In 1952 the Olympic Winter Games were held in Stein Eriksen’s hometown of Oslo, Norway, the birthplace of modern skiing. At the age of 24 Stein was the first alpine skier from outside the Alps to earn a gold medal. Despite a near fall that would have resulted in disqualification, Stein won the gold in the men’s giant slalom by 1.9 seconds.
Mt Shasta from the backseat.
This was my exact view about 2 years back. I was driving home from Sasquatch, it was 7am, my friend was asleep and Bon Iver was over the radio. One of those life moments.
Road on the Great Plains — Dorothea Lange, 1941.
Lazy day in Geneve
Perfect is what that is.
rainy summer morning
okay this looks like literally the most perfect thing I could ever ever do omg my heart I want itttt ahhhh cant handle it rain + road trips + coffee it’s too much, too much i say
Hey, guys. I have a crazy idea. Why don’t we go on a road trip?
Horizon Blue… 1960 Corvette C1