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Two Brothers, Two Batches

What lead the two of us to getting into home brewing? Unemployment and a love for beer obviously!

Thanks to Dan’s Homebrewing Supplies we got our gear and our first recipe and we were off to the races. 391 more words


New hotpot restaurants have been opening up all over the Lower Mainland but Nabebugyo serves a Japanese version of the popular dish. They offer up traditional broths such as Sukiyaki or Shabu Shabu alongside more eclectic options such as Thai coconut soup, kimchi and even tomato curry pots. 309 more words


52 Week Challenge - Week 11

I’m getting a little behind in posting my weekly photos, but rest assured, I’m still creating one each week. This past week was my first chance to test my new Formatt-Hitec 100mm filters (an attempt to standardize my filters across different lenses). 55 more words



Since probably mid-elementary school, I’ve been shy. My teachers described me that way then, and generally, I would describe myself that way now, though I’ve managed to enter the adult world semi-successfully at this point. 804 more words

mermaid cards and tags

Last year Michaels came out with cute mermaid stuff and I had to pick up the stickers and stamps. Mermaids seem to be even more “on trend” currently than they were when I got them! 141 more words

Greeting Cards

What to do on the weekend?

Now that it’s raining more than ever, know that we’ll still have each other. You can stand under my umbrella, you can stand under my umbrella (ella, ella, eh, eh, eh)… 388 more words


Within 75 years, Vancouver's waterfront homes 'will probably be starting to flood': report

“Basically, if you live near the waterfront, within 75 years or so, your homes will probably be starting to flood.”

That’s the warning from Christianne Wilhelmson of the Georgia Strait Alliance, a marine conservation organization that has just released a  364 more words