Posts tagged the buried life
Posts tagged the buried life
First Descents is a radtastical (that’s right: rad, fantastic, and magical) organization that provides free outdoor adventures to young adults with cancer. I’m beyond jazzed that TBL is teaming up with them! Saturday, March 2nd you can join The Buried Life for climb-a-thon in LA to help raise money for First Descents. If you can’t make it out to LA, donate to their team here!
While cleaning out the tremendous amount of bookmarks I have on Chrome, I stumbled upon The Buried Life’s old blogspot. A few minutes of browsing later and I found this gem.
“I went to a 90’s themed Halloween gig as El Nino. My dream you ask? No. But because some of us are meeting for the first time, I wanted you to know who I am. It’s nice to meet you. ” -Jonnie
Someone knows how to make an unforgettable first impression. :) Enjoy!
Just in case you missed it… he’s all kinds of wild and crazy fun!
I really hate bringing up TBL on this blog. But….one of my friends is a finalist for their “American List” contest and I really want her to win. Like more than anything. Because it would cool and she would get a great experience with TBL and just in general. We’ve only been…
Do it! Please and thank you!
I don’t billy-ve this… Brian McKnight goat a Twitter account:
people get in the way back machine on the Jonnie Penn and Duncan Penn tags and reblog my posts from forever ago.
If you’re willing to infinity scroll in search of the perfect TBL pictures, you probably know enough to compete in the TBL Trivia game coming up this weekend. Check it out on tbltrivia.tumblr.com
I hear the prize is gonna be super cool! ;)
cross it off
Damn cops. (Taken with Instagram)
Ooooh oooh everyone should play! Just follow tbltrivia.tumblr.com. Message me if you want to join my team! :)
Last batch of wonderful photos by Robyn “Poppet” Penn… for now. Check out her other photography at poppetpenn.tumblr.com :)
These are all lovely photos! :)
More photos from Maui Maka Photography’s facebook album.
“Shot this lovely little family in Victoria yesterday! What a beautiful summer evening and such a pleasure to capture the fun and tenderness in this young family.” - Poppet Penn
#24 Send a message in a bottle
On my last night in Washington, D.C. I decided that I had to cross off #24: Send a message in a bottle. I gathered with my new friends to write letters and collect the bottles we had amassed over the summer. A storm had been brewing all afternoon and broke right as we reached the Potomac. After ceremoniously kissing our bottles, we tossed them into the water and ran toward the nearest shelter. We ended up improvising ponchos out of garbage bags graciously given to us by a gas station attendant before sprinting back to the Ivory Tower residence hall at GWU. Definitely the best way to spend my last few hours in DC.