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    Love the new fleece patterns and my Snugs are very snuggly warm...
    can't wait to wear them around the house this winter.

    Thank you so very much!!! I LOVE my socks I got today!!!
    I will be recommending your website to EVERYONE I know!!!!

     My 3 yr old niece loves her softsider slippers so much that she insists on wearing them to bed! Leah

    We LOVE our stroller blanket so much…what a difference it makes! Liam is so cozy and warm and comfortable in his stroller. We have also used it on his carseat and wrapped around us while walking. I would highly recommend this blanket to anyone who is trying to find a solution for keeping their little ones warm in their stroller. Our blanket was stolen and I have immediately ordered a 2nd one…I assume it is the mail now and we miss it so much!!

    And I have to add…I wanted to have an adjustment made to my order. Sent an email to Lisa at Polar Feet about it and she was more than happy to accommodate my requiest and adjust my bill. She was wonderful to correspond with. Even through email, I felt I received great service and was a valued customer. I look forward to using more of their products once we live in BC again! Thank you Lisa and Polar Feet!!



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    Africa has the great Wildebeest migrations. The far North has the Caribou herds that make the ground tremble beneath their hooves. Here in BC we have salmon runs, one of which we were priveleged to witness this past weekend, at Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park on the Adams River. Every year sockeye salmon return, sometimes in the millions, to spawn and die in the rivers and creeks they left years before. As they travel upriver, they undergo a remarkable transformation: they stop eating and their scales are reabsorbed into their bodies, they turn bright red except for their tails and head that become a deep green. The males become hunch-backed and their upper jaw grows huge and hooked with sharp fangs. They seem a different creature altogether. They spawn and they die, their rotting bodies a pungent undertone to the miracle of their amazing life cycle. We wandered for a long time along the river's banks, agog at the quantities of fish, watching the males fight over females, listening...