A few weeks ago in my post about travel plans gone awry, I mentioned that to cope with those unforeseen changes I try to appreciate the little things like free ferry rides and comfort food. Specifically, I mentioned the ride across Upper Arrow Lake which was followed by enjoying a pile of grilled cheese sandwiches on the beach.Read More
Along the the Sea to Sky Highway, which runs from Vancouver to Whistler in beautiful British Columbia, Porteau Cove Provincial Park is a welcome stop to stretch your legs and admire the views of Howe Sound. This relatively small park has so much to offer and explore including the ferry dock which has several view points to climb to, a sunken ship for scuba divers to explore, and a boat launch.
We had only planned to spend one day in Glacier National Park, however due to a "grizzly problem" every single trail in the park (except for one very steep one-which wasn't possible with my ankle) was either closed or under hiking restrictions.Read More
Spending two weeks road tripping and camping through the Canadian Rockies was both memorable in terms of the sights and experiences but also in the great learning moments. The conditions of our trip did not make things so easy - inclement weather, questionably advertised campsites, poisonous spiders - but, I'll tell you more about that next week.Read More