Winter in Whistler

Home to one of the largest ski resorts in North America, attracting approximately 2.1million visitors each year, Whistler has something to offer for just about everybody. Yes that’s right, you don’t have to be an avid skier/snowboarder, or even interested in skiing/snowboarding to have a good time in Whistler. I stayed there for 1week at … Continue reading Winter in Whistler

Viva Las Vegas

I want to begin this post by first admitting that, on the long list of places I want to explore, Las Vegas was never somewhere I imagined myself going. It seems to be that people either absolutely must go and they make it happen, or it simply doesn’t get considered. Having shown Las Vegas the … Continue reading Viva Las Vegas

Late Summer Nectar

As we creep into autumn and the temperatures drop, pollinators begin to prepare for their winter hibernation by building nectar reserves. Many plants will finish flowering in August, but pollinators such as butterflies, hoverflies, bumblebees and honeybees can be active well into November, and may even emerge on a warm Winter’s day. I have put … Continue reading Late Summer Nectar