Mindblown: a blog about philosophy.
Grain Free Charcoal Dog Biscuits
When Suki was younger she was super picky. The local pet store used to just hold their container of treats out to her so she could look through and choose which treat she wanted. More often than not she’d choose a charcoal biscuit. It wasn’t until recently that I thought about making my own though.…
Our Tour of the Butchart Gardens
As promised last week, here’s my other favourite shots from our trip to the Butchart Gardens. These little birds were everywhere, and they all stopped to yell at Suki. One of the first areas you explore is the sunken garden. There’s a dancing fountain. You have to keep your eyes out for little hidden gems…
Happy Birthday, Suki
Oh man, another birthday post. On Saturday Suki hit the big eleven. The onety one. Normally I would say I can’t believe it’s already been another year, but this time it actually feels like a long time. We’ve done so much the past year, and I hope to do even more during this next one.…
Taking Dogs to the Butchart Gardens?
Outside of North America most first-world countries are pretty dog-friendly. Or as I like to say: Why can’t we take our dogs to restaurants like the civilized people do? Victoria had a very strong feeling of British-ness, and I got the impression that the city really tries to embrace the dog-friendliness to the extent that…
The Surprise at the Top of Mount Doug
On my birthday we hiked Mount Douglas, although it seems like most locals refer to it as Mount Doug. It’s a bit like a bigger version of our Soames Hill: Not particularly long, but the view at the top is fantastic. That isn’t the surprise though. The trail starts out like a nice nature…
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