Living in auto-pilot till I get back to you 🌎🛩 no cap
9 1329 hours ago
Despite the smoke Banff was truly one of the most breathtaking places I have ever been. Can’t wait until we can come back and see it in all of it’s beautiful glory! ✨
15 181an hour ago
The beauty of Banff 💙
17 179an hour ago
Does anyone else get super nervous when they have to travel somewhere (I feel like this is a rhetorical question because I can’t be the only one)
Sometimes I feel like I love the idea of travelling more than actually doing it. Now, I love visiting new places, having new experiences and LOVE when I’m actually there- BUT the stress and work it takes to get to that point is almost too much for me. I’m always thinking about the “what-if’s” and get super weary leaving my animals or my family. I always think somethings going to happen and I’m going to be too far away to help.
Ahhhhh, anyways I only bring this up because I fly out to Toronto tomorrow with my sister and Mitchell keeps asking me if I’m excited and I have been answering with “I’ll start being excited when I’m home and safe” LOL ✈️ 🌍 🗺
Also, don’t even get me started on the actual flying part... #toronto#jdoestoronto#travel#airplane#explore#fly#beautifulbc#mexico#torontoontario#canada#travelcanada
Последний известный аттракцион Атлантики, на который мы заехали уже по пути обратно в Оттаву – Магнитный холм. Так называемый «антигравитационный холм» представляет собой небольшую гору, на которой не действуют законы гравитации – подъезжаешь к его основанию и убираешь ногу с педалей, а машина при этом сама забирается в гору 😄 По сути это все оптическая иллюзия, существующая благодаря особой геометрии местности. Кому интересно – погуглите этот феномен (Андрей в детстве именно про этот канадский холм даже передачу смотрел по телевизору 😃), а кому прям очень интересно испытать на себе – гоу в Нью Брансвик 😉
I just don’t wanna look back and think “ I should’ve eaten that ”
3 1444 minutes ago
В выходные так хорошо ничего не планировать, никуда не бежать, а прыгнуть в лодку, оставив ворох дел на берегу и мчатся по волнам, навстречу приключениям. Это такое удовольствие, ощущать капельки соленой воды на лице, тёплое прикосновение солнца и ветер в волосах! вперёд и только вперёд! ⛵️🌊🌤 а как проводите выходные вы?😉 #summertime#sailing#boatlife#summer#explorebc#explorecanada#beautifulbc
Up the hill from the harbour in downtown Dartmouth is a simple grey home whose history surprised me. It was built in 1785 and belonged to the cooper (barrel maker) in a Quaker whaling community. I had no idea there was a Quaker community in Nova Scotia and found the history so interesting. The Quakers came up from Nantucket as a result of the economic upheaval from the American Revolution. Not only did they bring their impressive work ethic and whaling skills, but they brought the frames for their homes (meaning that the frame of this house is actually older than 1785). Within a decade of moving to Nova Scotia the community was prospering and the British government wanted to benefit from their economic prosperity so they provided incentives to entice the Quakers to settle in Wales. Some of the group did go to Wales, some returned to Nantucket at that time, but some remained in Dartmouth. The community was known for their hard work and honest dealings and continued to prosper. The house is decorated simply with earth-toned paint and fabrics. Quakers were abolitionists and would not use cotton or fabric dyes produced by slaves (like reds and blues) so all the fabrics they used were homemade and all the dyes were from natural materials they could source themselves such as goldenrod and onion skins. This was a house with hidden nooks and crannies and narrow stairs, with creaky floorboards and faded painted murals in the hallways, and with simple wooden fireplace surrounds and natural (almost modern) colours painted on the window trim and doors. In other words, it was charming.
Was such a pleasure to play in this beautiful town today. Feeling infinitely blessed, as always.
2 30an hour ago
Made my way to whistler for the day! The views weren’t as good as normal because there’s something like 600 fires right now. So there’s a lot of smoke covering everything like fog.
Happy National Photography day! ☺️🌅💫
One of the things i enjoy the most is for sure capturing beautiful moments and then be able to share them with people like you!! 🙏
Hope that you are having a wonderful night so far! Life is for sure a real blessing 🌞 Sending love your way 💛
My Fall Equinox Yoga Retreat in Golden B.C is happening in just about a month! 🍃🍂
This retreat is about reflection of the colourful expressions of ourselves from spring and summer and harvesting what was good. Releasing what we don’t need to take us into the cooler months of fall and winter for the inward journey.
All accommodations are included as well as:
•Yoga & Meditation classes
•Fall Equinox Ceremony
• @shecollective1 Ritual boxes as well for each guest.
The investment for this retreat is $600 for Friday evening to Sunday, September 21-23.
I would love to see you there. Message me or comment to chat about you coming! (Or tag your friend you really think should join you....)
Today is National Photo Day apparently, so here are a collection of some of my favorite photos from the past 2 months! I’ve been working a lot more on my photography since moving to Jasper, and I am still learning a lot, but at least now I am much more proud of my work!! Thanks for all the continued support everyone! ❤️ These were shot with a #Canon Rebel T6i with a 24-105mm lens for the first three, a 50mm for the second, and a 10-18mm for the last one :)