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This waterfall is breathtaking! It’s even more stunning in the winter when the falls freeze. And once again, we have waterfalls that we are just dying to get to the bottom of. We know it can be done, but how? 


Forest and the Femme is one of the best things that ever happened to me… Being myself with a bit more emotional baggage than the average joe, I love it when I can be a part of something that helps me really “see” and “feel” and “know” myself a bit better.
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The Pitt Marshlands are forever intoxicating to us. There is so much to see and hear! Eagles and songbirds, herons tiptoeing around in the lilies and beavers splashing about at the roots of the reeds. These are great places to explore. We even saw some nesting peregrine falcons! Bring your identification books along to help identify some of the bird species that you see. 

Waterfalls? Yes please!

It’s HOT! Summer is truly and finally here and that sun seems to get closer every year. A great way to cool down is to find rushing water. Especially water that falls from the sky, or at the very least, Sky Pilot Mountain! We tried to find the bottom of the falls but quickly became much too hot lazy to scramble over all of those boulders.

Waterfalls, we know where you are, and we shall find you all!

How to feel like a brand new person in one easy afternoon:

1) Find the coastline.

2) Breathe.


An incredible find on Sandy Cove beach. Eagle feathers are symbols of freedom and strength.

Oh the Adventure!

We LOVE to explore, find the hidden places and sink ourselves deep into them. When you discover secrets like this, you get to feel so free and you can dream about yourself. You can imagine life as different, better, and create new stories for yourself. And that is exactly why we do what we do.

There is something very healing about the blue hue of glacier fed waters. It calms us. When you have this colour soaking in your eyes you can feel it’s effect through your entire body.

What is life? It is the flash of the firefly in the night. It is the breath of the buffalo in the winter time. It is as the little shadow that runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset.
Chief Crowfoot (Isapo-muxika) Blackfoot (1830-1890) 

Look at what we found! These stilt houses are actually miniature versions of the real ones that used to stand in this location. LOVE stumbling upon hidden treasures like this when we are out exploring. And we definitely want our own one of these!

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