I’m pretty much the least qualified person in the entire Sea to Sky corridor to write a column about Wellness. Surrounded by farmers, pro athletes, amateur IRONMEN, raw food gurus, yogis, RMTs, naturalists and other wise folk, I keep bumping hard up against my own ignorance about how the body works, how to feed the … Continue reading Column: Cramming for the Apocalypse
Living with an Ironman-in-training means that we have been going through yogurt like it's going out of fashion! Yogurt in smoothies (pre and post workout) and yogurt with store bought granola for breakfast seemed to be a staple. So, as I was bought a Yogourmet yogurt maker (for cheese-making) this Christmas it was only natural to try my … Continue reading Recipe of the Week: Yogurt and Five-seed Maple Granola
Excited to announce the debut our newest photographer in the Photo of the Week crew - Ruben Guibert. Hi. My name is Ruben Guibert. I was born on May 6 2000. I was born and raised in the Sea to Sky and I love riding my bike with my friends and taking pictures of my … Continue reading Photo of the Week: Ruben Guibert
Arguments in favour of iPhones and social media: When in doubt about what you're seeing, take a photo and post it to instagram or twitter. Some expert will know. And we'll all be the wiser for it. via @docleslie. Thanks Leslie. A red-flowering currant (Ribes sanguinem), one of the first bee-friendly plants of the season. … Continue reading Seasonal Observations: Red Flowering Currant
Lindsay May and I are currently enrolled in the same class. Mother Goose. We're learning nursery rhymes. She said the other day, "I'm used to being really really busy, but I'm trying to be more present than productive at the moment," and thereby reaffirmed her status in my mind as a local wise woman and … Continue reading The Vitality Project: Lindsay May
Very stoked to debut a brand new column on The Wellness Almanac, dedicated to local trail news, contributed by Tracy Napier, a biker, hiker and tool belt wearer who loves maps, dirt, dogs and Pemberton. She'll be contributing a monthly Trails Update here. You can reach her with questions, news, photos or props, at email@example.com. … Continue reading TrailWatch: Riding Season Is Underway, and We Have a New Column Dedicated to It! Updates Galore.
John Tschopp (our bird-watching guru) and "Uncle" Bob Gilmore are currently milling 354 pieces of 6 x 8 purlins for the barn roof. They are doing an awesome job, according to the Timber Framers Guild project lead, Randy Churchill, who posted on the project blog yesterday: Community volunteers are busy sawing 6″ x 8″ purlins … Continue reading [Updated] Volunteer Call-out: Join the Community Barn milling or baking crew, now!