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Hawaii

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Big Sur, California

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Hand-poured in New York City and inspired by the vibes of the Pacific Northwest, Outdoor Fellow's No.3 Costal Forest Candle will burn wanderlust-filled notes of cool ocean spray and the lush, temperate forest that is carried in the wind of this magical region of North America. With 40-50 hours of blissful burn time, No.3 is made with a natural coconut wax blend, and is laden with notes of Cypress, Douglas fir, Moss, Musk and Ozone. Pick one up below.
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Reaching for a plump carrot, a tiny white-gloved hand on a slim grey arm extends from a hole in the ground, and shortly after, a star is born. This was how Bugs Bunny made his screen debut in the animated short “A Wild Hare” on July 27, 1940. It was then that his first and now-immortal phrase, “What’s up, doc?” passed through his buckteeth and entered American iconography forever. Bugs has been capturing the imaginations of generations pretty much since that moment. He became, and remains, an instant classic. But what makes our love for the “wascally wabbit” such an enduring one? 

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