Have you’ve ever wondered how some of our packs got their name? Our Brazos Backpack was named after the Brazos River here in Texas. The river was originally called Rio de los Brazos de Dios (translated as "The River of the Arms of God") by early Spanish explorers. “Brazos” means “arms”. The Brazos River is a popular destination for recreational activities like camping, fishing, canoeing, and hunting. With all its pockets and compartments and rugged durability, the Brazos Backpack is your extra set of arms to carry your gear on just about any adventure!
and i was on the brink of squandering a wondrous gift, the gift of being allowed, every day, to wander this vast sensual paradise, this grand marketplace stocked with every sublime thing!!!! • // george saunders (i just finished reading his new novel, lincoln in the bardo, and it was gorgeous and glittery and poetic and unconventional and everyone go read it wowowow)
Whether it's a dip in Calf Creek Falls or a nighttime trek through Fantasy Canyon, there's always another sublime experience waiting for you in Utah. 📷: @gary.showalter/@morgandduff/ @jordynfruth/@amber_demeis #visittheusa#outdoorsusa
Christmas in the Park commences tomorrow as we welcome the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree tour back to Paducah! Find event details and a full listing of holiday and seasonal happenings in the Paducah.travel Calendar of Events (link in profile)! #paducahcreativecity 📷: 2016 @uscapitolchristmastree at Noble Park