Registration for the extremely popular 2019 SeaWheeze Half Marathon opens this February

Seawheeze Vancouver 2019
Image courtesy of The SeaWheeze™ lululemon Half Marathon

Need some extra motivation to keep in shape this year? The 2019 LuluLemon SeaWheeze Half Marathon will be opening the floodgates for registration this month, and you’re not going to want to miss out on this epic half marathon.

If you’ve never heard of the SeaWheeze before, it’s one of the most beautiful and ridiculously fun half marathons in the world. On August 17, 2019 over 10,000 runners will descend on Vancouver to sweat it out in a weekend of yoga, running, and one heck of an after party!

Registration for the SeaWheeze 2019 Half Marathon is opening months in advance and this year, they’re doing something a bit different to allow for more people to join. If you’re planning on registering for the eighth annual SeaWheeze Half Marathon this August, we’ve detailed all the information you need to know below!

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Registration for the extremely popular 2019 SeaWheeze Half Marathon opens this February

Rock On – Vancouver’s Rock Balancing Artists

Photo: Flickr Mark Klotz

Being an “outdoorsy” type I naturally, pun intended, gravitate to artists who find their inspiration in the great outdoors.  Photographers who capture the magic golden hour light over the North Shore Mountains, visual artists who skillfully paint landscapes and seascapes and musicians who portray the beauty of nature in their work.  Particularly intriguing for me are those artists who implement natural materials in their creations.  Astonishing sculptures made only of driftwood, roots, and burls trigger my imagination.  Gravity defying sculptures made of rock cause me to pause and reflect.  I find this artistic collaboration between man and nature captivating!

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Rock On – Vancouver’s Rock Balancing Artists

Waterfronts: Vancouver’s Seawall Part 1

Stanley Park Seawall

Vancouver is a seaside town through-and-through with north, west, and south boundaries extending to either the Fraser River or Burrard Inlet. Home to Canada’s busiest port and some of the world’s best beaches, existing along the water is a way of life for locals. We get to enjoy diverse wildlife, the hustle and bustle of industry that relies on these flowing thoroughfares, sandy beaches, rocky shores, and incredible sunsets that kiss the sea. With that, I’d like to introduce my latest series: “Inside Vancouver Waterfronts“. Today kicks off the series with a two-part profile of Vancouver’s Seawall.

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Waterfronts: Vancouver’s Seawall Part 1