Miklós Kardos
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CHIMPANZEE SANCTUARY by Gabi Guiard, via Behance

CHIMPANZEE SANCTUARY by Gabi Guiard, via Behance

10.8k Likes, 49 Comments - Adventure •Travel• Wanderlust (@wanderout) on Instagram: “Snowy dog on the Upper Kananaskis Lake. © @trailsandbears #wanderout”

10.8k Likes, 49 Comments - Adventure •Travel• Wanderlust (@wanderout) on Instagram: “Snowy dog on the Upper Kananaskis Lake. © @trailsandbears #wanderout”

Western Lowland Gorilla by Abeselom Zerit on 500px

Western Lowland Gorilla by Abeselom Zerit on 500px

Click to find out more about My Garage - My Rules Sign

Click to find out more about My Garage - My Rules Sign

Wind in his mane, focused and Ready To Pounce 2 by Joe VanEpps*

Wind in his mane, focused and Ready To Pounce 2 by Joe VanEpps*

Porsche 911 Singer

Porsche 911 Singer

What better way to enjoy a day of sunshine than spending it at the beach with a good view and some Sunshack cider ❤️ @sunshackcider // Wearing @abbyrosebikinis // Photo by @mitch.cox

What better way to enjoy a day of sunshine than spending it at the beach with a good view and some Sunshack cider ❤️ @sunshackcider // Wearing @abbyrosebikinis // Photo by @mitch.cox

Adventure Cycling Association Keep your load between 30 and 40 pounds. Carry about 40% of your weight in your rear panniers and 60% in the front. Five pounds is the maximum u should carry in a handlebar bag. b4 packing, line your panniers and sleeping bag stuff sack with heavy-duty plastic garbage bags-extra insurance on those wet days. Roll your clothing and pack it vertically. This way u can see the end of each roll for easy identification, and u minimize wrinkling. Photo by: Rachel…

Adventure Cycling Association Keep your load between 30 and 40 pounds. Carry about 40% of your weight in your rear panniers and 60% in the front. Five pounds is the maximum u should carry in a handlebar bag. b4 packing, line your panniers and sleeping bag stuff sack with heavy-duty plastic garbage bags-extra insurance on those wet days. Roll your clothing and pack it vertically. This way u can see the end of each roll for easy identification, and u minimize wrinkling. Photo by: Rachel…