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I love those stools! I'm thinking I need to hit some garage sales to find some old bar stools for me to redo and customize using a fabric like this one.

I love those stools! I'm thinking I need to hit some garage sales to find some old bar stools for me to redo and customize using a fabric like this one.

for as much as she's stumbled, she's still running

18 Things Everyone Should Start Making Time For Again

[Mons Klint, Zealand, Denmark - Explore The 10 Most Beautiful Towns in Denmark with http://TheCultureTrip.com]

The 10 Most Beautiful Towns In Denmark

[Mons Klint, Zealand, Denmark - Explore The 10 Most Beautiful Towns in Denmark with http://TheCultureTrip.com]

Breathtaking Pastel Drawings of Greenland Fulfill Late Mother’s Dream by Zaria Forman

Breathtaking Pastel Drawings of Greenland Fulfill Late Mother’s Dream by Zaria Forman

My name is Matt an aspiring artist (ceramics mostly) and horticulturist and Nothing is mine unless I say it is. I will do my best to source everything I can. So with that said if you see something that is yours and want me to remove it I will. Simple...

Belcher Islands in Hudson’s Bay, Canada. These unusual low-lying islands extend over about 13,000 square kilometers (5000 square miles) but have a land area of only about 2800 square kilometers (1080 square miles). Their ribbony appearance is the result of the submergence of an eroded sequence of thinly-bedded, folded metasedimentary rocks, of which the harder, more resistant emerge above sea level. The rocks are of Aphebian age, 1640–2340 million years old.

Belcher Islands in Hudson’s Bay, Canada. These unusual low-lying islands extend over about 13,000 square kilometers (5000 square miles) but have a land area of only about 2800 square kilometers (1080 square miles). Their ribbony appearance is the result of the submergence of an eroded sequence of thinly-bedded, folded metasedimentary rocks, of which the harder, more resistant emerge above sea level. The rocks are of Aphebian age, 1640–2340 million years old.

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