A Perfect Spring Day

Today was the perfect spring day! Glassy, calm waters. Breath taking snow capped mountains back dropped by robin egg blue skies. The morning started with Dals Porpoise swimming around the boat and playing in the bow wake as I warmed up the engines. And the waters just as calm and glassy in Knight Inlet with…

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Is Busyness Taking Control of Your Day? Part 1

“It’s not the kind of cars you drive anymore, it’s how busy you are, how many activities you are in, and the bumperstickers on your car – that shows status.” – Becky De Greeff Society has become a culture of busyness, where the appearance of being busy has become not just a way of life, but…

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WildLife Trees

Over 90 species in British Columbia use wildlife trees for nesting, food, hiding and growing on. Wildlife trees are tress that are dead or dying and are very important to the ecosystem. Check out the video to find out how long it takes for a tree to return to the soil and how to identify…

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