Live your life like the trees. They take the bad and turn it into something good; rich oxygen. They stand tall and strong enduring whatever mother nature throws at them. Some last through all the seasons and can withstand all the elements. Some drop their leaves in the fall when things get tough only to come back just as beautiful and strong in the spring. Between wind and fires and the like, even the greatest of trees fall only to make way for something new to grow from their stumps or the rich soil from their ashes. What I see when I stare in awe at the magnificent trees this province has to offer; endings and beginnings, struggles and triumphs. It kinda puts things into perspective. So take a walk in nature, it's cheaper than therapy 🌲 || 📸 by @melclaire94
🌲🌳Have you hugged a tree today? They will hug you back with love and secret knowledge.🌳🌲🤗💚 Biologists say that trees are social beings. They can count, learn, and remember. They can nurse sick members, warn each other of danger by sending electrical currents across a fungal network and for reasons unknown, keep the ancient stumps of long felled companions alive for centuries by feeding them a sugar solution through their roots. #huggedbytree#treemagic#exploreBC#natureisamazing#socialnetworks
MARKET UPDATE – it has come to our attention that Heritage Hall has booked us for two dates Sunday October 29th and Saturday November 25th. We never planned on organizing two markets this year and so after much consideration we have decided to go ahead with Sunday, October 29th and cancel Saturday, November 25th. Vendors who have already been accepted have first dibs on the new market date. If you're interested in being a vendor with the new date of October 29th please submit your application and you'll be placed on the waitlist. Please keep in mind spots will be tight.