Tuesday, October 30, 2012


Blog post by Tina Winterlik © 2012
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Made this a few years ago when I was just learning to make videos and I used Animoto. It's actually very "nightmarish" because it repeats here and there because I wasn't very good at editing. It's really FUN too!

 It was a super cool event at Stanley Park and I am so happy we were able to go.  


Alice in Nightmare Land- Stanley Park, BC, Canada
Be sure to watch full screen!

Message of Hope 2012 & Loma de Meditation/Point

Blog post by Tina Winterlik © 2012
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Here's two videos that I think we need to watch, one is very interesting and will really get you thinking, the other is very calming and will help you meditate. Peace and blessings to all. Have a peaceful day. Prayers for everyone affected by Hurricane Sandy. Sending lots of love and positive thoughts and energy your way.

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Meditation Point Shambhala Zipolite Oaxaca Mexico

Monday, October 29, 2012

Prep for Hurricane Sandy. May the angels watch over you!

Blog post by Tina Winterlik © 2012
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It's definitely mind boggling to see how big this storm is. May the angels watch over you and keep you all safe. I have an aunt in New Jersey and I'm praying that her family and home will be fine. Here's some video and some info to help prepare you and keep you safe. We are saying lots of prayers for everyone and everything to stay safe.

Last night the power in Zipolite went out for about an hour. The whole town was black. Luckily I have a Survival candle- I bought it before Angel was born and it's come on every journey I have made and I always know where it is. It's cool, it lasts 36 and has 3 little candles in one and actually gives off quite a bit of heat. I got it at 3 Vets in Vancouver many moons ago but works great. I also have two hand chargeable flashlights and two lighters, so we were fine.  At first I panicked and thought "Oh no!" but I was more prepared than I thought. While we waited for the lights to come back on we made orange juice by  hand. 

*Note about the candles- we were very careful to set them on the tile floor in the middle of the room away from everything. A battery lantern is safer.

Once your all prepared and in a safe place, don't forget to meditate. See video "Message of Hope 2012" bottom of this page. http://tinawinterlik.blogspot.mx/2012/10/go-away-sandy.html  It will take your mind of things, make you think and help calm you.

With heavy rain, strong winds and the potential for heavy snow in some areas, and the dangers of flooding and power-outages that come with them, there are ways to prepare yourself, your home and your neighbourhood for Sandy's arrival. These steps will get you ready to face even the worst-case scenario.
Before the storm:
  • Make sure you have ample drinking water. Fill pots, tubs or jugs with water from your tap, or buy bottled water
  • Make sure you have plenty of food that does not require refrigeration and that can be safely eaten without cooking it
  • Assemble a basic emergency kit
  • Check that flashlights and other battery-operated devices (such as a radio) have fresh batteries
  • Have cash on-hand, as bank machines and interac will not be working in a blackout
  • Make sure your vehicle has a full tank of gas
  • If you live in a house:
    • Tie down or remove loose items from your lawn and yard that may be blown around by the strong winds
    • Clear leaves and debris from your rain gutters, to help your home's built-in defenses keep it safe from water damage
    • Rake the leaves from your yard, and clear any leaves and debris from street gutters in front of your property, to keep rainwater drainage systems as clear as possible
    • If possible, cut down any dead branches or trees around your house, to reduce the chance of damage to your home or power-outages due to downed power lines
  • If you live in an apartment building:
    • Be aware that winds at the top of a high-rise building can be significantly stronger than winds on the ground
    • Bring any items from your balcony inside, or tie them down to prevent them from being blow around.
During the storm:
  • Stay indoors as much as possible
  • Stay alert for warnings
  • Watch out for your neighbours, so that you may help them in an emergency; we are all safer when we are all looking out for one another
  • If you live in an apartment building, use the elevator as little as possible, as you never know when the power may go out
  • If the power do goes out:
    • Do not use candles for light as they may cause a fire
    • Turn off all electronics and appliances
    • Turn off all lights except one — so that you will know when the power comes back on
    • Food in the refrigerator will last for roughly 24 hours (about six hours for dairy products), and food in the freezer will last for 24 hours if it is partially full, or up to 48 hours if it is completely full; each time you open the refrigerator or freezer door, this time will be reduced
    • Manage your food and water supplies, but do not ration water — drink when you are thirsty to avoid dehydration.
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If you absolutely must go out during the storm, use the utmost care possible.
  • Watch out for flying debris and downed power lines
  • Do not walk or drive through standing water, as the water may be far deeper than it looks, and any underlying current in the water may pull you or your vehicle along with it. Find an alternative route
  • If there are absolutely no reasonable alternatives but to use a flooded road, try to stick to the highest part of the road (and thus the most shallow water) and if you are driving, be aware of the following hazards:
    • The road may collapse or be washed away due to the water, or the combined weight of the water and your vehicle
    • As little as 10 cm of water can seriously affect the maneuverability of the average car, and deeper water may potentially cause your vehicle to stall, cause your wheels to lose contact with the road, or both
    • Driving too quickly will cause a surge of water in front of your vehicle that could increase the potential of stalling or losing contact with the road
    • Driving past oncoming traffic, even slowly, may cause a similar surge of water, with similar consequences
    • If your vehicle does stall, restarting it immediately could cause irreparable damage to your engine
    • If your vehicle does become stranded in high water, you will need to abandon it immediately for higher ground or if you cannot do so safely, risk restarting it to escape the rising water
    • If your vehicle's wheels do lose contact with the ground, it could be carried along in the current
    • Once you are safely out of the water, your brakes will be wet and thus will not be as effective. Slowly depressing them several times will help them to dry out.
With heavy snow possible in some areas of central Ontario, further preparations may be needed (such as putting aside more food and water, and possibly having a generator to supply power for heating), as any power-outages experienced in those areas may take longer for emergency crews to repair.
More information on being prepared can be found at the Government of Canada's website.
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Saturday, October 27, 2012

