Public Mobile – Less for Less
Feb02

Public Mobile – Less for Less

FREE iPhone 11, FREE $200 gift card and FREE washboard ABS. Just sign here! But before you do – realize it’s a LIE. There is no way you’re gonna get washboard ABS. I wrote a post last year covering a few ways to save big $$$ on your cell phone bill À la carte or Buffet – The $20 Cell Phone Plan. At the time $20/month was the cheapest way to get it all – voice – data and text messaging. But that was LY and now...

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Ice Cave – Bragg Creek Kananaskis – Hiking With Kids
Jan12

Ice Cave – Bragg Creek Kananaskis – Hiking With Kids

Moose Mountian Ice Cave, INGs Mine Ice Cave, Canyon Creek Ice Cave, Bragg Creek Ice Cave, Kananaskis – THE ICE CAVE – from what I can tell it’s all the same place. But I’ve been known to be wrong. The Ice Cave is located on Hwy 66 just past Bragg Creek. You can park at ING’s mine day-use area in Kananaskis Country, Alberta, Canada. Access to the Ice caves was officially closed in the early 2000s due to...

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The Greatest Invention in Human History – Compound Interest
Nov27

The Greatest Invention in Human History – Compound Interest

Albert Einstein said, “The most powerful force in the universe is compound interest” or was that Socrates? Anyway, don’t believe everything you read on the internet. Compound interest may not be the most powerful force in the universe but it’s the secret sauce to wealth accumulation. Simply, let your money go out and make you more money. I get it – right now it’s hard to find a savings account that...

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Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area – Hiking With Kids
Nov11

Ann & Sandy Cross Conservation Area – Hiking With Kids

Oh! The good ol’ Canadian Prairie – If your dog runs away you can watch it go for three days before it’s actually lost and the Mosquitoes are so big that they might as well be the provincial bird. Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Mantiboa with its capital city often referred to as Winterpeg. Not much to look forward to right? Maybe that might be the case for the outer flatlands, but I have a hard time lumping Alberta in...

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Forgetmenot Ridge – Hiking With Kids – Kananaskis
Aug31

Forgetmenot Ridge – Hiking With Kids – Kananaskis

If you’re in Calgary and you want to get to one of the most beautiful areas in the world, Kananaskis is just 45 minutes away. Bonus – There is no park pass required to visit Bragg Creek and the Elbow River Valley. You’ll find hundreds of kilometers of trails for hiking with your kids, horseback riding, cycling, cross country skiing, and off-roading. There is a lifetime of hikes in Kananaskis alone. Panoramic vistas of the Rocky...

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RunBet – The kick in the ass that you probably need.
Aug28

RunBet – The kick in the ass that you probably need.

I’m too weak, my breakfast was too big. It’s raining outside. I’m too fat, I’m too thin. It’s too hot. I have a headache. I would love to really, but I just can’t. My favorite show is on. I have a bad case of the Mondays, the Tuesdays, the Wednesdays. After new years I will start. I get too sweaty. I feel bloated. It’s too hard. I bruise easily. It’s too dark. It’s too cold....

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Fintry Falls – Hiking With Kids – Kelowna
Aug11

Fintry Falls – Hiking With Kids – Kelowna

Fintry Provincial Park, also known as Fintry Estate, is a provincial park located in the town of Fintry and just about smack in the middle between Vernon and Kelowna. The Fintry area has a very interesting history – People once called it the garden of Eden among other things. If you are a history buff click here to read more. With over 2 km of waterfront access to the beautiful Okanagan lake. There is plenty of...

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Rainy Creek Summit – Hiking With Kids – Kananaskis
Jul05

Rainy Creek Summit – Hiking With Kids – Kananaskis

Someone stole my car! Which is unlikely considering it has the ultimate anti-theft device installed – the stick shift. But no joke my car was stolen in beautiful Kananaskis country – at least that’s what I thought. Let me explain: The Rainy Creek summit trailhead is located just off Hwy 66, around two kilometers before the little elbow parking lot, the starting point for Nihahi Creek and Nihahi Ridge. Rainy Creek is...

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