German Wind & Flour Mills

Posted on 28th July 2012 in adventure, architecture, explored

During my time I spent up in Schleswig-Holstein, in the Northern part of Germany, I was lucky enough to be there during the one day of the year when the local farmers who have a windmill or a flourmill open them up to visitors, kind of like a field day.

I was also lucky enough to be with some extraordinary people who were interested in showing me them, and touring me around. We managed to get to three, and afterwards we went to an old heritage village, and when I say heritage it’s not like North America heritage, it’s European heritage, which means about 500 years old.

I explored the windmills.

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An Early Fall Wandering

Posted on 10th October 2011 in nature, wandering

So, it’s early fall here in Vancouver, which means things are just starting to turn, but not much yet. Flowers are dying because it’s getting colder, and blue skies are becoming rare-er. So, Yesterday was a blue sky day, so I went a wandering:

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Mt. Fromme, Vancouver Hike

Posted on 3rd June 2011 in adventure, nature

Mt. Fromme is one of my favorite places to hike in Vancouver, North Vancouver to be exact. As you can see, the place is littered with downhill bike features for some crazy biking adventures.

I love the feeling of the woods in Vancouver, the needle covered forest floors and the moss everywhere, and the roots.. Yehp, love it.

The only thing I’m annoyed at myself is for not remembering the architects name (seen at the end), but I believe it was Ryan, or David. If you know him, please let me know. Also, if you bike these trails frequently, and do these features with ease, please contact me so I can come out with you and take some fotographs of you doing your stuff!

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