Tsunami Warning for Langara Island and Sitka Alaska

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CANCELLED: Tsunami NOTICES for areas of coastal B.C.; Oct. 28, 2012 (3:22AM)

A small tsunami, below 30 cm, has been detected in south-east Alaska. Tsunami warnings remain in effect for coastal BC, from north tip of Vancouver Island to Cape Decision, SE of Sitka Alaska.


A tsunami Warning is now in effect which includes the coastal areas of British Columbia and Alaska from the north tip of Vancouver Island, British Columbia to Cape Decision, Alaska (85 miles SE of Sitka). - Event details: Preliminary magnitude 7.1 (Mwp) earthquake / Lat: 52.863, Lon: -131.942 at 2012-10-28T03:04:11Z Tsunami warnings mean that a tsunami with significant widespread inundation is expected, or occurring. Warnings indicate that widespread dangerous coastal flooding accompanied by powerful currents is possible and may continue for several hours after the initial wave arrival.

Estimated arrival times and wave heights

Show all 26 locations
Langara Island, British Columbia9:16 PM GMT-07 (38 minutes ago)
Sitka, Alaska8:42 PM GMT-08 (12 minutes ago)

Email From Leadnow Team
Emergency Info BC has just issued a Tsunami warning for the North Coast, Haida Gwaii & Central Coast, as an earthquake hit off the BC coast South of Sandspit. There is no warning currently for North Vancouver Island. http://www.emergencyinfobc.gov.bc.ca/2012/10/tsunami-warning-issued-for-community-date-time.html

If you're in the affected region, here is what Emergency Info BC is saying:

"A Tsunami Warning means that a tsunami is expected and imminent in low-lying coastal areas. People in these areas must move inland or to higher ground IMMEDIATELY. Do not return until directed to do so by local emergency officials. A tsunami is a series of waves and the first wave is not usually the largest and could last several hours.

Stay tuned to local radio stations and listen for instructions from emergency officials."



You may want to call or txt friends in the area who might not have heard.

Our thoughts are with any friends or family you have in the area.

Matthew & Jamie on behalf of the Leadnow team

Go Away Hurricane Sandy!!

