Christmas orders heading out the door! A gorgeous band of Lake Huron favosite (honeycomb coral) laminated onto black feldspar with a purple flash. The inner band is sterling silver with a 925 hallmark. All handmade with pride in our shop in Downtown Rochester! Someone has a lucky husband.
So much ❤️for all the support.
We’ve had an amazing time sharing this adventure with everyone. Thanks to a wonderful night @nmdresden and @519eventspromo we have a large order to go in tonight. This we’ll be our final will be order to be ready before Christmas then we all need to take a couple of weeks to focus on family time. If you’d like In in it please be sure to shop five-eau.ca before 4pm today or DM us to order ❤️ We can’t wait to see everyone in their Five-Eau they unwrap at Christmas.
We have some BIG news we can’t wait to share in the new year!
#Antartica#Earthquake#tsunami "The #GreatLakes would EMPTY into the Gulf of #Mexico linked with a time when ancient repositories would be discovered as people reached the Appropriate level of Consciousness.
The three repositories mentioned are #Egypt , the #Bimini area, and the Yucatan.
After activities by Mt Vesuvius, Mt. Pelee, the southern coast of #California . Portions of the New York, or #NYC itself, will DISAPPEAR as well as the southern portions of Carolina, #Georgia." Edgar Cayce
Here are the words of the #Christ on WHERE the #earthquakes will be. This is taken from the Muhammad Speaks 1/12/1973 "BEWARE. There will be MANY other earthquakes.
They will happen ANYWHERE -- ILLINOIS and in other states, cities and towns-- NOT California alone.
For #Allah ( #MasterFardMuhammad )) Intends to Drive the people from that area.
If it Pleases Allah (God) He Will Drive EVERY LIVING THING OUT of California and push them BACK toward CENTER of the country.
ALLAH (God) Will DO THE East coast the SAME WAY,
according to the teachings and prophesy of the Holy Quran.
He will Cast them between a narrow place and they will confess that they are beaten and driven by calamities." Please send donations to either $DOOMALERT or paypal.me/doomalert
An ideal winter day in Marquette consists of........
What is your ideal winter day when visiting, living or thinking about Marquette? Does it consist of Fat tiring? Surfing? Polar plunge?
If you need someone to capture your cold weather moments/event in the area, DM me or send a postcard. Where’s your Sunday taking you? Tag someone you wanna visit Marquette with #ezmoments
I was made aware of this book by a good friend and outdoor adventurer, when do some research about the extirpation of Lake Ontario’s Atlantic Salmon a year ago. This book ended up being a comprehensive look at what was the rise and fall of the commercial fisheries on each and every Great Lake. There’s not been much of my life where I wasn’t living within a very short drive of Lake Ontario, and the history of the fisheries there are nothing short of fascinating. I don’t think a lot of anglers realize what was lost, or the story of how they gradually became test tube aquariums for introduced and invasive species. #omnivoreculture .
We love camping so much we opened a campground... haha
Though we can't deny that it can be a stressful event, especially when you add children into the mix!
That's why at the Kal-Haven Outpost we've added an ever-expanding playground with beach volleyball, geometric dome for climbing on, the ever-popular swings and playhouse, teeter toter, bike trails galore and so much more! Not to mention our weekly Saturday events we have all camping season, such as water fights, with squirt guns, hundreds of water balloons, multiple multi-lane slip n slides, sprinklers, kiddie pools, water-limbo, or craft days where we offer free tie-dyeing, gift, and trinket making for kids to make Mom & Dad...etc
Or better yet, ditch the kids, rent a couples cabin and treat yourselves to a quiet weekend of fun, campfires, and romance!
We won't tell the kids how much fun you had without them if you don't... ;-) haha
Nicolaus Copernicus (/koʊˈpɜːrnɪkəs, kə-/;[Polish: Mikołaj Kopernik; German: Nikolaus Kopernikus; Niklas Koppernigk; 19 February 1473 – 24 May 1543) was a Renaissance-era polymath who formulated a model of the universe that placed the Sun 🌞 rather than Earth 🌎 at the center of the universe
Copernicus was born and died in Royal Prussia, a region that had been part of the Kingdom of Poland since 1466. A polyglot and polymath, he obtained a doctorate in canon law and was also a mathematician, astronomer, physician, classics scholar, translator, governor, diplomat, and economist. In 1517 he derived the quantity theory of money—a key concept in monetary economics—and in 1519 he formulated an economic principle that later came to be called Gresham's law.
The Toronto skyline, as seen from Polson Pier after the lights go down and the city comes to life. I thought this shot would make for a nice desaturated, noir kind of look.
One thing that I really enjoy about photography is it offers the chance to network with other fellow photographers. I am thankful to have met a few new friends and look forward to another trip back to this beautiful city.
The history of skyscrapers in Toronto began in 1894 with the construction of the Beard Building, which is often regarded to as the first skyscraper in the city. Toronto went through its first building boom in the late 1920s and early 1930s, during which the number of high-rise buildings in the city vastly increased.
The tallest structure in Toronto is the CN Tower, which rises 1,814 ft. The CN Tower was the tallest free-standing structure on land from 1975 until 2007. The tallest habitable building in the city is First Canadian Place, which rises 978 ft. in Toronto's Financial District and was completed in 1975. “Yesterday and tomorrow cross and mix on the skyline. The two are lost in a purple haze. One forgets, one waits.” – Carl Sandburg
This is my dog Lily. Recently when Lily and I were on a walk I noticed a neighbor who was walking a dog with a stick. He was using the stick to pick up trash. So I decided to get my own stick. I usually pick up trash when I can, but to be honest living in the city I’m not always comfortable using my bare hands. So here we are, Lily and me, with trash from an 6 block walk. Most of it plastic, not biodegradable and some we found halfway down the sewer grate.
22 million pounds of plastic enter the Great Lakes each year; 50% of which pours into Lake Michigan 😩 (source: @rittigers).
That is CRAZY. Some of this plastic breaks into microplastics which is eaten by wildlife and some ends up in our drinking water. This is really untenable for the future of humanity.👈
Let’s leave the earth better than we found it! 😊 And if you are looking for organized beach clean up dates @alliance4greatlakes is a great resource!
Today I am 34. When I look back I tend to remember long ago and very recent, but with a lot of blank spaces in between. Getting older, it seems to me, has been a shift away and then back to myself. I’ve experienced enough to sometimes be cynical, but to also recognize the other side. The magic of getting older. Unbridled optimism and idealism show up a little less, but empathy shows up more. So does capability. Respect for myself. Confidence in my actions.
I know more about what I don’t know now — it’s very freeing. I know that 34 is actually still very young. That I’m still quite naive. That I will come back and read this one day with a laugh and a smile. Appreciating the boldness and cringing at the cluelessness. I still have so much to learn. But the remarkable thing that has accompanied more trips around the sun is this: I’m okay with it. Okay with knowing and not knowing. Okay with the grey areas. Okay leaving room for the unknown.
All of this while standing firmly in what I do know — that in order to feel alive I must surround myself with life. In nature and in my classroom, but even when I am alone. Because just like the tallest redwood or the tiniest grain of sand, I have a story. I can feel my heart beating with theirs. We’ve been here. We’ve survived. We are alive.
I can’t wait to see what this year holds.