I am very happy to announce, just in time for summer, new music release Reggaeton Summer Nation! It’s fun, tribal and great for dancing. Also the vocals are easy to sing along with. I really enjoyed composing and producing this song. Similar to some Caribbean music styles of Soca and Hip Hop this song has lots of energy that keeps you moving! Please give it a listen.
Listen to Music here:
Summer is the best time to party! Thank you for your support. I am very grateful that you listen to my original music. Also please share with your friends! Let’s make it a Reggaeton Summer Nation celebration!
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I love to hike in Shelly Creek ravine close to my home. It is peaceful and quiet even though there is a major highway and city nearby. A few steps from the concrete city and you are immersed in the deep forest ravine of Shelly Creek. The air is fresh and the ground is soft for a lovely hike in the woods. Go play outside.
Shelly Creek has a large volume of water that flows down to the ocean in the winter. During the summer months the creek disappears underground for most of the summer. Because of this there are only a few areas that pool with enough water for fish habitat.
Many interesting plants and fungi grow in the creek area. Maidenhair ferns (Adiatum aleuticum) are very green and pretty. They are found very close to the creek which would indicate the need for moisture.
Throughout the ravine are remnants of the old mountain bike trails. The above bike jump is situated very high above the ravine. Some of the jumps have been repaired in the last year but they still need some work before they are usable. It would have be great to watch the riders use these jumps and get some air time!
Shelly Creek adventures in nature would be no fun without a canine companion. Russell is always in the creek when the weather is hot or when it is not!
In conclusion I hope you find your little local nature hide away and enjoy the healthy benefits of Mother Nature.
A beautiful fall surfing experience in Pacific Rim National Park.
Celebrating Canada’s 150 birthday all year on the ocean waves.
This is a true nature experience on the edge of the Pacific rainforest.
I hope to make it back here real soon! 🙂
Lots of beach time at Florencia Bay located in the Pacific Rim National Park. The surf is best in the winter months but gentle waves are present in all seasons. Always check the conditions before heading out for a surf session.
Another popular beach to surf at in the National park is at Wickaninnish Beach. The beach is endless and the views are spectacular. You can take a surf lesson here and check out the local visitor center and museum. Life’s a beach!
Surfing at Pacific Rim is an unforgettable experience that will give you many fond memories of the incredible nature and surf. Remember to go play outside and take your friends and family with you!