, put it simplest: “Cycling is suffering.” Eddy Merckx added a little more explanation: “Cyclists live with pain. If you can’t handle it, you will win nothing. The race is won by the rider who can suffer the most.” The American ex-professional Bob Roll said that “suffering is the coin of the realm in cycling”, and his fellow countryman and Olympian Scott Martin added: “To be a cyclist is to be a student of pain. At cycling’s core lies pain. If you never confront pain, you’re missing the essence of the sport.” It’s all very well great cyclists commenting on the importance of suffering, but how does it actually help us? It is difficult to find instructive insights into the experience from pros. Even the most articulate among them don’t seem able.
Who would you take here?
The most amazing Airbnb I’ve ever seen, located in Georgia, USA. 😍 🌲
Photo by @chloe_bh
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Follow me to the old town of #Krakow , Poland 🇵🇱✨
Fun fact: We took this shot around 6am in the morning (since it was super crowded during the afternoon) & met a lot of teenagers who just left the club. It made me feel like a grandma waking up this early on a Sunday 😂👵🏼
Rad shot by #AllAboutAdventures team member @thismattexists 💥
Alaska... A place that blew our mind every second of every day... And also the place that inspired us to go to Peru 😂
When we were at this lake we were joking about how similar it looks to some of the mountains in Peru and from that moment on we began brainstorming about how to get there.
It’s crazy how somewhere so far North inspired us to travel so far south 🇵🇪
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