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Deepsea Under the Pole by Rolex – a pioneering adventure – combined ski trekking and scuba diving above and under the North Pole ice cap.

Diving under the North Pole ice cap, waw! Another bucket list item to dream about.

Metal pole that attaches to the deck railing to hold a bird feeder/flower pot up away from the deck.

Metal pole that attaches to the deck railing to hold a bird feeder/flower pot up…

Tree tent pole.  I would fill the space on the poles with vines/greenery to hide the ties and make it more lush!

Tree tent pole# wedding reception# tent reception marquee# I would fill the space on the poles with vines/branches to hide the ties and make it more lush!

Over on Dover: A Post About A Post: Disguising A Basement Support Pole

Before I start talking about the support pole, I want to mention a little project I did that I am super thrilled with. I knew I wanted to pu.

pole-dancing core exercises without the pole!!!!! because i can't have a pole in my apartment

These pole dance core exercises give your core incredible strength to perform more advanced tricks

Mindblowingly Awesome Backyard DIYs - Bite Sized Biggie

Mindblowingly Awesome Backyard DIYs

Maybe use pipes with bases and circle things at the top. DIY Outdoor Light Poles-Everthing you need for outdoor lighting from Lowe's

"The perfect frame and the perfect chance as an emperor penguin wanders by on its way to the sea."  Picture: SUE FLOOD

Cold Places: pictures from the Poles

An emperor penguin is framed by a hole in an iceberg at Snow Hill Island rookery, off the east coast of the Antarctic peninsula by Sue Flood, one of the world’s only women to specialise in polar photography.

This is a space saver when growing beans. Above is a small space version of the bean tee pee. Your poles can be wood or bamboo. You want to use 5-6 poles that are at least 6 -7 feet tall. Make a tee pee out of them and tie them at the top. Then you will need to make notches with a knife where you will tie the string. If not the rope will slip down. You can plant a bean plant on each side of the poles (2 between each pole). When they start to grow help guide them and then the bean plant…

Even this is for beans - I could see my beautiful blue morning glories covering this - even on a balcony Build This Pole Bean Tee Pee Trellis

PoleFit® Tips and Tricks Series: Want to increase your strength and flexibility? We teamed up with the Bad Kitty® Brand Ambassadors to bring you a series of "Tips and Tricks." Tip #1: Middle Splits Flexibilty with Mina Mortezaie. #BadKittyPride #BadKittyBlog http://www.badkitty.com/news/polefit-tips-and-tricks-series-1-middle-splits-with-mina/

PoleFit Tips and Tricks Series 1 Middle Splits with Mina

PoleFit® Tips and Tricks Series: Want to increase your strength and flexibility? We teamed up with the Bad Kitty® Brand Ambassadors to bring you a series of "Tips and Tricks." Tip Middle Splits Flexibilty with Mina Mortezaie. (Hip Flexor The Splits)

DIY Solar Light Lamp Post, Rust-Oleum Hammered spray paint- I love that the pole is cemented into a lightweight plastic container first, then placed in the planter.  Lighter to carry, easier to put away at end of season. ~A.

DIY Solar Light Lamp Post, Rust-Oleum Hammered spray paint - Pole is cemented into a lightweight plastic container first, then placed in the planter. Lighter to carry, easier to put away at end of season.

Funny Pictures of The Day – 24 Pics - Funoramic

Funny Pictures of The Day – 24 Pics

Funny Pictures of The Day – 24 Pics - Funoramic

Light Columns How-To  1. Purchase a bamboo stick or dowel that's 6 feet long and 1 inch in diameter. Drive the pole deep into the ground until it's solidly anchored. Run a 50-bulb string of lights up one side of the pole and down the other, securing it with masking tape.  2. Stack paper lanterns (ours were 14 inches in diameter) over the stick. Secure the lanterns to each other with tape.

Light Columns

Paper Lantern Columns Creating cool lighting for your venue of choice can be an expensive endeavor. Try this DIY that involves stacking paper lanterns on a dowel to make giant light columns.