A guy named Dan turned his 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (4 door) Rubicon into “a house on wheels” to drive in Africa for 2 years. As he has already driven from Alaska to Argentina and knew exactly what he wanted his car to have for a comfortable travel/housing. Dan said: “My build focused on interior living space, strong 4x4, and it had to fit inside a standard 20-foot shipping container.” Here’s how his has transformed his Wrangler.
Using shipping containers as something other than cargo carriers is a very popular idea these days. They are perfect for temporary facility like, for example, vacation rentals. They are cheap and can be installed only a few meters away from the beach. Plus they can be modified in different creative ways and look awesome. This one is a perfect example of it.
Sergi Basoli quit his job three years ago and decided to travel the Mediterranean Sea by kayak. He started from his home town of Barcelona and went till Sicily along the coastline passing many islands. He found a dong on his way and now they are traveling together discovering new places, cultures and meeting a lot of people. They‘ve paddled 5.000 km so far.
After Amazon bought an old hotel in Seattle, they announced that they would turn it into a temporary shelter for the homeless until spring 2017. After that they would start a construction there to turn it into part of their expanding campus. Amazon teamed up with a local nonprofit organization Mary's Place and the Seattle's mayor office to run the place.
A horse got stuck in a two-meter-deep drain filled with thick mud near Wellington, New-Zealand on Tuesday. The poor animal could hardly keep his head above the mud and was unable to move when a rescue team arrived. It took the rescuers from Massey University VERT four hours to pull the distressed horse from the drain. The rescuers put a board under the horse’s head to keep it elevated and out of the mud. A 12-tonne digger removed the piles of dirt surrounding his chest and back to help him breathe better and a vet got down to anesthetize him. After that the horse could be lifted out vertically of the ditch by the digger.After some time the horse was already standing much to the delight of his owners and everyone who helped rescue him.