Looking Through My Lens…Vancouver & Greater Vancouver Beauty


February 18th 2015

Alouette Lake, Golden Ears Provincial Park, BC

I have a friend from New York visiting me here in BC.  We actually flew back together after my amazing 2015 Winter X Country ride.  Should really rename my last trip to Spring Like Ride. 😉 Anyway, I am back to BC and for this week playing tourist.  Soaking all the beauty my area has with my friend.

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I brought back sunny and warm weather after leaving New York on February 15th with Continue reading “Looking Through My Lens…Vancouver & Greater Vancouver Beauty”

The Wild Within: British Columbia, Canada


Published on Nov 4, 2014

British Columbia is the kingdom of abundance. Where glaciated mountains stand over an unruly Pacific. Rainforests wrap cities. Nature shapes culture. The wild breathing life back into the wild within. http://wildwithin.ca

How big is British Columbia?


SOURCE: BCRobyn

How big is British Columbia?

It’s big.

Vast.

Bigger than most US states, bigger than most countries.

This Canadian province is so huge that most people who live there rarely see it all. It’s so vast that you’d need well over a month to properly explore it all.

Technically BC is 944,735 km2 (364,764 sq mi), but this means nothing if you have no basis for comparison.

Even comparing BC’s area to the area of somewhere else means very little, until you visualize it… so I figured, what the heck! Let’s visualize these comparisons using MAPfrappe*.

Here’s British Columbia, outlined by yours truly.

BCMap Continue reading “How big is British Columbia?”

‘It Gets Better’: RCMP Video Features LGBT Officers


‘It Gets Better’: RCMP Video Features LGBT Officers.

Please watch and share…this project was near and dear to Cheryl’s heart and she is in it too!  This is a first for the RCMP and we want to show worldwide support.

 

Even if this video reaches just one KID….that would be amazing!

Initiative Project: Raising Awareness of BC Transplants


This is where Leslie works now.  BC Transplant. 

After two months of intensive training with another 6 more to go at least.  Whenever I may have a doubt as to why I took this incredible yet stressful job something like this video comes across my computer and I am reminded why I am devoting myself to organ donation. Not a top notch quality video but it’s the thought that counts!

Music: How To Save a Life – Grey’s Anatomy Cast

For my English class I had to do this project which has now become VERY near and dear to my heart. Thank you to Tyler Smith and BC Transplants.

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