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This is a thread for anyone venturing the infamous migration from Ontario to British Columbia this upcoming spring/summer of 2017. (Every type of travel)

I noticed there hasn't been a recent post in the Canadian section and decided to update a thread so anyone traveling in the area can meet / post must see locations or just simply pictures of our beautiful Canada.

Thank-you Enjoy!!




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This is a thread for anyone venturing the infamous migration from Ontario to British Columbia this upcoming spring/summer of 2017. (Every type of travel)

I noticed there hasn't been a recent post in the Canadian section and decided to update a thread so anyone traveling in the area can meet / post must see locations or just simply pictures of our beautiful Canada.

Thank-you Enjoy!!




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I will be travelling from Ontario to BC this spring as well! I will message you so we can talk :)


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time to change your surroundings bloosugar!, lots of great ride shares to bc, but if you have the money i would recommend a shaman ceremony with iowasca to help addiction. get a plane ticket to south america grab a napsack and just make the leap youll never regret it, and often times a drastic change in lifestyle etc will take you away from any bad habits
 
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time to change your surroundings bloosugar!, lots of great ride shares to bc, but if you have the money i would recommend a shaman ceremony with iowasca to help addiction. get a plane ticket to south america grab a napsack and just make the leap youll never regret it, and often times a drastic change in lifestyle etc will take you away from any bad habits
Yea, I am severe broke man, been living in a house for about ten years now after hitching and ridin the rails for ten years, ten years out ten years in, now I got that itch again,was trying to get my mom to pay for an ibogaine treatment but they're broke too so no go there, I agree though that a psychedelic experience can change a persons mind drastically even rewrite behaviour patterns that are many years old, now if only I knew where to score, whatever, I think im stuck till im off this poison juice, but good luck to you, and maybe I'll see you out there in a few years, good luck hombre!!
 

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I hope your doing better now friend.I feel you.Im stuck in fuck downtown/Culver City,LA and my life has become pure hell being in bondage to these liquid/chemical handcuffs(methadone).I dont know if Ill ever be able to come off this shit its so difficult and now the bitches that administer my methadone cop attitudes with me and one time the whole clinic ganged up on me because I stood up to them for not allowing me to have access to water(a water dispenser jug thing thats there next to the line that I tried to refill my water bottle at)(you know how sheeple will automaticly take the side of whoever is in power/authority).I fuckin hate this place and peoples' conciousness in LA/the world right now is really fucking arrogant and offensive and a living nightmare for empathic counterculturalists who wear their hearts on their sleeves like me.I wish I was rich so I could go to an ibogaine clinic in Tijuana.
 

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Yeah the brutal bonds of being chained to whatever pharmacy you have to deal with is awful... Yeah I can relate to the feeling of wondering if my life will ever be without it... I tried going cold turkey after a four day weekend that I missed picking up my carries and if it were only the body aches I could most likely do that but the cravings then the depression... I couldn't handle it :/ ... But I hope that before too long we both can leave the vile tasting poison behind.





I know someone may comment 'Well you could just get off it' My response is... If I could JUST do anything I would love to, if I could 'just' simple as that leave it behind. That would most definitely make my doggy day :) Haha (P.S : I'm not trying to be confrontational or mean by this. In case that's how it's coming across.)
 

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