Our average road trip length is six to seven hours, and usually several times per year to visit family or close friends. I keep certain things in my truck 24/7 because you never know when you will need them. My husband often complains about the amount of stuff under the backseat, but if I removeContinue reading “Last Minute Road Trip Survival Tips As A Mom”
A few days ago I wasn’t feeling great but knew that fresh air would help, and my fur baby Zola needed to get out too. So, I drove down towards Peg Road to take Zola for a walk – Only to find that nope, the road is barricaded again, after being open for several months.Continue reading “River Clean Up & Responsibility”
After spending most of the week down and out in bed with the flu, I needed to get out of the house for some fresh air and so did my fur baby, Zola. So I packed up some things, and we hit the road mid-morning. I headed out towards West Harrison FSR, but at theContinue reading “Sunny Saturday on Chehalis FSR”
Porteau Cove Campground A did not disappoint!
Sites include electricity and the washrooms are heated with showers, but the best part was still the oceanfront view.
It was a last-minute, low-budget trip, but we got out for one night in our tent trailer, cooked a boneless turkey roast, peeled potatoes at the campsite, and enjoyed a small, quiet dinner in beautiful weather! The overnight forecast only showed a low of 9 degrees, which was surprising for October in British Columbia! OneContinue reading “Thanksgiving Camping”