Goodbye my friend

At my vets behest, tomorrow first thing, my Willow is going over the rainbow bridge to that great wilderness in the sky, where she can chase balls and raccoons and wallow in mud to her hearts content. I'm sad that I couldn't do more. Goodbye Old Girl. <3

FOR SALE – $69,500 OBO

Informed by the Japanese Wabi-Sabi aesthetic, emphasizing the beauty of nature and organic forms, including their flaws; the materials were predominantly chosen for their patinas, weathering; and their relationship to Galiano island, and it's inhabitants. A character building, imbued with local elements, and patinas, the palette and finishing inside evoke more of the same 'island vibe’ - sun, ocean, forest; not hewn fresh but aged and with some stories to tell!

Supreme Collective: Passion for Compassion!

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 The Supreme Collective website carries the cleanest, purest, medicinal cannabis products I have found, online, anywhere! They work with cannabis 'artists'. People at the very top of their game, producing exquisite cannabis and CBD oils, edibles, concentrates, tinctures, and topicals; as well as premium grade flowers and hash. But it's not just the quality of the products that sets this company apart; it's their ethos, and a true passion for compassion, and their dedication to providing the highest quality products, with the best possible support and customer service that sets them apart.

Bonny day

Today was gorgeous! Willow and I took a slow afternoon stroll to the beach at Studies Bay, went for a paddle, and got our toes wet. It was too irresistible not to!

Deep Midwinter

Here's one of my favourite pics of my little home, taken just a few days ago after the second big snow  storm of three we had in a week. It makes it look so cosy and I love the contrast with the white of the snow against the rusted patina and teal roof.

Snow

Not in the seven years I’ve lived on Galiano, have we had this much snow in one go! Certainly not where I am, which is virtually sea level right in Sturdies Bay. But last night there was 6-8 inches by 7:30pm, so I dug my snow shoes out of storage, and went out.