Thankful for these sweet trails like 10 minutes from my house
Pacific white-sided dolphins are extremely acrobatic. Sometimes we get lucky and get caught in a dolphin stampede of several hundred individuals!
Considering how little snow there was just a couple weeks ago, I feel privileged to have to dig my car out.
beachfront dream homes from port.
mist this place .
Possum out exploring in the calm between the storms- two big systems have been blowing 30+knot winds across the island most of yesterday and today- definitely not cat friendly weather. #lighthouselife
against the #shore
My Mama showed me that l would never need much in this life to be happy. And in fact less was indeed more.
A simple home
To invite my friends to
Plain clothes would do
Plenty of plants to love
And a tent
To spend more nights near the water
One of her favourite sayings was "the stuff you own ends up owning you"
And oh how right she was.
As I grow older, I realize I am caring less and less about stuff.
I've moved homes so many times, over 20 for sure.
And each time I unpack less of my things.
And so they sit.
I realize they are taking up more than physical space,
And it's time to say goodbye to these boxes.
Oh how freeing to let go!
More space for love
Less attachment to money, material items and memories.
More heart centered living
More being in the present.
Perhaps, saying goodbye is exactly what we need in order to say hello 💜
Well the forecast called for hurricane force winds, with swell at 7-10 metres. Sounds like perfect storm watching weather.
The first image is from North Chesterman looking at Frank Island. The second is looking at the "Y42" buoy near Amphitrite Lighthouse. Beautiful, powerful scenes. Now the wind is kicking up and that forecast hasn't changed.
It's certainly a day for looking at the water, but not being on the water!
get me sunshine when i can!
Happy weekend everyone💪 Always nice to know the face behind a page. Grew up on the Sunshine Coast, now living in the lower mainland. Love capturing moments, adventuring, and being outdoors👌 Looking forward to sharing more photos.
I don’t know what they are called, the spaces between seconds – but I think of you always in those intervals.
Who has been to Meares Island? 🙋🏻♀️
Apart from its gigantic trees 🌲between 800-1,300 years old and the beautiful view from the Lone Cone hike (6.5km), Meares was the starting place for one of the largest acts of peaceful disobedience in Canadian history...
In the early 80s, Meares Island was in immediate danger of clear cut logging. Concerned Tofino residents, environmentalists, and the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations joined together to face off the big timber industry. This initial battle ground gave birth to BC’s “War of the Woods” which spread up along the coast up to Haida Gwaii.
Meares is also home to the Lone Cone hike (pictured here). The hike is 6.5 km return and is classified as steep and difficult. The elevation gain is approx. 730 m. This photo was taken on the hike in fall of this year by @ty_visual
Follow link in bio for water taxi and tour options to Meares Island and Lone Cone!
#explorebc #tofino #explorecanada #sharevi #cangeo #thatpnwlife #ilovebc
Weekends are for the pups 🐶// rad shot from our girl @nikkiriddy
I could spend all day exploring tidal pools... I felt like a kid in a candy store as I jumped from rock to rock, yelling “look there’s a starfish! And an an anemone!” The Ocean always amazes me.
This year wasn’t an easy one to say the least; many big life changes happened, the highs were so good and the lows were very low, but I’m taking a second to realize how many people around me love me and want me to succeed. Anyway, this is just a collab of every group photo I made my friends take on this Tofino trip, I’m so unbelievably thankful for all of them. I don’t know how I would have gotten through it all without people like these ones by my side #sappy