Our last board of directors for Community Arts Council at Studio 2880 was last night and we all received some generous gifts...from the new members @karenheathman the birdy mug ( Karen does pottery and graphics) and Michelle ( massage therapist) choclates and a dang cute card with "dashhounds" running thru the snow! Thanks to all who sit on boards to make our arts world a better place for all to enjoy .
One year ago today, we made Northern Baseball Training public. This is something we had been talking about doing for years and finally took the leap and made it happen. This past year has been amazing and we are overwhelmed with all of the support. We have had over 125 camp registrations, over 20 kids for group lessons, plus multiple one on one private hitting lessons. We can’t wait to see what the future holds for us. We will continue to grow, learn, and get better as a company and as coaches. We set high goals for ourselves and for everyone who trains with us. We are excited for 2019 and we have some big plans so stay tuned! Thank you to everyone who has been a part of this #ChangingTheBaseballCultureinPG#MoldingStuds#InvestInyourself#HappyAnniversary -Doug, Chris, Brandon
Amnesty International - defender of Human Rights. Held its Letter Writing Campaign yearly event yesterday Dec 10th - Human Riggts Day. Did anyone else attend one and if so where was it held? I am always in awe and near disbelief, of the injustices committed around the world against men and women and d children.Thank God there are people witnessing with their precious lives for us to learn and support them back so taking the time to bring attention and sending words of support is the very least we can do.
When you go exploring and your husband asks if you have your camera with you... As a girl who takes her camera everywhere, of course I had it with me 🙋🏼♀️ -
An hour later we get to the trailhead and I realized my battery was completely dead 😂
So here’s an iPhone shot of this beautiful little spot!
Can’t wait to go back with my camera charged up to get some better shots
This December weather has me oddly wishing for the weather we had in November.
I can't wait to photograph these two beautiful people on their wedding day this coming year!
The Fraser River walking bridge located in Quesnel BC.
It was built in 1929 and was used for single lane traffic and livestock until 1971 when it became the "walking bridge".
This bridge is pretty historic if I do say so myself! It's said to be the longest Howe Truss span bridge in British Columbia.