Before everyone comments on how old these skins are, I would just like to point out that despite their age they have gotten me up many mountains in the past 5 years and therefore they are good enough for me! In pretty much every way I am as far from a gear nerd as you can find. Raining on a hike? Throw on a trash bag (which will also make you look like a turtle for an extra bonus). My ski boots from 8th grade still fit? Cool I’ll use them until I’m 24. Backpack from Goodwill? Don’t mind if I do! Sometimes it’s fun and necessary to have the latest and greatest, but there is something to be said for using your gear to its full potential before upgrading just for cool points. With our environment suffering and so many people in need, it is heart breaking when things go to waste. The reason outdoor gear is so expensive is because it is supposed to last us a long time!
Thank you @jasonrbutler for surprising me last week with a new backcountry set up.❤️ I am so excited to try out all my new gear, but I’ll admit I am a little sad I have to retire my old stuff. RIP cow skins, thank you for all the adventures! Sorry about the dog and cat hair stuck to you. Jason, you’re going to regret the day you ever thought to buy me a walkie-talkie, hence forth I’ll be requesting all my snacks from the other room via radio. “FindingMemo over and out” Mimikvinge.com #livecolorful
For International Mountain Day I thought I would share the most bad ass mountains I have ever seen! They also have the most bad ass name; The Cirque of the Unclimables. This was taken on a 3 hour flight with my grandpa. Most don't venture this far north but if you do you must take a flight over this national park!
This pendant was inspired by looking at Mount Victoria from Lake Louise. The Stoney Nakota First People’s call this lake, Lake of Little Fishes. When I lived in Alberta this place was one of my favourite escape the city weekend trips. From every angle the Valley of 10 Peaks is picture perfect. The Glacial melt and rock flour keep the lake a beautiful and consistent turquoise colour. If you haven’t witnessed the majesty of the Rocky Mountains, you must.
The house smelled like pure sweetness yesterday, while melting down beeswax. .
Whenever we extract honey, we always collect and save the wax cappings to melt down into candles.🕯🕯
Not only are they healthier for you, they are waay better than the normal paraffin wax candles you find in stores or shops. They actually clean the air, eliminate dust, odors and mold and can ease allergy symptoms. Sign me up!!!
Do you burn beeswax candles in your house. 🐝
Going into a planning phase for any project, we always make sure to follow through with it. There will be adjustment made during the time of the build. 😁👍🏼
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