If you love mountain biking then you’re going to go nuts for fat biking.
Check out our latest blog post where we sat down with @flyingspiritrentals to bring you the inside scoop on fat biking in Squamish. Link in profile!
📷- Claire Kendrick #exploresquamish
The music is playing and the plates are coming out one by one! 🍽
We have Doc Fingers in the lounge tonight showcasing his musical talents while our guests enjoy a beautiful fine dining experience here in Revelstoke. He will be playing in the lounge until tomorrow night so be sure to come visit! 🎹✨ #112Revy⠀
Call to book a reservation at (250) 837-2107 phone 📱 📞
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Sleep tight and snuggle up at the Stoke Hotel. ✨ #KeyToTheStoke⠀
At least once a day we witnessed runners with family near barely able to contain emotions. It would have been a stunning project to have a writer on board to complete the circle and chronicle these stories nation wide. Why was the response to the flame so visceral for so many? The team did great work in gathering what we could but it was overwhelming in scope.
All set up and ready for the Vancouver Motorcycle Show! Opens today at noon!
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Here’s a picture of me casually, but not so casually, pretending @jakealler isn’t taking a picture of me.
We went for a quick walk in our new Surrey neighbourhood and found a trail with a treehouse.
We saw hundreds of birds that flew in a dance.
A sunset that reminded me of rainbow sherbet.
And it was nice.
I almost wish we didn’t take this picture cause then we woulda kept being present and enjoyed each other more.
But, #millenials, right?
So here’s the picture.
But what I see are those dancing birds and ice cream skies and tree house laughing.
(Note to self: phone down and eyes up)
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The labneh+apricot toast, the cardamom tea, the ikat pillows ✨
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Some of you that have been following along with our bears may remember the bear (Buddy) that had her first cub last year.
2017 was the first year we didn't have any sightings of her at all. We did however see her cub a few times (now a yearling) after mom would have sent her off before breeding season which typically takes place in May/June.
When sending their yearlings off to figure out life on their own mother bears will try to give them an area where food is plentiful to make the transition without mom easier. This could explain why there were no sightings, she just moved out of the area to give her cub a good chance on her own. We hope to see mom again in the spring with new cubs. It was wonderful to see her yearling several times throughout the year.... Here are a few clips of this family, my next post you will see how they tie into our bear family with the twins this year....
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Who else feels like retreating to a snowy cabin for the rest of the week?🙋🏼♀️🌲
A wet bald eagle on a foggy morning at an island off the coast of Tofino.
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Fact🌲: Trees are beautiful. They’re also everywhere. Therefore, beauty is everywhere. The end.
Yesterday was the craziest day of backcountry riding that I’ve done yet. The signage in this photo pretty much sums it up. Fresh powder, cliff drops and crashes all day, I’m so sore haha 😆😅. Thanks to @chasedavidson_ for the sneaky iPhone pic I didn’t even know about.
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Swipe to see both photos. Same bear family as my last post, 1st pic is mom in 2016, the 2nd is her yearling cub in fall 2017.
The cub will be 2 years old this month and has a unique chest blaze that looks like wings. We call her Angel.
We saw Angel poke out from the bush and recognized her eyes and chest mark, she was standing at the exact same tree mom took her to fish. For all the trees in the forest that could have taken her to the salmon this bear remembered the precise location she was taught by her mom.
On this day we didn't see her fish, she was looking up the river then ran off and climbed a tree. It all made sense when we saw mama with the twins emerge from the forest and start heading down the river, Angel smelled the bears and knew to run.
We did see Angel another day and she fed on salmon behind the safety of a tree just as her mom taught her.
I hope one day we can watch her teach the same lessons to cubs of her own.
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