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This is Summer: Demoing the @bluwavesup Catalina iSUP touring #paddleboard #sup @bluwavesupacademy Paddler: Grant Kearns. Photo: Ned Morgan

This is Summer: Demoing the @bluwavesup Catalina iSUP touring #paddleboard #sup @bluwavesupacademy Paddler: Grant Kearns. Photo: Ned Morgan

Canada’s wild frontier: Where glaciers and rainforests meet.Kluane National Park, where green mountains meet glaciers

Canada’s wild frontier: Where glaciers and rainforests meet

Canada’s wild frontier: Where glaciers and rainforests meet.Kluane National Park, where green mountains meet glaciers

Morning mist in the Adirondack mountains.

Morning mist in the Adirondack mountains.

The Shipwreck, Tobermory, Ontario, Canada  how about a ship wreck and some treasure.  Now that sounds exciting

The Shipwreck, Tobermory, Ontario, Canada how about a ship wreck and some treasure. Now that sounds exciting

ThermoBall jackets are designed to be as versatile as the experiences you seek outdoors. Ultralight, warm and compressible, they're made to help you get to those places you just have to see to believe.

Women’s glacier ¼ zip

ThermoBall jackets are designed to be as versatile as the experiences you seek outdoors. Ultralight, warm and compressible, they're made to help you get to those places you just have to see to believe.

Scarborough Bluffs - Forming much of the eastern portion of Toronto's waterfront, the Scarborough Bluffs has been described as a "geological wonder" and a unique feature in North America. The bluffs were named after Scarborough, England by Elizabeth Simcoe, the wife of John Graves Simcoe, the first lieutenant governor of Upper Canada. The bluffs run 14 kilometres from the foot of Victoria Park Avenue in the west to the mouth of Highland Creek in the east, reaching as high seventeen storeys.

Scarborough Bluffs - Forming much of the eastern portion of Toronto's waterfront, the Scarborough Bluffs has been described as a "geological wonder" and a unique feature in North America. The bluffs were named after Scarborough, England by Elizabeth Simcoe, the wife of John Graves Simcoe, the first lieutenant governor of Upper Canada. The bluffs run 14 kilometres from the foot of Victoria Park Avenue in the west to the mouth of Highland Creek in the east, reaching as high seventeen storeys.

How to Keep #Kids #Outside (and Unplugged) This #Summer

How to Keep #Kids #Outside (and Unplugged) This #Summer

KEEN snow boots are the warmest boots! Love them! #snoproblem

KEEN snow boots are the warmest boots! Love them! #snoproblem

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