The days are getting longer and I no longer drive to and from work in the pitch black. It’s nice to see the shapes of the mountains and trees while I’m starting and ending my day. With the reappearing daylight and spring-ish conditions I’m started to get excited for the next 7 months! Here are 10 things that I’m looking forward to:
1. Riding my bike and discovering new trails (will begin this weekend).
2. Riding my bike/working out before work. My schedule will change and I will start at 8am instead of 7am.
3. CAMPING! Shayne and I are going to try and camp every weekend, when we don’t have plans.
4. Pemberton Music Festival. Nothing beats rocking out in my own backyard.
5. Planting our garden!
6. Fishing. I only fished once last year and I really enjoy it (and my rod is pink).
7. Taking my first trip to Tofino for a wedding in September (pic below from Ucluelet.ca).
8. Swimming and floating in the awesome lakes around here.
9. Going on a wine tour.
10. TURNING 30.
What are you looking forward to this spring and summer?
This Saturday Danielle and I hiked from One Mile Lake to Narin Falls Campground. My trainer wanted me to walk hills and this was hills! Basically, we were on a side of the mountain and although I had to catch my breath a few times, it was awesome. Next time maybe I’ll walk all the way to the falls?
I’m getting excited to bring out my bike (any day now) but in the meantime I’m adventuring around town by foot. I’ve been looping One Mile Lake (#64) and watching the lake defrost. So, I’m on the hunt for new trails. I thought I knew where the Valley Loop was (#55) but I ended up on some really muddy single track trail….which wasn’t the loop. That is okay because I saw a bald eagle!
I also walked around Collins Road, this weekend! There are some pretty spectacular views of Mt. Currie out there.
So, this weekend I’ll be walking the Narin Trail (#65) and I’ll have to attempt the Valley Loop again. How can I not be out there strollin’ in this fantastic weather?
Oh yah, with the help of Sylvie, I’ll begin biking these trails, too (well, the green and blue ones).
While central and eastern Canada are in a deep freeze, we are blessed with 5 above and sunshine. Shayne bought be a sexy orchid and I spent the day hiking around the trails here. I saw an eagle and got really muddy!
Today’s post is a shameless self promotion for the workshop I’m leading at the Whistler Chamber of Commerce on February 23 from 2-5pm. You all know that I’m great at creating/joining conversations and that I love to talk. I also know what to say and when (that would be the “PR” in me). I noticed that a common struggle for brands is not knowing what to say on social media and not knowing how to create a strategy to help “create conversations.” So, during this workshop I’m helping the attendees create a social media tactical plan, create a detailed content posting schedule and walk away with a month worth of quality content.
In Whistler or can come to Whistler for the afternoon on the 23rd of Feb.? I’d love to hang out with you and help you strengthen your online brand!
Today marks my “very merry unbirthday” or half birthday…..it’s exactly 6 months until the big three-oh and I spent the day outside. With highs in Pemberton reaching 10 degrees, and the sun making an appearance, I took over 10,000 steps around town. I basically walked around One Mile Lake in both the morning and afternoon and took some pictures. Enjoy!
A 3 hour drive, 1.5 hour ferry and 45 minute drive is what it takes to get to Victoria. Hanging with the Sarahs made the 24 hour trip worth it. We went on our own lounge crawl and had delicious drinks and seafood! Pagliacci’s is a must visit….trust me! Big Bad John’s is also a place everyone needs to experience.
Here are some moments (I didn’t snap many pics):