This holiday travel post is sponsored by Tangerine. All views and opinions expressed are our own. Holiday travel doesn’t need to break the budget. Here are a few tips and tricks to make travel more cheerful this holiday season. Now that Halloween is in the rear-view mirror, it’s time to turn our attention to the […]
This post has been sponsored by ATG Runway Lighting Solutions. Photos to get you stoked for the ski season! The upcoming ski season is fast approaching! With snow on the brain, we thought we’d dig into the photo archives and share some of our favorite photos from previous snowboarding trips. This winter we plan to visit […]
In this post, we share everything you need to know about taking an Alaska cruise on the Celebrity Eclipse cruise ship. There’s a lot to consider when booking an Alaska cruise vacation. The cruise ship you choose can make or break your vacation, so it’s wise to do your research. We could not find up-to-date […]
Harrison Hot Springs with kids Located on the shores of Harrison Lake and surrounded by evergreen mountains, the quaint Village of Harrison Hot Springs in British Columbia is a perfect family getaway for Vancouverites. We’ve known about it for years (it’s a recommended day trip from Vancouver), however, this was our first time visiting Harrison […]
Glamping in Kelowna One of the highlights from our summer was Glamping in Kelowna with Unique Canvas Luxury Camping. We’ve been glamping before, but this was the first time sharing the experience as a family. Coincidentally, the weekend prior was also the first time we went camping together as a family. Experiencing both camping styles within […]
This post is sponsored by Tangerine. All views and opinions expressed are our own. Back to School, Already? It’s hard to believe we’re already on the downward slope of summer. Why does summer always feel like it goes by so fast? We love summer in the Pacific Northwest. There really is no place we’d rather be. […]
Top attractions and things to do Victoria British Columbia, including whale watching, beer tasting, bike rides, museums, castles and harbour ferry tours.
The mysterious Whistler Train Wreck Tucked away in an old-growth forest, hidden between train tracks and the Cheakamus River, the Whistler Train Wreck site has quietly become a popular Whistler tourist attraction. The Train Wreck is home to several decaying box cars that were abandoned after a crash that occurred in 1956. Train derailments were […]