Circles and circuits
Your hands against the glass
Left with the ones who fake it
Buy, sell, ticket and pass
Enter at your own risk
These dangerous eyes of yours
Watching and replaying the disk
And I'm going crazy inside out
Why do these minds matter?
Why do they search about?
Sillys becoming sillier
Searching for something
The fishys falling for the lure
Heart break has got to sting
I'm heading to your mountain range
To talk with you of something strange
To scream out to the world I'm not okay
Explaining to you why I won't stay
Nerve racking anxiety I just can't handle
I'm gonna get hurt if I fall for it
Distance is hard to fight
Regardless, how would I even admit?
My dreams light up at night
Slowly pulling the pieces apart
Something my mind won't get
Pitter rain for a pitter patter heart I guess
Releasing all these emotions I suppress- by Copyright2018Marilène.vdL ❤
13/01/2018- Part 2- After stopping at the information centre, we continue the gorgeous, wilderness drive to Queenstown. We make a couple of stops at Roseberry(a mining town) and some other places, and eventually find ourselves on the winding, mountain drive not far from Queenstown. There we find this mini state reserve with these massive rock formations and some pretty incredible views a bit off trail! The photo you see above is one of the photos I took around the state reserve! Gloomy vibes are one of my favourites! 😊 We find ourselves in Queenstown, which is yet another mining town, and do a little exploring! I love how Queenstown is surrounded by all these tall, wild, beautiful mountains! So wild! ❤ Part 3 is coming soon! 😃 G'bye 😀
The Magical Nokota Horse. The last of the Wild West. These beautiful horses run wild and free in North Dakota. Those who love them are saving them and I’m so blessed to witness and be a small part of it.
Great Gray Owls are large birds that live in mountain forests and prey on small rodents. The ranging behavior of these beautiful birds is still unknown and typically in remote areas.
Teton Raptor Center’s Research Team is trying to identify critical, limited wintering habitat for Great Gray Owls in Jackson Hole and will spend this winter trapping owls for research. In this project, funded by the Teton Conservation District. We will deploy 9 GPS transmitters to study the range of local Great Grays. The GPS units are mounted to tails and will fall off the birds in the fall so we can recover, recharge, and redeploy the units again next year.
17 9293 days ago
Here they come over the bridge! #🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎🐎 Staying @ the ranch this #winter season? Don't forget to post your snaps with #CLazyUVacay to enter to win a sweatshirt or a 2 person, 2 night stay!
On #ThisDayinHistory 1929, Wyatt Earp dies in Los Angeles, nearly 50 years after the famous gunfight at the O.K. Corral. The Earp brothers had long been competing with the Clanton-McClaury ranching families for control of Tombstone, Arizona, and the surrounding region. On October 26, 1881, the simmering tensions finally boiled over into violence, and Wyatt, his brothers Virgil and Morgan, and his close friend, Doc Holliday, killed three men from the Clanton and McLaury clans in a shoot-out near the O.K. Corral. In late December 1881, the Clantons and McLaurys struck back with a shotgun ambush of Virgil Earp; he survived, but lost the use of his left arm. Three months later, Wyatt and Morgan were playing billiards when two shots were fired and Morgan was fatally wounded. As a U.S. deputy marshal, Wyatt had a legal right to bring Morgan’s killers to justice, but he quickly proved to be more interested in avenging his death than in enforcing the law. Earp finally settled in Los Angeles, where he tried unsuccessfully to find someone to publicize his many adventures, and his famous role in the shootout at the O.K. Corral did attract the attention of the city’s thriving new film industry. For several years, Wyatt became an unpaid technical consultant on Hollywood Westerns, drawing on his past to tell matinee idols like William Hart and Tom Mix how it had really been. When Wyatt died in 1929, Mix reportedly wept openly at his funeral. Ironically, the wider fame that eluded Earp in life came soon after he died. #WildWest#WyattEarp#USHistory#OKCorral
104 169136 days ago
Getting all touchy feely with some of the Wilder West favourites over at @kitten_vintage_mackay 🤠💕🙌🏻 ... Which is YOUR favourite?!