Tuesday Ramblings

WTF Matrix?

I have brassy hair (this sounds like the beginning of a 12 step program - "Hello everyone. My name is Robin, and I have brassy hair!" I Love getting my hair highlighted, but as we all know, red tones wash out super fast and you're left with brassy orange, which is not cool. Last week,… Continue reading WTF Matrix?

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Tuesday Ramblings

The 12 Steps of Crowlife Anonymous

  Because Crowlife recovery is a lifelong process, there’s no wrong way to approach the 12 Steps as the participant tries to figure out what works best for their individual needs. In fact, most participants find that they will need to revisit some steps or even tackle more than one of the steps at a… Continue reading The 12 Steps of Crowlife Anonymous

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Kelowna Wine Tour 2017

Let's start off with a little history about the 2016 drunkfest...I mean, the 2016 highly-sophisticated, high-class Naramata wine tour. This was the first wine tour experience for my husband and I. We had so much fucking fun that this is now an annual “thing” for us. My cousin and her friends invited us to join… Continue reading Kelowna Wine Tour 2017

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Off the Grid Organic Winery

  “Off the Grid Winery takes pride not only in their history, but in their future. The winery owners are from a long line of farmers who have lived and worked their land for over a hundred years. As BC’s first “off the grid” winery, they have an exclusive experience to offer. From solar panels… Continue reading Off the Grid Organic Winery

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Indigenous World Winery

Robert Louie and his wife Bernice are Okanagan Syilx descendants. Louie was Chief for the Westbank First Nation Council from 1986 through 1996 and from 2002 through 2016. Robert and Bernice are passionate about Indigenous culture, history and lands while creating high quality wines. Indigenous World Winery opened it's doors May 29, 2016. According to Robert… Continue reading Indigenous World Winery

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Grizzli

Grizzli Winery in Kelowna, B.C. is located on Boucherie Mountain in West Kelowna B.C. Boucherie Mountain is a remnant of a former stratovolcano created nearly 60 million years ago and the mineral content of the soil contributes to the production of quality growing conditions for Kelowna’s wine industry. Boucherie Mountain is not only home to… Continue reading Grizzli