We've added survey and questionnaire responses to my website so you can see them all there. We will continue to post the new ones as they are sent off: https://kevinoreillyframelake.ca/resources/ #nwt#nwtpoli#election2019
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talk about Northern hospitality! My luggage didn’t make it to Yellowknife with me, but I really wanted to try out @martha.ckw’s spin class, so she lent me her gym shirt and let me sweat right through it 😅! Had a great workout - good to work my legs during this trip up north since I’m missing roller derby practice. #spinclass#yzf#yellowknife#fitwomen#spinning#fitness#nwt
0 11 hour ago
What's stew with you? (I apologize, that was wrong of me)
I found these vintage Levi's that still had a tag! They did have a small dirt spot on the leg but I decided to list as is with the tags on instead of trying to wash. What would you have done!? I can't wait to send these off to their new home.
2 164 hours ago
A few spots open this Monday! Send me a message or use the Mind Body app to snag one!
Johnny Landry spent his early years living the traditional life of the Dehghaot’ine on the shores of the Dehcho (Mackenzie River) and Tu Nedhe (Great Slave Lake). When he was 6 years old, his family moved into Zhahti Kue (Fort Providence). There Johnny heard the traditional old time fiddle music and popular country music of that time. In 1966, he went to Breynat Hall in Thebacha (Fort Smith) where he thrived in the abundant local music scene. In the early 1980s, Johnny began writing his own music, fusing the ancestral Dehghaot’ine tea dance songs with the popular music he plays. He is most well known for penning the anthem “Hina Na Ho Hine (Celebration)”, later re-written and recorded by NU artist, Susan Aglukark. For decades now, John has been actively writing and performing his music in the Dene Zhatié language.
Have you submitted your nominations for the NWTRPA Board of Directors? We are now accepting nominations for President, Beaufort Delta Regional Director, Dehcho Regional Director, Yellowknife Regional Director, and Director-at-Large. Nominations are due by 5:00pm on October 8, 2019. Link in bio.
SHEEP DOWN!!!! A lifelong dream of mine has been accomplished and I could not be more proud of this ram! This was by far the hardest thing I’ve ever done in my entire life, but at the same time the most rewarding. The first spot we hunted was a tough go with the bow, rams wouldn’t cooperate and ended up getting moved on day 4 to a different mountain range. Day 6 the rams were in a perfect spot and we made our move, 150 yards out I felt the wind hit the back of my neck and the rams blew out of the basin, we weren’t sure we would ever see them again or if I would leave NWT with a ram. Morale was down and hunting got tough but put our heads down and were able to find them again. The last 30 minutes of light on day 7 we got to 450 yards of this bruiser and we couldn’t get any closer. I decided to grab the rifle and take him. With 1.5 days left that likely was my last chance to be able to come home with a ram. Whether you walk 100 yards or 100 miles, kill with a gun or bow, if your a sheep hunter my hat is off to you and you have my utmost respect. Truly a mental and physical challenge beyond what I ever could’ve imagined. So blessed beyond my wildest dreams to have had this opportunity. Looking forward to getting home and back to civilization and to see my girl @kelli_kunkle!! She was my rock on this trip and biggest supporter who could always put a smile on my face when hunting got tough. I’m blessed to have her in my life as she always pushes me to chase my dreams, especially this one! This trip was the experience of a lifetime and it’s something I’ll remember for the rest of my life. Until next time NWT ✌️
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"I saw a band in LA and the band was having an off night and some people starting throwing tomatoes at the band. I thought 'Who would throw a tomato at a band?' That's bad. But then I thought 'Who would bring a tomato to a show?' That's even worse."
- Mitch Hedberg