Melissa Selwyn

Melissa Selwyn

Melissa Selwyn
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DIY Dog Ice Cream

A quick, easy, 3 ingredient DIY Dog Ice Cream recipe that your dog will go nuts over! The perfect frosty treat for your pup on a hot summer day. Healthier AND CHEAPER than Frosty Paws!

tic tac toe tree trunk table with stones painted as bees and lady bugs

I love this idea for the backyard - kids and entertaining. tic tac toe garden table, diy home crafts, outdoor living, repurposing upcycling, tic tac toe tree trunk table with stones painted as bees and lady bugs

Ohio River driftwood, converted lantern, brass table top, and massive rope all come together perfectly for this awesome "nautical feel" floor lamp.

Ohio River driftwood, converted lantern, brass table top, and massive rope all come together perfectly for this awesome "nautical feel" floor lamp. (I would add Edison lights instead of regular lightbulbs so it look so cool with Edison lights!

Highfield Forest Retreat, Kauri Coast » Canopy Camping -outdoor bath

Find all the best luxury camping sites in New Zealand. Enjoy a unique outdoor experience with glamping (glamorous camping) for your next holiday.

Highfield Forest Retreat, Kauri Coast » Canopy Camping

Find all the best luxury camping sites in New Zealand. Enjoy a unique outdoor experience with glamping (glamorous camping) for your next holiday.

El Dorado Hot Springs is located above a subterrainean hot springs of pure, odorless, tasteless mineral water. Tonopah translates to "hot water under the bush" in the local native American language. Among the most ancient forms of natural therapy, hot spring soaking has been enjoyed worldwide. The water is naturally heated by Mother Earth to an average of 107 degrees, with a ph of 8.2. Some say that it's like bathing in liquid silk.

El Dorado Hot Springs is located above a subterrainean hot springs of pure, odorless, tasteless mineral water. Tonopah translates to "hot water under the bush" in the local native American language. Among the most ancient forms of natural therapy, hot spring soaking has been enjoyed worldwide. The water is naturally heated by Mother Earth to an average of 107 degrees, with a ph of 8.2. Some say that it's like bathing in liquid silk.