HGTV is ready for its BIGGEST Renovation Project EVER
– a takeover to makeover an ENTIRE town
Is it Brooksville? If it is, Ben and Erin Napier of the hit series Home Town will hit the road for their upcoming series 'Home Town Takeover' to help you and your community revitalize the place you call home.
A brainstorming session for the formal application is planned and the public is invited to join.
Share with your friends, family and neighbors. ❤
Dieses Foto enstand ende letzten Jahres. Ich hatte mir ein Stativ gekauft und rum experimentiert. Dadurch ist dann dieses Foto entstanden und ich lieeeeebe es, wie sagt man so schön Leute ohne macke sind kacke 😆 #mehrrealitätaufinstagram
오랜만에 부산사람들을 만났어요
참 고향이 좋긴 좋구나 싶은, 그런 마음
여전히 맛잇는 반가운 이친구 ㅋㅋ #인증샷
Today, i met my hometown friends hehe
I felt my heart getting more comfortable
Hmm.. Since warm noodle..!?🤣🤣🤣
. #WMD#hometown#추울땐역시뜨끈한국물#하지만커피는아아 #thefriends _who can talk old memories
Soooooo.... Schnell noch 'ne kleine Birne reingepfiffen und dann geht's auch schon wieder los zum #bootcamp bei @hitnrunbootcamps 💪🏻🎉 #ichfreumich weil ich so wenigstens noch ein klitzekleines bisschen #laufen werde 🏃♀️ hatte ja eigentlich heute einen #longrun
geplant, da ich für heute "nur" auf der Warteliste stand. Aber als die Mitteilung kam, hieß es #schnellseinlohntsich 😅
Hey Rockers! This week we get to know one of the longest standing institutions at Metrorock. The one, the only, MGC. Metrorock, meet Matt Cary!
Q: How long have you been climbing?
A: 8 years, since 2012
Q: What got you started climbing?
A: I started at good ol’ MetroRock Everett while I was studying for the Bar exam and half way up my very first climbing wall I already wanted to have been climbing forever!
Q: Where are you from?
A: Originally, I’m from Columbia, Missouri and moved to Boston in 2003. Of course only after moving and learning to climb did I discover that hundreds of bolted routes existed less than 20 minutes from my home in Columbia.
Q: What's your favorite place to climb?
A: My favorite place to climb is the same as my favorite place: Pinecrest, in the upper Sierras just north of Yosemite, near Sonora pass.
Q: Dream climbing destination?
A: At this point in my climbing career I dream of climbing everywhere! The Dolomites, the stacks in Scotland (Old Man of Hoy), Kalymnos, Joshua Tree, even taking a long trip back home and climb the hundreds of climbs along the Missouri River.
Q: Favorite pre climb, or post climb food/snack/drink?
A: I’m partial to sushi at all stages of climbing; before, after, during, but a classic giant burrito after is always great. I refer to them as victory burritos.
Q: Most significant/favorite climbing achievement?
A: Two things come to mind: first was flashing a V8 in my approach shoes set by the one and only Zach Larson. The second is that on multiple occasions I’ve highballed a boulder in Pinecrest only to find a pair of hangers at the top, oops hehehe.