Blog post by Tina Winterlik © 2012
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Wow! Really sounds scary, praying everyon is safe.
Eastern U.S Braces for Hurricane Sandy
The mayor of New York City ordered the mandatory evacuation of hundreds of thousands of residents as Hurricane Sandy roars towards the east coast of the U.S. and parts of Canada, bringing punishing winds, heavy rainfall and storm surges.

Forecasters said that because of giant waves and high tides made worse by a full moon, the metropolitan area of about 20 million people, could get hit with a 3.4-meter wall of water.

He also pleaded for neighbourliness: "In times like this, one of the things that Americans do is we pull together and we help out one another And so, there may be elderly populations in your area. Check on your neighbour, check on your friend. Make sure that they are prepared. If we do, then we're going to get through this storm just fine."
Read More Here

Sunday Morning update October 28/2012
From the NHC- National Hurricane Center



Saying prayers for everyone in Hurricane Sandy's path and all the people who have suffered her wrath.
I'm in Mexico I haven't been following it to much, but just found out my aunt's house is right in her path. Please God and all you angels protect everyone and everything in her path.

Prayer for Hurricanes
In the name of the all- powerful Creator
I invoke you, great Angel Zamiel,
As the Angel of Hurricanes,
To calm the fury of this terrible storm.
May you divert it from it's path from the most vulnerable places
to blow itself out where few can come to harm
I honor and thank you for hearing my prayer
In the name of the Almighty.



Once your in a safe place perhaps you could meditate and we can all collectly meditate to push Sandy away. We CAN do this! Please stay safe and stay positive. It's going to be okay!

Friday, October 26, 2012

Washington state to vote on legalizing marijuana

Blog post by Tina Winterlik © 2012
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This is an interesting story, I can't write to much, I hurt my wrist the other day, but I wanted to share this as I hope people start talking about it.

‘B.C. bud’ in trouble? Washington state to vote on legalizing marijuana

Who would have thought that Americans would be more progressive than Canadians about marijuana use?
Well, it seems that in some states, at least, they are. Read more here

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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Kill us all, then bury us here’:

Blog post by Tina Winterlik © 2012
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My hand is sore, but I saw this in my Facebook, it's so horrible and sad I have to share this, so I can help in the only way I can.


Read story at this link


 A group of Brazilian Indians who endured violence and death to return to their land have made a dramatic appeal to the government after learning that they face eviction once more

We want to die and be buried with our ancestors right here, so we ask the government and the justice system not to order our eviction, but to order our collective death and our burial here. We ask, once and for all, for our slaughter to be ordered, and for tractors to dig a big hole for our bodies. 

‘We have decided, all together, not to leave here, dead or alive.’

Guarani anthropologist Tonico Benites said, ‘Guarani suicide is happening and increasing as a result of the delay in identifying and demarcating our ancestral land’.

Survival is calling for the Guarani to be allowed to stay on their land, and for all Guarani territories to be demarcated urgently, before more lives are lost. 

Read Full Story here


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This not the easiest blogpost to write, I hurt my wrist the other day, typing is very slow and difficult as I'm wearing a brace, and it hurts if I turn it the wrong way but I wanted to GIVE A BIG SHOUT OUT TO VANCOUVER, NELSON & ALL OF BC- WAY TO GO!!

So proud to see so many people coming together to STOP THE PIPELINE & SAVE OUR COAST!
http://defendourcoast.ca/news/   http://defendourcoast.ca/actions/  http://defendourcoast.ca/oct22/

How it ever got to this amazes me. What are Harper and Christy Clark thinking? GREED!! When are people going start really looking for alternatives to oil. Don't they see what's happened in the Amazon.


Anyways my arm is too sore to write much more. Just wanted show my support even though I'm in Mexico right now, we are there with you in SPIRIT!!!

STOP THE PIPELINE- Tina Winterlik   © 2012

STOP THE PIPELINE-Tina Winterlik   © 2012

SAVE OUR COAST- Tina Winterlik   © 2012
STOP THE PIPELINE- Tina Winterlik   © 2012

 NO TANKERS - Tina Winterlik   © 2012
"I'm only one. But I'm one of thousands."

