Life is too short to worry about it
Here is an idea, Last week our child went to a birthday party in a Gym. What a great idea. They had a ball. The Ice Personal Training Gym has a great idea.
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1 hour in our private lounge
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Gardeners hand helper 4/7/2014
For all of the people who work with their hands, we have a great combination. The Gardener's pumice soap is packed full of ingredients to help remove dirt, paint, grease and grim.
The Gardener`s Hand cream can help with dry skin, cracks, rashes, and bug bites.
We have added Neem oil, along with cocoa butter and shea butter. Neem oil is an excellent moisturizer, high in Vitamin E, rich in emollients and fatty acids, soothing dry, cracked or otherwise stressed and damaged skin. Unlike petroleum based moisturizers, Neem oil actually restores the skin's natural elasticity.
Tea Tree Oil (also known as Melaleuca) is a natural antibacterial disinfectant that was commonly used as a general antiseptic by the aboriginal tribes of Australia for thousands of years. More recently, the scientific community has confirmed that Tea Tree Oil has tremendous medicinal benefits. It is a light yellow oil that has a scent similar to nutmeg, and it is produced by steaming tea tree leaves and then squeezing the oils out.
Add these great ingredients to soap and then add pumice powder and you have a great soap. It will clean dirty hands and help soften the skin. 100 % olive makes a hard and long lasting bar.
Our very popular Gardener's tea tree cream!
I dropped my car off this morning and thought I would bike home. Approximately 15 km on according blackberry maps. What I did not realize, is the terrain. It is all up hill from down town to the Highlands . The great thing about the landscape is that it is paved and beautiful. There are very few steep up hill climbs and places to stop for a break. The intersection heading into Colwood is a little confusing. I was not sure whether to turn right on the #1 or go straight into Colwood.
I took the #1 and headed up a gravel path that took me right to Thetis lake. 40 minutes from down and I was at Thetis lake. Nice... If it was warm enough I would have jumped in. I decided to take Thestis lake to our neighborhood which meant that I had to break some no biking rules and the terrain is pure mountain bike territory but it is was fun. 60 minutes and I was home. It usually take about 15 minutes with no traffic and 35 min. to 40 min. during the Colwood crawl, if driving.
Now I know why this trail is world famous. A great way to commute anytime.