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Insights West recently released data from a poll on the treatment of animals. The headline result was that 88% of respondents were against trophy hunting – hopefully a wake up call to the government which still supports it. However, the … Continue reading
Our friend Laura hosted a vegetarian, potluck brunch for her birthday. Emily and I made vegan “eggs benedict” using a recipe from Keepin’ It Kind. They were really good. The only changes we made to the recipe were using a … Continue reading
Seattle has some great vegetarian restaurants. Last weekend we had the chance to try a few new ones and I was really impressed by Sutra. They offer a 5-course fixed meals for $40 with a menu that changes every 2 … Continue reading
I love the Amtrak Cascades line. It’s hands down the best way to travel from Vancouver to Seattle. You have beautiful views of the ocean, no border waits (you pre-clear customs in Vancouver), the seats are roomy, and there’s free … Continue reading
Strava is an awesome web app that helps runners and cyclists track their training performance and compare it with friends. I use it to log all my runs and occasionally my bike rides. They’ve taken the GPS data from the … Continue reading
I hope this weather sticks around until Halloween. It’s creepy but beautiful. by Filmshooter43 by jlee903180 by colink Lots more pictures on Flickr.
Dates: July 6, 2008 and October 14, 2013 Location: West Vancouver (map) Description: Cypress Falls is a great spot to get lost in the woods. Towering cedar and fir trees reach for the sky and Cypress Creek rumbles along the … Continue reading
We celebrated Thanksgiving this year with good friends and a delicious vegan feast. The menu: Large zucchini dressed up like a bird, stuffed with cranberry, apricot, and pecan wild rice pilaf (Oh She Glows) Green salad with apples, toasted hazelnuts, … Continue reading
I’m feeling a bit of garden envy looking at pictures of my Mom’s garden in Manitoba. Although harvesting all of those vegetables is a lot of work, never mind figuring out what to do with them. My mom’s been cranking … Continue reading
Giving thanks for another successful growing season on our rooftop garden.