BC stands up against tar sands pipelines and tankers. www.defendourcoast.ca

Facebook :https://www.facebook.com/DefendOurCoast

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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Vigilantism & Suicide & A Message of Hope!

Blog post by Tina Winterlik © 2012
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Even though I'm in Mexico I've been following the Amanda Todd story. It's shocking and heart-breaking and it makes a person angry and frustrated and saddened. Why?  

Why is the question? 
Why did that have to happen?
Why couldn't people back her up and support her before all this happened?
Why is it such a big deal for a girl to show her breasts?

Men show themselves, but our culture is still so in the dark ages. Even though women have the right to show themselves in public Canada, they don't because to the stigma and staring that goes with it.

Let's face it most men in the U.S. and Canada can not handle it. They are raised this way. It's the parents and society's fault. Indigeonous mother's in Africa and Brazil do not have this issue.

Mexican mom's breastfeed all the time and no one bats an eye.

But men in Canada and the U.S. you have some big issues. 

From what  I read, was that this poor child of just 12, exploring sexuality, alone, normal...(but abnormal because nowadays computers are involved). made a mistake that 100's and thousands of other kids are making.

But it didn't stop there, she was then bullied for it, as well as stocked.

Why are girls and women so judgemental? Why are teenage girls so vicious to one another? Why are so many children dying from bullying?

Now there's an hactivist group Anonymous out there and they are doing some stocking of there own.

I have a lot of questions and not to many answers, just opinions.

I have an old memory of a show the Twilight Zone.

Do you remember that show, TWILIGHT ZONE?

Anyways this lady has been raped /or attacked and is terribly shaken.
Her husband asks her who was it, but she can't remember. They go to the doctor and she gets sent home. There's all sorts of bad feelings but she seems to be healing so they go out for a drive.

While out, the women panics when she sees a man, and says "There he is, THAT'S THE GUY!" The man says "Are you sure?" and she says "YES!" So the man gets out of the car and runs after the man.

Then he comes back all shaken and upset. She asks what's wrong. "Nothing, Nothing...let's go home!"
I think they go home or go eat...anyways at some point she looks out the window and shouts..."THERE, THAT'S THE MAN!!"

And the husband, looks terrified and sick because you know he did something bad to someone else...and it wasn't the right person.

So my message is that I was really thrilled to think that a hacktivist group  could bring someone to justice. Happy that Amanda may get some justice. But now hearing some things that someone may do something they regret because they don't have all the info and because they are running high on emotion and pain.
So please take care. 

I'm praying for Amanda's family, and everyone who loved her, and everyone who hurt her, because you need help. I'm praying that the kids that thought and said terrible things to her and others, really stop and think if they are treating others as they wanted to be treated.

My question is Why? Why is that simple little rule so hard to follow. TREAT OTHERS AS YOU WISH TO BE TREATED!! 

So simple. Please teach your children and remind yourself each and everyday. It's not hard and it will bring so much peace. Peace is what we all need, especially Amanda Todd and everyone who loved her.

R.I.P Amanda. 

 I also wanted to say is that I do not think the video should be shown in school. It needs to be shown by the parent to the child in a safe environment where the parent can really debrief and discuss deeply the personal issues that this video will bring out. The school is not the place.

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Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Branding & Updating All My Blogs

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Good Grief, it's 3 in the morning, that's 2 nights in a row I've stayed up Super Late. I've been working so  hard the last two days rebranding all my social media accounts. Finally it's all come together. I created new headers and backgrounds for them all so now they all have a similar theme. Watch the blue flower...it's sort of my logo, but that's next...I'll figure one out one of these days. I added links to all my blogs on the right so have a peak when you have a chance. Okay have a great night.

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Rick Mercer Swimming w/ the Salmon Video

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I just LOVE RICK MERCER!  You know how they ask which celeb would you like to meet! He's the one. He's so funny! and smart and cheeky! Anyways check out this SUPER GREAT VIDEO about "SNORKELING  with the SALMON!"

