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sac-town with the squad :)
It was a funny ass day at the river….

forgot everything after…4ish.

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steakgrinder:

K Camp- Cut Her Off (feat. 2 Chainz) [Remix]

Nevaaaaa a sober moment with yal that’s why we’re BFF😭😂😂😂😂 #turnup #attheriver #sacBound #mylegshellascratches #hurrrrt . 😚😘😙😜😍

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Kirko Bangz Ft. August Alsina,

adeeclectik:

Kirko Bangz Ft. August Alsina - Rich

incaseyerwonderin:

lifehackable:

Stretches that improve different aspects of your body.

As much as I normally don’t support random health posts, this one actually has some pretty legit stuff on it. I can personally say these stretches helped UC Davis’ division 1 athletes when I was an athletic trainer.

liketheislandformosa:

The hike in Point Reyes was amazing. I’ve been eyeing this place [Alamere Falls] on yelp for a while. I finally had the chance to check out the waterfall by the beach which flows directly into the ocean . The place is so damn peaceful as I sit down at the beach trying to let it all sink in.. ya know.  It’s not everyday I get to see this beautiful waterfall tumbling over a cliff, it’s waters racing towards the ocean. Pictures for days. All in all, you gotta walk and work for this to get to the beautiful final destination.. I want to go again. I was in shocked how i never came here before when it’s so close to where I live. 

The hike to the waterfalls is roughly 4.2 miles one way. It took us about 1.5- almost 2 hours? We didn’t really time ourselves and we were taking our time. We started walking from the information map around 3:30. And we didn’t get back to where we started until almost 8 PM. So that total walking on the trail road was about almost 9 miles/4 hours, roundtrip!! The walk felt so damn nice. A little windy, but the breeze was super relaxing and made the trip so peaceful. super chill. it’s not too strenuous. Not that steep of an incline, and the trail is fairly wide. Just a lot of walking with great views and wild animals. It felt so far and long at first to get to the waterfall, but it’s actually a quite adventure that takes half of the day. Like I saw animals and bugs that I wouldn’t normally see anywhere else… yeah.

The highlight of the hike was when my friend and I were high. We decided to be stoned going on a hike for the first time. So we rolled up a fat blunt at a nice spot before we started hiking.

The first 30 minutes of walking, everything was so bright/white and dull on the coastal trail. I knew that being in the nature, and the mountain was supposed to be very pretty. It obviously was sunny… but the views looked really plain and ugly at the time after we did some. Honestly, that cracked me up though. I was laughing so much about how the scene looked so different, and it changed my perception of the things around us. I felt really funny because that was kind of weird.. When the sun was supposed to look orangish, but it was white and bright. It cracked me up when everything was so un-colorful. An hour later, there was a shade when we had to walk under the trees. When we walked out of the shade, the views and everything started coming back in color. It was so funny and weird. I kept laughing about how the views and everything became so colorful and BACK TO NORMAL and pretty after walking out of that shades!!! 

Being in nature stoned is a good idea? it depends. If you want to enjoy the view, then maybe nah. If you want to just walk around and maybe get lost with friends, it’s actually a fun thing to do. Some people say that they still see the scenery beautiful.. that’s funny. To me, the first half hour was hella dull and white/bright, you know what i mean..?

However, the trail was pretty straightforward. It’s not easy to get lost. The only time when I was unsure of where we were going is when the Alamere Falls (waterfall) was actually a lot farther than I thought. So i was unsure If we were walking towards the right way. I guess I was not patient enough? I honestly thought the waterfall was going to be closer. There was not a single cell phone services either. We don’t even get service unless we drive all the way back out of the trailhead. We were disconnected from our phones the whole time so this was absolutely a getaway.

It was confusing at first but it’s not..we got to a trail that is covered with shade from the trees above it. that’s when I thought we were hella closed to the beach.. but there was still a long walk.  Continued hiking and eventually reached a trail surrounded with trees that it looks as if we are walking through a tunnel.

Eventually we came across a sign that says Alamere Falls Trail.  And that trail was like a jungle like narrow trail full of poison oak. It was funny though. I don’t know why I was being impatient maybe because I didn’t expect to be walking so much. Almost three hours later, I would finally hear some falls and you see the ocean. We had to to climb down a short, and very steep climb on rocks to reach the bottom to get down to the beach. It was such a mess going down because of sands. There was sands in my eyes but I guess it’s adventurous. 

When we got down to the ocean beach, I was starving. Funny we didn’t really know we were gonna be so damn hungry. (maybe also because of smoking?) But i was starving on the way back. Next time, I know that we will have to bring food. 5 hours of walking there…. I definitely should have brought some food with!

