You are compostible.

Originally posted at Rogue Ant. Poems are everywhere, even on this take-out cup from our favorite “ski coffee” stop, Galileo Coffee, located on the beautiful Sea to Sky Highway en route to Whistler Blackcomb. We drove by Galileo for years before we finally decided to pull off the highway and try them out. Now it’s a must …

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Ski birds at Whistler

Why is this bird on top of a ski pole? Did she fly up from Disneyland? Has she been trained to entertain skiers while they queue for the lift? Does she want to be a Twitter star? I made her one. The answer, of course, is simply that she's hungry. But that made the encounter no less magical …

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Repeat Our Trip: Thanksgiving in Vancouver

In search of a non-traditional holiday, we found it across the border last year in beautiful and bustling Vancouver, British Columbia. Canadians celebrate a Thanksgiving similar to the U.S. holiday, but in October. That meant we arrived in the city on an ordinary Wednesday of an ordinary work week, and we didn’t pay premium holiday …

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Blue bird days at Sun Peaks

I thought it was an April Fool's joke. When our clock radio clicked on this morning I heard the news announcer say it was snowing in the mountain pass that's less than an hour from our home. Really? Snowing on April 1? In a year where our local ski resort was open (and only partially open at that) …

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