We’d love to offer you all mega bargains, but as a small independent trader this type of promotion just isn’t viable for us. We hope you’ll understand 🙏🏻 Please keep supporting all your local tiny businesses, wherever you may be because we are all so grateful you do. Thankfully, there are a variety of fantastic independent shops still out there! #shopsmall#ryderandhope
HAPPY THANKSGIVING!! We’re heading to the beach to walk off the food coma with our daily get up: a basket and a pareo. You just never know when you’re gonna need either one ☺︎ And now you can get them both for 20% off online using code THANKS2017!
C O M I N G S O O N // ☀️🍍🍹🎶
Get excited for the Scarborough Sunset Markets starting from December 14!
Every Thursday from 5:00-10:00pm there will be food, music, the sunset and arts and craft for families! Lock it in your diaries!
Check out @scarborough_sunset_markets for more info!
She was a storm wrapped in a nice skin, looking to be felt and understood in a world that loved sunny days.. 🌪
c a m p a i g n / @oceansdesireshop
m e r m a i d / @vikituks
c a p t u r e d / by me @oceans_desire
Happy thanksgiving everyone! I’m thankful for so many things including my friends, family, and all the gifts God has blessed me with. If you had to say one thing you were most thankful for, what would it be? 👇
My beautiful family — I’m so grateful for happy and healthy parents, siblings, children, nieces and nephews - nothing could make my heart fuller......I absolutely love the holiday season - a season of sharing love and blessings 💖💖💖
Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours! The table is set and we couldn’t have dreamed of a more beautiful backdrop of white sand, brilliant blue sea, dolphins swimming, and Monarchs fluttering by. Grateful for this abundant life and all its beauty, love and laughter. #happythanksgiving#thanksgiving2017#thanksgivingtable
Grey whales (Eschrichtius robustus) are found inshore and in offshore waters. They can grow up to 15m long & can weigh up to 30k kilos! Their skin is covered with whale lice & a species of whale barnacle that exists only on grey whales. 🐋
Nuučaańuł Knowledge: nuučaańuł people commonly hunted grey whales. Special parts of the whale, like their teeth, were given as gifts, to a whaling shrine or other whalers.
This image & facts comes from the Ocean Knowledge Cards, which link scientific descriptions of local marine organisms with their importance as Indigenous foods & remedies. Produced in collaboration with The Nuu-chah-nulth Tribal Council and Uu-a-thluk (Taking Care Of).