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Dog Pool, Stay Persistant My Friend!

DOG POOL


Most darling dog ever!



No matter what you do,
 stay persistent.



Keep going after the ‘Ball’ or Goal
you want
,
like a dog in a pool. 



Jump on the float to give you leverage


stick with the friends you met online

to 
get encouragement,
Ideas,
ways around the ‘pool’

and paddle like heck 


GRAB that ball
and get your goal,


Win that victory!



No matter how green the water is,

or long it takes you to paddle to your dream

GO FOR IT!

Get in the Dog Pool with me!

Karen





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Amazing Swedish Women Develop Invisible Bike Helmet

Amazing Swedes Develop Invisible Bike Helmet

You know how it is uncomfortable and hot
wearing a bike helmet?
Bike helmets have not changed in decades.
They are ugly and rigid.
No one wants to get their brains splattered
all over the road, nor a few disfiguring scars.

I love hearing about innovative inventors and entrepreneurs.

BIke helmet woman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Two amazing Swedish women designed an Invisible
helmet that works and is stylish!
And you won’t get ‘Hat Head’ wearing their invisible
bike helmet.
Bike Helmet man

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When you see how it works
it all makes sense.
The clever solution that draws from a
number of technologies that are well-established
and familiar will astound you.


The design and engineering
of this amazing helmet is beyond great.
They are really good at getting funding too.
They have received over TEN Million $ in venture capitalism.

Two percent of motor vehicle crash deaths
are bicyclists in the United States.
72% of those fatalities are adults over
the age of 20, and no state has a mandatory
helmet law for adults
(although some cities have local ordinances requiring them for all riders).

So far the helmet is available only in Europe–sold
on the official site for €399 ($535)–and would need to meet U.S.
CPSC requirements to be sold as a helmet stateside.

 

This helmet is the one for me.
Expensive, but sometimes safety and fashion cost a little more!

To Your Success,

Karen

Baby Hawaiian surfer

Insane Photo: Tardy Surfer Resorts To Cliff Jumping To Catch Up To His Competition

Tardy Surfer Resorts To Cliff Jumping To Catch Up To His Competition


It looks like it takes real commitment when you really want something, you go for it!
Hope you love this as much as I did!
The Postgame Staff.

A surfer in Santa Cruz was running late for his competition so he was forced to improvise.

That improvisation came in the form of a jump off a cliff 30 feet high and into the Pacific Ocean.

“He timed it perfectly,” photographer Allen Hughes told The Daily Mail.

The same could be said of Hughes, who captured the spectacular photo of this anonymous surfer in midair as a huge wave cascaded behind him.

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Hughes was alert to the possibility that an intriguing scenario was unfolding at Lighthouse Point.

“Everyone else was watching the surfers out at sea, but then I noticed this guy running along Lighthouse Point,” Hughes told the Mail. “I watched for quite a while and before each heat the surfers would climb down to the end of Lighthouse Point and make a smaller 10 foot jump.

“I noticed this guy run down to the end, he was late for his heat.”

That was Hughes’ cue to lock in on him.

“I could tell he was anxious so I focused my camera on him and before anyone knew it, he ran and jumped off the cliff,” Hughes said. “He timed it perfectly and landed just behind the white water and paddled out. I never did find out who he was. The cliff itself must be 30 foot high and the waves were maybe higher.”

Although we can all marvel at the artistic quality of Hughes’ shot, it ought not to be overlooked that the surfer got away with a rash decision. Not to be a ghoulish buzzkill here, but the outcome could’ve been far less favorable.

Hopefully this was crazy enough to dissuade any copycats jumpers, and perhaps it can be a lesson to all surfers: Pay attention to the time.

For those hardcore photography buffs that might be curious about the gear, according to Metro, Hughes, 65, captured the moment with a Nikon D300S.
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Tardy Surfer Resorts To Cliff Jumping To Catch Up To His Competition

747 Home

Woman Turns Airplane into Home 747

Woman Turns Airplane into Home 747

Makes recycling take on wings!

747 Home

 

Whatever you want to do, do it with Flair.
Take your passion to the top level, give it wings!
Just don’t hurt any animals or people in the process.

Woman Turns Plane into Home 747