This is an every other day thing.
That sports bra tan line’s almost gone:)

The hike in Point Reyes was amazing. I’ve been eyeing this place [Alamere Falls] on yelp for a while. I finally had the chance to check out the waterfall by the beach which flows directly into the ocean . The place is so damn peaceful as I sit down at the beach trying to let it all sink in.. ya know.  It’s not everyday I get to see this beautiful waterfall tumbling over a cliff, it’s waters racing towards the ocean. Pictures for days. All in all, you gotta walk and work for this to get to the beautiful final destination.. I want to go again. I was in shocked how i never came here before when it’s so close to where I live. 

The hike to the waterfalls is roughly 4.2 miles one way. It took us about 1.5- almost 2 hours? We didn’t really time ourselves and we were taking our time. We started walking from the information map around 3:30. And we didn’t get back to where we started until almost 8 PM. So that total walking on the trail road was about almost 9 miles/4 hours, roundtrip!! The walk felt so damn nice. A little windy, but the breeze was super relaxing and made the trip so peaceful. super chill. it’s not too strenuous. Not that steep of an incline, and the trail is fairly wide. Just a lot of walking with great views and wild animals. It felt so far and long at first to get to the waterfall, but it’s actually a quite adventure that takes half of the day. Like I saw animals and bugs that I wouldn’t normally see anywhere else… yeah.

The highlight of the hike was when my friend and I were high. We decided to be stoned going on a hike for the first time. So we rolled up a fat blunt at a nice spot before we started hiking.

The first 30 minutes of walking, everything was so bright/white and dull on the coastal trail. I knew that being in the nature, and the mountain was supposed to be very pretty. It obviously was sunny… but the views looked really plain and ugly at the time after we did some. Honestly, that cracked me up though. I was laughing so much about how the scene looked so different, and it changed my perception of the things around us. I felt really funny because that was kind of weird.. When the sun was supposed to look orangish, but it was white and bright. It cracked me up when everything was so un-colorful. An hour later, there was a shade when we had to walk under the trees. When we walked out of the shade, the views and everything started coming back in color. It was so funny and weird. I kept laughing about how the views and everything became so colorful and BACK TO NORMAL and pretty after walking out of that shades!!! 

Being in nature stoned is a good idea? it depends. If you want to enjoy the view, then maybe nah. If you want to just walk around and maybe get lost with friends, it’s actually a fun thing to do. Some people say that they still see the scenery beautiful.. that’s funny. To me, the first half hour was hella dull and white/bright, you know what i mean..?

However, the trail was pretty straightforward. It’s not easy to get lost. The only time when I was unsure of where we were going is when the Alamere Falls (waterfall) was actually a lot farther than I thought. So i was unsure If we were walking towards the right way. I guess I was not patient enough? I honestly thought the waterfall was going to be closer. There was not a single cell phone services either. We don’t even get service unless we drive all the way back out of the trailhead. We were disconnected from our phones the whole time so this was absolutely a getaway.

It was confusing at first but it’s not..we got to a trail that is covered with shade from the trees above it. that’s when I thought we were hella closed to the beach.. but there was still a long walk.  Continued hiking and eventually reached a trail surrounded with trees that it looks as if we are walking through a tunnel.

Eventually we came across a sign that says Alamere Falls Trail.  And that trail was like a jungle like narrow trail full of poison oak. It was funny though. I don’t know why I was being impatient maybe because I didn’t expect to be walking so much. Almost three hours later, I would finally hear some falls and you see the ocean. We had to to climb down a short, and very steep climb on rocks to reach the bottom to get down to the beach. It was such a mess going down because of sands. There was sands in my eyes but I guess it’s adventurous. 

When we got down to the ocean beach, I was starving. Funny we didn’t really know we were gonna be so damn hungry. (maybe also because of smoking?) But i was starving on the way back. Next time, I know that we will have to bring food. 5 hours of walking there…. I definitely should have brought some food with!

Human beings are works in progress that mistakenly think they’re finished. The person you are right now is as transient, as fleeting and as temporary as all the people you’re ever been. The one constant in our lives is change.

It was a good tea time :)😋☕️🍰 #teatime #smellsamazing. #teaplace #food #whattimeisit (at Crown and Crumpet)

Pika pika was redicipisl amount of fun 😂This made my day!!!!😘 next time make sure we got our poses planned out in advanced lollll #wearesocute 💖 (at Pika Pika San Francisco)

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commonmedication:

We getz freaky in the studio late night, That’s why the beats that you hear are comin real tight."

Rappin 4 Tay

riyoka:

if u ask me to go to the park and just swing on swings with u there is 98% chance i will say yes and swing for 5 hours do not test me

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Most people do not listen with the intent to understand; they listen with the intent to reply.
Stephen R. Covey (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

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You must be imaginative, strong-hearted. You must try things that may not work, and you must not let anyone define your limits because of where you come from.
Chef Gusteau (Ratatouille)

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