The time is here! We are leaving on the third leg of the journey: Walking the Dempster to Tuktoyaktuk.
We don’t know how far our make shift carts will get us, but we will persevere . We had to pack less than what we hoped to make it all fit. #FingersCrossed
You can all make wagers in the comments as to how many miles that StroLee and B.B. will make it and a special prize will go to the closest guess!
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Getting to Sulphur Mountain, Upper Hot Springs, and more in Banff is now easier than ever. @roam_transit routes 1 and 2 are now running more frequently, making your car-free transit even more seamless this summer.
Aaaannnndddd we’re back!
Had a week or two of life and then a handful of weeks in beautiful Canada
Trip was to catch up with an old friend and got up to:
[x] Farm life with friendly goats, dogs, ducks and hens.
[x] Alpine day hikes above the clouds with nervous loud talking Australians (shoo bears)
[x] Days spent lazing on the water on an island after my first downhill biking experience that didn’t end up in death
[x] Some of the most beautiful lakes and colours I’ve ever seen
[x] Hiking to an alpine cabin and then summiting the surrounding mountains that were named after lord of the rings characters. Near one of the rocky summits fell through the snow up to my waist and couldn’t get out (thanks Adam for the save) which isn’t my fondest memory
[x] Getting served at a bar by an extremely intoxicated 50 yr old bartender at 4pm on a Thursday.
[x] Seeing more active bushfires from the highway into Vancouver then I’ve seen in my entire life in Australia.
[x] Got some of the best footage I’ve ever got!
What a bloody good few weeks with to many good people to name and I’m more grateful then you know for it all! Onto the next
Happy #worldphotographyday ! Slowly getting back from a creative rut and this haze/smoke ain't helping. Anyone else miss the blue skies and thicc clouds? S/O to the friends that helped me out switching up my editing style a bit. I've been thinking about shooting/editing in a way that the shots will feel more timeless instead of going with a specific Instagram theme which end up looking over processed and forced at times.
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Find a new adventure along the scenic route with one of our pre-planned road trips! Discover places you've never seen and do things you've never done. From hiking to incredible views, to seeing iconic film locations!
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“God has set within you a femininity that is powerful and tender, fierce and alluring.”
~John and Stasi Eldredge
My time in remote wilderness reinforces who I am. Out here, beneath an expansive blue sky, beside a Great Lake so vast it resembles a sea, where no road exists for a hundred kilometres or more, I commune with the Universe. I know that I am powerful beyond belief because I am connected to Source Energy. I enjoy being a woman, even though my arms, back, and abdomen are physically strong, muscular and toned from months of paddling. I feel feminine. I like the curves of my body. I like being soft-spoken with the creatures I meet, sending blessings and greetings in a gentle voice or being in their presence in silence. By being fierce, I dig into my inner strength and resilience. I rise daily when others are comfortable and warm in their beds, to face the unknown in predawn darkness and chill, secure in faith that my day will unfold as it is meant to, that my intuition is honed and acutely spot-on. I know that I flow to my own inner rhythm. I know that I am uniquely myself and I know that by being authentically true to myself, I feel a radiance emanating from my soul. I know it’s ok to spend time alone, being myself, immersed in nature. Perhaps to some, I’m an anomaly. In a previous time, it mattered to me what others thought of me but the more I know myself, love myself and am myself, the less it matters what others think and believe about me. My inner truth is indisputable and the same is true for all of us. Now that I live my inner truth, life is so much more alluring. This I know! May God bless you every day in every way! For four days I didn’t see anyone or communicate with anyone. Today, I reconnected.