Antelope Canyon, Arizona- After you squeeze into the canyon you're met with a metal ladder to help you get to the bottom. Before the ladder was installed travelers had to rappel to the bottom, and there wouldn't be any way to get out of the canyon at the opposite end without a ladder. Photo by Travis Burke.
One of the most amazing places I've ever visited...felt so at home out there, like I was always meant to be there. The positive vibe and energy was so intense I could literally feel it in my soul...I can't wait for the day I finally get to go back out there again...so in love with that city
How to See the Best of California in Only 7 Days This summer you’ve decided to explore the West Coast but only managed to get a week off from work. You don’t want to feel overloaded, and you aren’t convinced there is enough time to get out and explore the best places California has to offer. I thought the same thing, so I set out to discover what you could actually do with seven days in this amazing state. What I discovered was pleasantly surprising.
The american grading system is flat-out stupid. like, you miss 30 points? That's considered the same thing as an F in my school 9 it's not graded as that but it feels like it is, to everyone). It definitely bothers me that the majority of scores you can get are an F. the possible amount of scores. F. It makes everyone that I know so worried about grades and hw and shit. fuck this.