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All posts by Hannah Jones

A folded grey t-shirt with a blue and white design that reads "Kool 107.3 Oak Bay half" beside a marathon number bib that reads "Oak Bay half 654"

Oak Bay half marathon: Feeling the burn and reconnecting with friends

These legs are feeling it after the Oak Bay half and riding all over the Okanogan with coach and Arbutus’

A wooden mask on a raw wooden pedestal. It is a Coast Salish design, with black, white, grey/blue, and red detailing. There is fur on the top and back of the head, and the snout extends 1-2 feet forward.

Stunning masks and prints at the Legacy Gallery

This stunning wolf mask leaves me speechless. There’s a few days left to see the exhibit downtown at Legacy Art

Mike and Sandy smile for a selfie photo. They both wear sunglasses and Human Powered Racing t-shirts. The background is a sandy beach with mountains not far across the water.

Training in beautiful Penticton

Great day of training in Penticton with Mike and Sandy!  

A macro shot of a light pink wild rose, with a darker pink bud out of focus in the foreground. Beyond the rose bush is the glass wall of a building, reflecting trees and a cloudy sky.

UVic is blooming beautifully

The roses on campus are looking beautiful as ever!

Photo from behind of someone swinging a bat, with the ball flying out of frame. Other people are visible in the fore- and background wearing baseball gloves. It's a sunny day with green grass and a clear blue sky.

Throwback to this home run for community sports

I love to see folks in community playing sports. Home run! Summertime softball is the best! – Ocean River Sports

A photo from ground level of a pair of shoes and bare feet on grey sand. The person's pants are bright blue, matching the clear sky and water visible in the background.

Summer joy checklist

Shoes off — Check. Hot sand — Check. Ten deep belly breaths — Check. Joy — Check. Need those belly

Max stands smiling and relaxed, holding a white rugby ball in both hands. He wears an orange Adidas jersey, standing in front of lush dark green grass.

Cheering for this guy, and for youth sports!

Here’s a throwback to Tuesday when Veronica was cheering on her son Max’s team, grade 4 Willows School, against St. Michaels

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