Few things in life are as amazing and as fulfilling as a good camping trip in the true wilderness, where you can no longer hear the people or planes or cars of our world, where it’s just you and nature, because there is a freedom that comes when you reconnect. Some attribute it to the sound of the wild, or the spirit of the wind, or simply, the peacefulness of the forest. My feelings and realizations about our connection to the rest of the animate world have been ever-changing and evolving over the decades, and now I believe all three can be equally powerful in providing respite, inspiration and spiritualism to all who need an escape.
If you’re in Scotland, you’ll understand the word ‘dreechit’ – it means that the weather has been pretty poor, and it’s used incredibly frequently in the drizzly climes of Edinburgh.
While the Scottish countryside and cities play host to a number of great attractions, ‘dreechit’ is a catch-all phrase which sums up the weather and the mentality for the majority of the populace.
That’s why it’s heartening to know that Edinburgh International Airport is only a short drive away from Scotland’s capital, and it can fly you to some of the sunniest locations in the world.
Music is, for a lot of people, a powerful force that touches our emotions and reaches deep into the soul. For all feelings and events and life moments, music shapes the way we see, think and feel, from heartbreak to anger and a myriad of emotions in between. From movie soundtracks to the moments of loneliness and fear, and loss and of course, tragedy, music opens our hearts and aids us in our toughest moments. I remember when I was growing up, often alone, an only child, and it was music that kept me sane, kept me company, and without it, I know I wouldn’t be who I am today… Nor can I imagine what I would be like, or if I would be here at all, for without the music that filled my soul, I would have grown up estranged and empty.
A quality rucksack can make or break a backpacking or nature adventure like almost nothing else. Seriously, I’ve lived and breathed through a really rough trip with bad gear and I’ve corrected those issues and have had a breeze of a trip. It all depends on proper planning, because if you’re new at backpacking, sure you will likely pick the wrong pack, and overpack your weight and space until it becomes a burden. That’s what I did on my first backpacker trip, and I ended up sending home the pack, half of what was in it, and elected to buy all near gear the very first day of the trip.
Since an RV vacation is not for everyone, you should study some typical pros and cons of traveling off-grid in an RV before starting. All you need is right here.
A carefree, exciting and recuperative vacation in an RV, sounds great, right? Although it’s a new trend today and all love it, it’s not for everyone. For instance, you might get lost or catch bad weather that forces you to change the plan. So, which pros and cons of traveling off-grid in an RV should you know before departing?
In the ever changing modern world, alternative medicine and new methods are being employed more and more for all sorts of ailments and conditions. With that shift brings exciting fresh takes on the technology that supports these methods. Like when Colorado legalized cannabis first, new eyes found new approaches to treatments and products, consumer goods, as well as concentrates. A brilliant new world will continue to blossom from the seed of truth and understanding that is working its way around to the masses about nature’s most healing and versatile plant, and that has me excited.
Having lived in Colorado for a a couple of years during the early end of prohibition, I can see a better future ahead, where those in need can receive healthy, natural medicines that do not lead to addiction and financial distress, or to fatal new symptoms. It will be truly amazing to see what life is like when many health conditions can be treated by someone simply growing a plant at their home.
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