That’s it, that’s all ✌️. Had a blast down here in Chile, but happy to be headed home to catch the last bit of summer 🇨🇦.
Game face bro. Just finished up the riding down here @skicorralco. Feeling healthy, strong and excited for this season 🤘
Man soup featuring the Motley Crüe. Found some hot springs in the middle of the bush after training and it did not disappoint.
Angry Seas but happy campers! A nice little break from the snow this weekend 🤙. Thanks @katrinagerencser for the shots!
It’s been a pretty killer week down here in Chile. Just finished up a big block @elcoloradofare, now it’s time to head to the coast, find some waves and reset before heading to @skicorralco in search of snow.
Putting on the work gloves for a couple weeks of winter down in Chile. See ya later 🇨🇦👋
The look I get when I suggest sushi for dinner vs. Italian. Excited to have this one back in 🇨🇦 in a couple weeks! P- @chrisrobanske
We wear tuxedo shirts because it says we’re formal, but we’re also here to party. Great times down in Oregon with an all star squad 🤘
Headed to @devoand ‘s bachelor party where 🏄 is on the menu. Big thanks to @bengulliver@kylervos for capturing this and making me look like I know what I’m doing 🤙
This past month I’ve been back @questuniversitycanada learning all about bees, specifically the honey bee. For my final project, part of what I did was to take micro photography of different pollinators in Squamish. It was a great experience to say the least. A take homes from this course. Don’t believe vegans when they say they don’t rely on animals for food. We rely on Pollinators for their ecological services for about 1/3 of all our food sources. 85% of that work is done by the honey bee. Due to anthropogenic influences such as pesticide usage, pests and pathogens, as well as land use changes, the honey bee populations are in decline and have more and more trouble rebounding after the winter each year. Do you want to help the bees? Then plant some flowers. There’s an app called Beesmart pollinator garden which geolocates you and suggests native flowers to plant. Also, be wary of where you buy your flowers from. Some companies spray seeds with neonics (pesticides), so ask before you buy! Pic: 1,2. Honeybee. 3. Yellow Jacket . 4. Bumble Bee