With the news that the Cowichan River is drying up and that The Cowichan Tribes have actually stopped fishing (something that is very sacred and the core of their livelihood, I wanted to share this video as it shows how truly amazing these fish are!!

Please visit One Cowichan.ca  https://www.facebook.com/OneCowichan  They also have a Facebook page and these videos are from there. This one is a must see.

 "From One Cowichan Facebook page "Patti Delisle expresses her concerns over the effects that could be experienced by her community as a result of the cancellation of the traditional food fishery."

 Please watch and share this because she speaks very frankly about the devastating effects these events will have and it's powerful.

Here they are releasing Salmon they rescued

In less than a week they've gotten 638 signatures which shows people do care and are concerned but please let's keep it going.  

Please share this info & get your friends and family to sign the petition. http://www.onecowichan.ca/ 

 It's critical for the Cowichan Tribes, for the Salmon, for the Cowichan river and all the plants, animals and creatures that depend on it and for all the people like my daughter and I that had such wonderful times on it this summer.

See Related Links :

SAVE THE COWICHAN http://tinawinterlik.blogspot.mx/2012/10/save-cowichan-river.html

Cowichan River Heading for Disaster http://tinawinterlik.blogspot.mx/2012/10/cowichan-river-heading-for-disaster.html

I just wanted to add something here, this summer when we went WWOOF'ing, it wasn't all peaches and cream. There were issues, as there always is when your trying to adapt to an new environment. At one point when my daughter and I were being really stressed out about something that occurred on the river, I was shaking my head and my little girl had asked thru tears..."Why is this happening Mommy? "and I was asking God and the universe in general "Why did was I brought here?" "Why was I being put in this position?"  but now I know. 

It was for this. So that I could take the photos and video that I did and to have the wonderful experiences along with the occasional turbulence so that I could share with you. So that I had a way to communicate the beauty of the Cowichan River and I could do my part and help where I could to help the river, the forest, the salmon, the people.  I am doing what I can....Are You?

I also wanted to add that we were so grateful the whole time we were there and that we appreciated the Cowichan River, knowing that at anytime we may have to cut our journey short and leave, so every minute we spent at the river we treasured it deeply. 

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

The Cowichan River is truly a magnificent sight and experience and I pray that the rains come and it grows and there is plenty of water for the Salmon and everyone. I hope you'll take a minute and say a prayer too and please sign that petition so that the river will be better managed. THANK YOU!

Monday, October 8, 2012


Blog post by Tina Winterlik © 2012
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 It's so TRAGIC that the Cowichan River is Drying Up and could completely dry up by the end of the month unless they get a huge rainfall.  http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/story/2012/10/07/bc-cowichan-salmon.html
Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Please Sign the Petition.

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

The Cowichan Tribes have stopped fishing
 http://www.timescolonist.com/news/Drought+water+levels+river+force+Cowichan+Tribes+halt+salmon/7356170/story.html .

On Twitter I read that Volunteers are also trucking salmon up the river http://www.cfax1070.com/News/Top-Stories/Cowichan-River-too-dry-for-salmon-run-volunteers-t

My daughter pointed out, the bears are going to be very sad, not to mention many other creatures because there will be a lack of other animals in the forest because of the shortage of fish.  The Cowichan is a Gorgeous Green Rainforest with many  many animals depending on it, this truly is a huge environmental disaster and I hope people realize the seriousness of this situation, take responsibility, and take action quickly. 

A Walk Along the Beautiful Cowichan River!

WWOOF- Fruits of the Garden Video

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Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

I made this video while we were WWOOF'ing in Duncan. I think it's one of my best!! I hope you enjoy it!

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Cowichan River Heading for Disaster

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From Yahoo News

Cowichan River in danger of drying up, imperilling salmon runs

DUNCAN, B.C. - The Cowichan River could run bone dry before the end of the month if rain doesn't start falling by the bucketful, raising concerns for environmentalists, municipal officials and representatives of the nearby paper mill.  READ MORE HERE

OH NO!!No, No, No!!! My heart broke when I read this. We had the BEST time this summer and it was BECAUSE  of the BEAUTIFUL COWICHAN RIVER!! This is a GORGEOUS river. I mean ABSOLUTELY PRISTINE!

