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ohmybritain:

Bibury, Gloucestershire by flash-of-light on Flickr.

ohmybritain:

Bibury, Gloucestershire by flash-of-light on Flickr.

yourllbeanboyfriend:

The outdoor market was bustling with local vendors; there was everything from adult snowcones to handcrafted jewelry. Theo, however, went straight for the pumpkins. “We haven’t carved one yet this year,” he said with a grin. “I think today should be the day.”

yourllbeanboyfriend:

The outdoor market was bustling with local vendors; there was everything from adult snowcones to handcrafted jewelry. Theo, however, went straight for the pumpkins. “We haven’t carved one yet this year,” he said with a grin. “I think today should be the day.”

communitytv:

Happy Birthday, Gillian Jacobs! Hope no one Brittas it. 

communitytv:

Happy Birthday, Gillian Jacobs! Hope no one Brittas it. 

cutestofthecute:

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The person you think of when you stand in front of the ocean. That’s the person you’re in love with.
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nativeamericannews:

The Differences Between a Wigwam & a Tepee
Wigwams and tepees are both types of dwellings constructed by Indian tribes in what is now the United States. However, wigwams were primarily permanent structures, while tepees were temporary, mobile structures.Geography Wigwams were primarily built by Indian tribes in the Northeastern United States such as the Abenaki and Algonquins. On the other hand, tepees were mostly built by Indians tribes in the Great Plains–currently the Midwestern area of the U.S.–such as the Lakota and Dakota Sioux tribes.

nativeamericannews:

The Differences Between a Wigwam & a Tepee

Wigwams and tepees are both types of dwellings constructed by Indian tribes in what is now the United States. However, wigwams were primarily permanent structures, while tepees were temporary, mobile structures.
Geography Wigwams were primarily built by Indian tribes in the Northeastern United States such as the Abenaki and Algonquins. On the other hand, tepees were mostly built by Indians tribes in the Great Plains–currently the Midwestern area of the U.S.–such as the Lakota and Dakota Sioux tribes.