Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

Explore Remaining, Ow Ly and more!

This is the Swedish warship Vasa, it sank in 1628 and was recovered from the ocean in 1961 almost completely intact. This is the only remaining intact ship from the 1600's. This ship is housed in The Vasa Museum in Stockholm Sweden. A museum built around the ship.

Congaree National Park in South Carolina preserves the largest tract of old growth bottomland hardwood forest left in the United States. (by wsweet321)

Awesome infographic guide to some of the most interesting highways to drive across America. Excellent for helping plan out a road trip!

Awesome infographic guide to some of the most interesting highways to drive across America. Excellent for helping plan out a road trip!

Where part of the opening scenes of "Gone with the Wind" was filmed. The Old Mill, Little Rock, Arkansas #AETN #BeMore

How To: Triple Topsy Tail | The perfect quick and easy kids style for play dates, trips to the park or even school | 1. Section hair just above the temple and pull back into a loose pony • 2. Evenly part the section above the elastic, then pull the hair below the elastic up and through the part • 3. Repeat, evenly dividing the remaining hair into two ponytails. For smoother, stronger strands before you style, wash with Aussie Kids Mango Mate 3N1 shampoo, conditioner and body wash.

How To: Triple Topsy Tail | The perfect quick and easy kids style for play dates, trips to the park or even school | 1. Section hair just above the temple and pull back into a loose pony • 2. Evenly part the section above the elastic, then pull the hair below the elastic up and through the part • 3. Repeat, evenly dividing the remaining hair into two ponytails. For smoother, stronger strands before you style, wash with Aussie Kids Mango Mate 3N1 shampoo, conditioner and body wash.

15 Of The Cheapest Cities In Europe That You Need To Visit!

15 Of The Cheapest Cities In Europe That You Need To Visit! | Travel. Tips. Destinations. Packing. Accommodations. How-To. Tickets. Fly Away. Beach Life. Tour. Staycation. Fave Places. Beauty. Nature. City Life.

Vicki Stroud and Peter Heperi participating in a dance marathon, Wellington, 7 June 1976 Reference Number: EP/1976/2054/8 Vicki Stroud and Peter Heperi, two of the remaining contestants in New Zealand’s first Bump Marathon, dancing the disco dance the Bump, Wellington. The pair have been dancing for over 20 hours and stand to win a trip to Fiji. Photographed 7 June 1976 by an unidentified Evening Post staff photographer.