It’s so good to be back in ol’ swimmin hole. It wouldn’t be summer without my daily dip in the pool. Photo:@ericbergerphoto
It only seemed appropriate to a pop a 3 of the triple decker. Did I land it? No, but @ericbergerphoto caught a nice photo regardless of. In fact, I crashed twice on this run. You don’t know until you go. @blackcrows_skis
Florida or BC? We felt as though a crocodile could be swimming around these waters. This was my first time exploring the tributaries of the Squamish Estuary and I’ll definitely spend lots more time playing around these grass lands and waterways this summer.
Does it stink in here? Yes. Does it matter? No. This wood fired tent has provided many good times for the crew. It’s a place to hang with buds, create laughter, dry out stinky gear, listen to tunes, and find warmth amongst the outdoor elements. Whether in the backcountry or in a parking lot, when we’re all inside it feels like home. @athleticbrewing photo:@ericbergerphoto
I’m so pumped that the Stawamus Chief amongst a few other park areas are re-opening! This is definitely one of my favourite places to get some exercise and enjoy the views of the Howe Sound and Coast Range. Photo:@ericbergerphoto
This afternoon at 4pm PST I’ll be doing an online apres with @protectourwinterscanada and @chrisrubens about the process and adventures that come along with driving our trucks which are fuelled by used deep frying oil from local restaurants. I’ve owned my truck since 2006 and in 2010 I started running my truck on bio fuel that I made from waste veggie oil. In 2012 I converted my truck to run on straight veggie oil and drove the 5000 km Alaska and back for its maiden veggie oil voyage. Needless to say, there’s been a lot of learning along the way. I hope you can join us at 4 today!