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London Fixie POV


6John at work in Dublin. Put together by himself this video gives another good view of working in Dublin. Happy new year.

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Pumpkin and Feta Fritters

(makes 2 servings)
Printable Recipe

2 cups pumpkin/squash (grated)
1/4 cup fresh herbs (such as parsley, dill, mint; chopped)
1 green onion (sliced)
1/4 cup feta (crumbled)
1/2 cup flour (I used whole wheat flour)
1 egg
salt and pepper to taste
2 tablespoons oil

1. Mix the pumpkin, herbs, green onion, feta, flour, egg, salt and pepper in a bowl.
2. Heat the oil in a pan.
3. Spoon the pumpkin mixture into the pan and cook until golden brown on both sides, about 4 minutes per side.

Bomb That HIll!


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uniform experiment x Dr. Martens

Swiss Made Design


Dutch artist and inventor Joost Conijn refitted his Citroën with wooden panels and installed a wood-burning boiler for propulsion. He then traveled around Eastern Europe, documenting people’s reactions to his odd car.

Ultimate Cremation


In the last 22 months, Ralph B. White’s meticulously logged schedule shows trips to the mountains of Nepal, the Australian outback, the China-Mongolia border, a Rwandan volcano, Iceland, Benin and the waters off Zanzibar. […]

Thanks to [Ralph’s friends at the Adventurer’s Club], tiny portions of White’s remains, carefully measured out in plastic bags, have put in enough posthumous miles to rival King Tut. Instead of a bucket list, he’s got an ash log. It’s six pages long.

“Rather than have people mourn him, he wanted to give people incentive to go have adventures,” said Rosaly Lopes, who was engaged to White when he died and is the keeper of the ashes.

Though White covered a lot of the Earth during his life, said Krista Few, his daughter, most of these scatterings have delivered his ashes to new territory. “The competition is what is the most bizarre place we can take Ralph?”

Christopher Reynolds of The Los Angeles Times has the story: Link

Cut & Fold Art


Peter Callesen is a true master of combining the minimalism of a big crisp white sheet of paper with the complexity of meticulously cut and folded paper and uses the two to build out some really beautiful compositions.