Another very special one now ☝ With us 🐚🐲💠GBX 1/1 💠🐲🐚 W SIZE 4
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Before today, I had no idea what a high content, mid content or low content wolfdog was...in fact, as much as the name may imply, I really wasn't sure what a wolfdog was exactly...mind you, I just hadn't taken the time to research. Anyways, what I do know, is visiting @yamnuskawdsanct was something I've wanted to do for a while, and today was the day!! My heart was SO full and yet feeling broken as well to know that these beautiful creatures are bred and sold when they are NOT meant to be pets. Thankfully, the wonderful people at this sanctuary are here to take in the wolfdogs when those who buy them, realize they shouldn't have in the first place...today was unforgettable. Educational, informative and eye opening 🐾 I strongly encourage you to make the trip if you're ever out this way. This is the only wolfdog sanctuary in all of Canada. They run purely off donation and with money raised from booking one of these tours ♥️
Everyone hi 👋. The air was filled with cricket noise, as the sun reddened in its descent. The slight breeze across the water as the light died was so sweet I could almost drink it. It was the LAST sunset of the summer. •
I just wrapped up my 3rd Annual Lake Traverse Photography Retreat in Ontario's Algonquin Provincial Park with multiple landscape opportunities and two nights of clear skies for starry night sky photography too.
First day of fall. I’m a summer lover and really do mourn the loss of hot and sunny days, but there are a few merits of the early season that redeem it for me.
How fresh and crisp the morning air is. How it’s finally appropriate to eat as much soup as I want to all year...
A lot of people get excited for the quintessential red maple leaves this season brings, but my favourite fall colour is yellow. The absolute best part of the season is walking in the woods with the sun filtering through a yellow canopy, casting a warm, joyful light onto the forest floor below - a little bit of extra sunshine hanging in there 💛☀️
The nightmare of any serious lifters that want some good leg .
This exercise isn't pretty
Or easy ...
Or un .... No , it stretches out the hell out of your hips, upper back , wrist . It makes you feel the weigth in the most inconvenient way possible .
And I'm not talking of the shitty crossed arm front squat that put your upper back in the most unnatural position ever ..
This one chokes you out , hurt your wrist and brings fear to your knees.
This is the real OG exercise. A proper front squat teached you that you gotta keep pushing in life no matter how choked and strangled you feel . It makes you look up with no room for cheating ( if form us bad the bar is going to fall ) .
This tiny red-spotted newt visiting the forest loft this morning is just a baby (eft). The only species of newt in central and southern Ontario, it will return to water once it reaches maturity at two to three years.
These little creatures can live up to ten years and just like salmon will only return to breed to the water they were born in. Newts are threatened by loss of habitat and pollution – wetland conservation and restoration efforts can help make them a more common sight around Ontario.
🍷GIVEAWAY🍷 Win two (2) Niagara Wine Festival Discovery Passes for the Niagara Grape & Wine Festival! Running September 28-29!
We’ve partnered with @niagarawinefest for this exciting opportunity! Explore Niagara wine country with eight food and wine pairings from 30 participating wineries!
Here’s how to win two (2) Niagara Wine Festival Discovery Passes, valued at $90!
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Win two (2) Niagara Wine Festival Discovery Festival Passes, courtesy of @lifeinthelake and @niagarawinefest. Contestants must be 19+ years of age, to enter. No purchase necessary. Contest opens Monday, September 23rd, 2019, and closes Friday, September 27th, 2019 at 11:59am EST. Contest is open to legal residents of Canada, excluding Quebec. We are asking that private accounts be made public for the duration of this contest, in order to be entered. Winner will be selected on Friday, September 27th, 2019. Winner must adhere to the contest rules in order to have a valid entry. Winner will be notified via the account they used to enter, and must provide a valid email address, in the event of winning this contest, in order to redeem their prize.
GOOGLE SEARCH IT..
Stealing this from @bechristina because it’s genius.
WHAT WOULD YOU WANT A GOOGLE SEARCH TO SAY ABOUT YOU ONE YEAR FROM NOW??
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Now it’s your turn 👇🏼
It’s crazy how powerful this experience can be if you trust the process. Looking back, it’s mind blowing to see where I am at and how I’ve shifted and grown.
Life is a beautiful journey of self discovery and vulnerability.
Trying my best to continue to turn my Walls Into Hurdles everyday.
I can’t stress enough how thankful I am for you all and the endless support you so graciously extend.
I’d love to hear where you will be in a year.
With the fall leaves about to peak in colour soon, it had me thinking about the best places in Ontario to see nature at it’s brightest, and hands down, the #agawacanyon in #saultstemarie made the top of the list. 🍂🍁 One of my earliest memories as a kid was taking the full-day train tour through the canyon in October with my family, and it’s something that I would love to be able to experience again as an adult. Where is your favourite place to see the leaves change in Ontario? Share in the comments! 📸 Photo cred @decembersunshine_
grot·to /ˈɡrädō/ a small picturesque cave.
The views from the famous Grotto in Bruce Peninsula National Park really are the definition of picturesque. Bonus: The fall season is typically a quieter time of year to visit this natural wonder.
📷 @travellingtimecapsule 📍 @BruceGreySimcoe
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