Living among the boreal forest up in North Canada. It snows here but the summers are nice. I love riding mountain bikes, playing clawhammer banjo, making and steaming up pro lattes and brewed coffee. I'm currently studying business and I love playing softball and hockey.
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Waking Giant Coffee Shop

Went to a local coffee shop while biking round my neighbourhood. The barista was so quiet and shy. I would have been like to a customer, “hi there how’s it going ouuuuuu I love your hat my guinea pigs have a hat like that anyways what’s your drink what can I can make ya”. I was like what kind of biscotti is this and he literally didn’t say anything. Poor dude must have anxiety or something. Tipped him 4 bucks. My stupid starbucks doesn’t allow the baristas to be tipped at all what a crock I’d make so many tips.

Got my ass kicked by an old man, in cycling. I was biking home from the college and I joined this old dude on his road bike and he noticed me biking behind him and he picked up the pace, crazily like a horse legged man. To be fair though he was on a carbon fibre road bike and I was on my hardtail mountain bike. Haha

humansofnewyork:

"She’s our only child. She started college in Michigan this year. I took this photo on the day that I dropped her off at school. The morning I left, I walked into her dorm room, and saw a bundle under the covers. I said: ‘Sweetie, do you want to say bye to your dad?’ Then I saw that the bundle was shaking. I pulled back the covers, and her eyes were filled with tears. My heart was melting when I left. These days I stay at the office as long as possible, because my wife works late, and I don’t want to be at home with no one there."
(Hanoi, Vietnam)

humansofnewyork:

"She’s our only child. She started college in Michigan this year. I took this photo on the day that I dropped her off at school. The morning I left, I walked into her dorm room, and saw a bundle under the covers. I said: ‘Sweetie, do you want to say bye to your dad?’ Then I saw that the bundle was shaking. I pulled back the covers, and her eyes were filled with tears. My heart was melting when I left. These days I stay at the office as long as possible, because my wife works late, and I don’t want to be at home with no one there."

(Hanoi, Vietnam)