A gift in a broken ankle.
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1y ago
Never did I think breaking my ankle would be a gift. But here we are - two and a half months later - and I'm loving every single minute of my life. Being a nurse is pretty neat, but loving what you do and creating your own opportunities is also really, really cool. This week I accepted my 8th social media/content creation account into my client group. I planned a photoshoot with two photographers and four models (and two dogs) for an incredible new business, completed the copywriting, and worked to create a brand new opportunity for Manitobans for said business. Every single one of these oppor ..read more
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Preparing yourself and your dog for trail adventures:
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2y ago
Any questions? Want us to add anything? Shoot us an email to hello@hikemanitoba.co ..read more
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Backcountry Pooping Like a Pro
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2y ago
The cover up. Pack out your toilet paper in the ziplok bag. If this is not an option, do your best to limit the amount of toilet paper you use, and bury it in the cat hole. Cover that cat hole and carry on. for trowels and any other outdoor gear you might need to pack your Poo Kit ..read more
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Hike MB Ambassador Search
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3y ago
Please submit your application to no later than August 7, 2021 @ noon. Applications should include ..read more
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LNT: Plan Ahead + Prepare
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3y ago
These are small things that became big problems. Proper planning lends to a more enjoyable experience. It also reduces emergency resource consumption. Win/win ..read more
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My most sincere thanks // welcome
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3y ago
I am so thankful to each of you for believing in me. For supporting this little project of mine. For allowing your weekends to be derailed with “I found a sketchy write-up from 2003 of a hike I haven’t done yet… wanna check it out this weekend?” Not once did anyone roll an eye or decline the invite. Each of you are the most wonderful for allowing me to do this little thing and I am so filled with gratitude ..read more
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“It would be neat to write a trail guide.”
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3y ago
I’m so excited to share this trail guide with you. The stories I’ve heard suggest that people know the most popular trails [Hunt Lake, Pine Point, McGillivray Falls, and Spirit Sands] but aren’t always sure where to hike next. The guide is hopefully an answer to that ..read more
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How I fell in love with hiking
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3y ago
I still go to the woods to find myself. I do my best thinking when I’m trudging along, one foot in front of the other. The wilderness asks nothing of me but gives everything of itself ..read more
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WINTER EDITION LAUNCH DATE
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3y ago
I’m beside myself with delight that I pulled this all together. Pre-sale is October 16 with launch on November 1 ..read more
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In your own backyard
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3y ago
If you’re looking for something new or some neat adventure, she’s easy enough to find in Manitoba. Send a message to jaime@hikemanitoba.co or DM the instagram for suggestions. I’d be delighted to help where I can ..read more
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