When it's cold and miserable in #yeg , I think of watching warm summer sunsets on top of the Q at Lonsdale Quay to make me feel better 😂 also a great place to take your date to! Perhaps another trip back to Vancouver is in the works...
We are exactly 1 week away from the Walk for Reconciliation!!! Check out what Vancity has to say about it #Repost @vancitycu ・・・
"The Walk for Reconciliation is about honouring Indigenous people, learning and understanding the history, culture and Heritage of their community. It's about building stronger relationships with our neighbours and moving forward yet not forgetting the past, as we walked in the pouring rain in 2013 and listen to the powerful words of the speaker it was quite extraordinary. The importance of belonging and being inclusive is important to every community and walking together side-by-side makes us stronger as a community." - Babs, Vancity Staff. What does reconciliation mean to you? We're coming together on Sept. 24 to share and learn from each other in order to build a better future for Canada. See the link in our bio to register.
Iron Strength is our focused strength and power class at @limitlessvictoria. If you're looking for a way to improve your athleticism, cross-train, or improve your physique, come on down! First class is free.
I can't swim! 🙈
As much as I like being around water, I am really not the strongest swimmer. I can't dive, the thought of putting my head underwater makes me want to faint and I panic if I can't touch the bottom.
Because of that I hold myself back, opt out of any water sports and even get a bit of anxiety on this boat!😐
I know there will be a lot of boat, ferry and water activities in my future, so it's something I need to focus on getting comfortable with!
💦It's a shame I have gone this long without taking full advantage of this lake as my backyard!
👉Anyone out there like me??
👉Any tips for getting over fear of deep water?
THE DARK SIDE — the bark of the tree will often appear noticeably darker on its north than its south side. Handy to know if you’re exploring a dense forest and you have no sense of direction anymore because you decided to go off the trail. I've been trying to power through, “The Lost Art of Reading Nature Signs” by Tristan Gooley, but it’s heavy stuff. I can’t handle more than half a dozen pages a night before info overload happens. By the end of it, Mr. Gooley promises to equip his readers with tools to find your way, predict the weather, locate water, track animals and other forgotten skills. 👣 #beautifulbc