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012
We went WWOOF'ing this summer. My daughter and I stayed on at a Wellness Centre right beside the Cowichan River and every day we'd take their dog and head down there and play and relax and watch the tuberers go by. We met lots of wonderful people but it was the BEAUTY of this GORGEOUS GREEN RIVER that calmed our stress-ridden city minds and helped us remember the importance of life and nature and how really beautiful and tranquil life can be.

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

This news about there not being enough water and that it's going to dry up because some selfish lake cottagers don't want to lose their beach really disturbs me.

I sure hope something can be done. I guess we have to pray for rain for you guys. Which is sad because last year in BC there was just too frigging much rain and cold and grey days but this the Cowichan River is a Rainforest and it needs rain.

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Painting by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Here I guess are the drastic effects of climate change slapping us in the face. Wake up people!!

Anyways I want to share some videos and photos of the really great times we had there this summer and so people know first hand what could be lost. :(

Friday, October 5, 2012

Vancouver Paintings - by Artist Tina Winterlik

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Here are some paintings of Vancouver that I did back in 2001. I just made a new video for them. Hope you like it!

Cherry Tree-Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Totem- Kitsilano -Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

View from Kitsilano- Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Thursday, October 4, 2012

WWOOF IS Discovering, Learning & Growing Together

Blog post by Tina Winterlik © 2012
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Update: Nov 5/2012 We are still doing well 290 views but it would be nice to get more. We've got 10 days left. Please if your friends haven't seen our video and are into "green" "gardens" "organics" or are interested in working on a farm in exchange for food and shelter or have a farm and need workers then you need to see our video to see What WWOOF is!! 

Update Oct 27th, we're doing okay, think we have 229, it's okay because the videos viewed are pro-rated on the time they've been up so we still have a really good chance of winning!! I'm staying positive. Thanks for your help!

*Update Oct 4th 7 pm Mexico time- I just wanted to correct something "I just need views", not likes- I am sorry for the confusion, if you like it too on Youtube that's awesome but just if you watch it that is good enough. Gracias!! So Far today I've got 48 views so we are getting there, poco by poco!! Gracias!

So I just got the approval for my entry into the WWOOF IS Contest at WWOOF Canada. They be posting my entry next week as an entry came in just before mine and they have to try make it fair that everyone gets a same exposure.

In the meantime I could REALLY USE YOUR HELP!! Can you please watch my video. I have a chance to win $1000 and that would really go a long way as we are in Mexico at the moment.

I need at least 1600 views* just to catch up to the leaders. I know it sounds like a lot, but it's a great video. See for yourself. :)

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012
Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Photos by Tina Winterlik © 2012

Anyways please check out our video below it shows it much better than me trying to tell you!!
Please can I ask you to share it with your friends. Pretty Please. We'd appreciate it so much and I worked very hard on this video and I totally believe we deserve it. There are some other good ones you should check them out too! http://www.wwoof.ca/VideoContest Okay may the best video win!!

You can read more about our WWOOFing Experiences here
A Woofing We Shall Go http://tinawinterlik.blogspot.mx/2012/07/woofing-we-shall-go.html
The Woofing Adventure has begun  http://tinawinterlik.blogspot.mx/2012/07/the-woofing-adventure-has-begun.html
Yurts & Woofing http://tinawinterlik.blogspot.mx/2012/06/yurts-woofing.html
Collecting Eggs on The Farm http://tinawinterlik.blogspot.mx/2012/08/collecting-eggs-on-farm.html
New Woof Host http://tinawinterlik.blogspot.mx/2012/08/new-woof-host.html
Woof #1 http://tinawinterlik.blogspot.mx/2012/07/woof-1.html
Now We're Glamping http://tinawinterlik.blogspot.mx/2012/07/now-were-glamping.html
Pirates of the Cowichan River http://tinawinterlik.blogspot.mx/2012/07/pirates-of-cowichan-river-lol.html