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Is Sasquatch Mountain Resort Family Friendly?

Is Sasquatch Mountain Resort family friendly? My daughter posed for a picture with the Sasquatch while she waited in line for her first trip up the all new Yeti Cruiser quad chair. It had been a rough morning – she is a fairly new skier, and I had pushed her a little too hard, [...]

By |2020-01-17T14:37:02+00:00January 17th, 2020|Canada, Western Canada|0 Comments

Saying Yes to Adventure When It Is Much Easier to Say No

The e-mail showed up at the very end of May. Our family had an opportunity, three weeks later, to go to Tofino for two days and try surfing. It was the kind of all-expenses-paid-everything-planned-out-for-you invitation we could not refuse—but we almost did. Why? Well June is a busy month to take the kids out [...]

By |2020-01-07T11:59:33+00:00December 13th, 2019|Eastern Canada, Family Adventures, Western Canada|0 Comments

Children’s Wish Foundation Search for Santa – A Holiday Lesson From Chloe

The airplane’s intercom crackled. “Hey everyone! Did you hear that Rudolph got a bad report card?” Everyone on board shook their heads, and a few ‘No!’’s shouted out from the back. “Yeah, it’s true. He went down in History!” It was the first, and possibly the best, of many Christmas jokes that the flight [...]

By |2019-12-11T10:25:13+00:00December 11th, 2019|Family Adventures, Western Canada|0 Comments

What Your Grown-Up Kids Really Want for Christmas!

For years you sat with your children as they carefully crafted their Christmas lists. Maybe it was at the kitchen table or perhaps you did it snuggled up on the couch. However you did it, you knew exactly what they wanted for Christmas. But those kids became adults and the lists that once hung [...]

By |2019-12-06T12:31:03+00:00December 4th, 2019|Canada, Western Canada|0 Comments

How To Have The Perfect Family Christmas

Create and Protect your own Family Traditions Family traditions are an important part of our culture and it’s in those traditions that we often share many special memories, and Christmas is one of those times. However if your family has traditions, such as obligations that stress you out or that you don’t truly enjoy, [...]

By |2019-12-17T07:37:39+00:00November 13th, 2019|Adventures In Motherhood, Family Adventures, Western Canada|0 Comments

FlyOver Canada – On a Broom?

The kids were spellbound, taking in every word and cackle as Broomelda, FlyOver Canada’s resident witch and headmistress of the Haunted Witches Academy, introduced herself during the pre-flight briefing video. As ghosts flew around the dimly lit, spookily decorated room, the younger kids clung a little tighter to their adults than usual. It’s [...]

By |2019-10-22T11:33:35+00:00October 20th, 2019|Canada, Family Adventures, Western Canada|0 Comments

Helping and Haunting the Community

Do you love Halloween? The crisp fall air, crunchy leaves on the ground, plus all the witches, ghosts, superheroes and other creatures running around. Not to mention all the candy and trick or treating! But do you really LOVE Halloween? The Lenko and Scott families in the Yorkson area of Langley, BC loves Halloween [...]

By |2019-10-11T09:31:00+00:00October 10th, 2019|Canada, Erin, Family Adventures, Western Canada|0 Comments

10 Photos To Inspire You To Visit North Arm Farms

[vc_row]Nestled in the base of the Pemberton Valley and staring up at the towering Mt. Currie, North Arm Farm is a unique family farm experience for Whistler and Pemberton families to explore. Whether you plan to come for a quick morning brunch or spend the day wandering through the fields collecting berries, visiting the local [...]

By |2019-09-09T12:55:06+00:00July 25th, 2019|Canada, Family Adventures, Western Canada, Whistler|0 Comments

7 Tips for an Agenda Free Vacation

[vc_row]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

[vc_row]Imagine yourself out on the water, 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 pull as you glide forward, leaving [...]