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Why you Shouldn’t Over Plan your Family Vacation

Have you ever arrived home from a busy vacation, plunked down the luggage and thought, “I need a vacation!”? If so, you are not alone. After all, it makes sense to fit as much fun as possible into limited vacation time. Jam-packed vacations can be fun, but they are often far from restful. A little [...]

What’SUP After Dark – Night Paddleboarding Vancouver

Imagine yourself out on the water on a night paddleboarding Vancouver tour, your stand up paddleboard (SUP) rocking gently beneath your feet. Your paddle slips into the water soundlessly. You pull steadily, rhythmically, and feel the muscles in your back tighten with each stroke. Your toes push into the board, offsetting the force of each [...]

By |2020-01-29T11:03:04-08:00July 4th, 2019|Canada, Western Canada|0 Comments

Campfire Cookouts – Where to Have a Campfire in Vancouver

The campfire burns lower, the coals red and white and ready. The mustard, relish, and, most importantly, ketchup, lay waiting beside the bag of buns. The package of all-beef (a none-too-comforting description) hotdogs is open, beside the veggie-dogs that only you will eat. The roasting sticks, the long ones with the wood handles and double [...]

By |2020-03-11T11:52:44-07:00June 6th, 2019|Canada, Spring Break, Western Canada|0 Comments

Your Small BC Town Getaways – Seaside Edition

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]A year ago (yikes!), we asked you, our loyal followers, to share your favourite small-town getaways. And you delivered! You shared insights, activities, and photos of places that, for varied reasons, hold special meaning for you and your family. The sense of community that many small towns exhibit is reflected in this generous, open sharing [...]

Hiking with Kids: A Guide for Families

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]What comes to mind when you think of hiking? Silhouetted figures, traversing a Himalayan ridge with backpacks nearly as large as themselves? The truth is, for most of us, hiking is a little less Everest expedition and a little more walk in the Hundred Acre Wood (hello Pooh and Tigger!). Hiking has so much to [...]

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