Home doesn't feel like four walls and a roof
And it definitely doesn't feel like dozens of crowded streets
Home is where the heart is, and I fear I've left it behind.
1 1710 minutes ago
Probably not the first image that comes to mind when you think of Canada, but that's one of the things to love about traveling in this country... each province and territory is just so unique.
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Saturday afternoon long walk home along the Riverwalk. So relaxing.
1 2421 minutes ago
Why yes, a bucket of wild Ontario blueberries is 💯 a complete meal!
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As we scrambled out of our cozy sleeping bags to soak in the morning light and sip on hot coffee, everything seemed to stand still.
Away from the hustle & bustle, the only sound was the soft rustling of wind through the alpine trees and the distant singing of birds awaking for another glorious day 🙌🏻
Well the mountains are getting hammered with snow so that's likely the end of doing mountains like Birdwood 👆 for the season. I'll likely be running away from the snow for the most part this winter, but when I do stick around I might as well embrace the white sh!t and play with my friends. Ideally I'd like to learn all the things, but given that being a winter nature lover is just as, if not more, expensive than summer nature lovin', I'll likely only be able to afford all the gear for one activity. Skiing or ice climbing? I'm strongly leaning towards ice climbing because it gives me the opportunity to stand on things and play on ropes, which is always fun. If you had to pick just one outdoor activity to learn this winter, which would you choose? Skiing/snowboarding, or ice climbing??