1. "Life is a garden, not a road. We enter and exit through the same gate. Wandering, where we go matters less than what we notice."
    — Kurt Vonnegut (via likeafieldmouse)

    (via lizzyletgo)


  2. Arizona

    He was mean with a hard heart and that’s what called her to him. He drove her through the desert to see his parents. His father was a mustached man who left his mother alone in her bed every hot summer night. She sweat enough for the both of them and left the bed wet for his morning return. They made love they thought, but it was more like fucking, in the hot closed up truck on the side of the road. No cars were in sight for miles. There were only open plains and mile markers, so someone could keep track of their time.

  3. leeiro:

    Jennifer Gentle - Twin Ghosts

  4. nprmusic:

    Joyce Manor’s Smiths obsession makes for a confident, focused, 19-minute record that still gleefully indulges in pick scrapes and fast three-chord songs.

    Stream Never Hungover Again from NPR Music’s First Listen

  5. rootsnbluesfestival:

    Bruce, Baker & Clapton

  6. smithsonianmag:

    Photo of the Day: Serenity Beyond the Clouds

    Photo by Douglas Croft (San Jose, CA, USA); Big Sur, CA, USA

    oh la que tal

    (via nprfreshair)

  7. yeah friday/

    elephant ipa and roots rock reggae kzsc bitch


  8. bear witness

    first batch of kombucha ready.

    addicts will find the source but we must be prepared to facilitate change

  9. cumin, always pack that cumin

    henry cowell park 2014