About Jami

I’m a Family Travel Writer based out of beautiful Vancouver, BC. Our family adventures take take us all over BC, Alberta and the Pacific Northwest. You'll regularly see us hiking, biking, snowboarding, wakeboarding, and camping our way around the province. Our passion is recreation and our mission is to explore and protect this beautiful earth of ours.
Living life to the fullest, one adventure at a time!

4 Reasons Pregnancy Doesn’t Stop your Travel Adventures

Just because you’re pregnant it doesn’t mean you can’t have the perfect holiday (or ‘babymoon’, if you prefer). There are still obvious difficulties that need to be taken into account, of course. But, with the right research and planning, there are ways to deal with them. We’ve put together four reasons why being pregnant shouldn’t [...]

By |2019-09-13T16:31:57+00:00July 4th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Truth Bomb Thursday: How Do I Pay for Travel?

[vc_row]While my Instagram feed may be filled with beautiful images of iconic destinations, one may think that I’m a full-time Travel Writer living the life of luxury. However, while I do travel about 16 weeks a year, I also work full time, PLUS, I'm often juggling many balls in the air trying to balance it [...]

Lensball – Gaze into the Future of Photography

Perhaps you have recently seen a photograph in an article or on Instagram with a unique ball effect, like this epic surf shot I snapped during my recent stay at Long Beach Lodge. Within the image, a small, 180-degree view of the overall scene shows up inside of a sphere, giving a reflective quality to [...]

Earning Laugh Lines at Long Beach Lodge

[vc_row]“Travel is the only thing you buy that makes you richer.” - Unknown Some may know them as smile lines. Other, more pessimistic folks may refer to them as wrinkles. Regardless, as I sit here scrolling through the wonderful collage of photos we took throughout our weekend at Long Beach Lodge Resort, I’m suddenly very [...]

Long Beach Lodge: The Best Family-Friendly Resort in Tofino

[vc_row]Nestled on the Pacific Rim of Vancouver Island, Tofino has long been known as one of Canada’s premier year-round resort destinations. And having just spent an amazing long weekend there with my family, it’s clear as to how this sleepy town got such a reputation…it truly does have something for everyone! However, for all there [...]

Surf’s Up at the Surf Club Adventure Centre

[vc_row]You’ve certainly heard of “ski-in/ski-out”, but have you ever heard of surf-in/surf-out? I hadn’t. That is, until our time at the Long Beach Lodge in Tofino. Tucked right next to the hotel, directly on the shores of the Cox Bay Beach, lies Long Beach Lodge’s Surf Club Adventure Centre – one of the most incredible [...]

Touring Tofino: Marine Adventures with Captain Josh

[vc_row]Nestled right on edge of the Pacific, no trip to Tofino would be complete without an adventure out on the water. Thankfully, one of the many benefits of staying at the Long Beach Lodge Resort is that the property has its own boat available for guided tours! Usually, resorts like these will outsource their guided [...]

9 Things to Know Before Your Trip to Nunavut

To experience Canada’s Nunavut is to choose to explore the Arctic hands-on, up close, and personal. Not because it’s the trendy travel destination on everyone’s list but because you want to explore Canada’s North and get to connect with the people and the places that make Nunavut so special. While I had many expectations of [...]

By |2019-09-11T12:35:11+00:00April 27th, 2019|Canada, Nunavut, Solo Adventures, Western Canada|0 Comments

Nunavut: Experience the Spirit of the Arctic

Standing in the middle of the Arctic ice, wind rippling around me, and nothing but a small wood shack and a tiny fishing hole to call home, it dawns on me: I’m exploring one of the most remote regions on earth, and yet haven’t even left Canada. For centuries, this top-of-the-world destination has been a [...]

By |2019-09-11T12:35:23+00:00April 24th, 2019|Canada, Nunavut, Solo Adventures, Western Canada|0 Comments

The Rush of Racing Snowmobiles Through the Arctic

Just a few days earlier, I was standing in my kitchen making lunch for the kids… Yet here I was, with a 150hp metal beast racing me across jagged ice fields and around the frozen ice peaks of the Arctic Ocean. Looking out into the vast nothingness that laid out on the horizon, -30° air [...]

By |2019-09-11T12:35:32+00:00April 24th, 2019|Canada, Nunavut, Solo Adventures, Western Canada|0 Comments