I am excited to announce that a bunch of new things are coming to Road Trip Mama soon!!!! You may have already noticed the new logo, comment below and let me know what you think. I will be posting on the Blog more regularly now, finalizing the Road Trip Mama Merch Store, as well asContinue reading “Road Trip Mama Update”
I decided to get out and go camping for just one night, prior to going in for my knee surgery. With no clear outcome from my knee scope, I felt the need to “get out while I could” in case I came out of surgery with more pain. I knew I wanted to get outContinue reading “Solo Camping at Skwellepil Creek Recreation Site”
I took my fur baby Zola for a drive down Chilliwack Lake Road to Bench FSR this afternoon. Definitely a different vibe on a long weekend- people pulling U-turns on the main road over a double solid yellow line in a 80km/h zone, trailers parked ON the FSR, not even in a pullout or onContinue reading “Solo Saturday”
Road Trip Mama Merch Coming to the Store Soon!!!
From shirts to hoodies, to water bottles and phone cases, stay tuned for exciting updates & new merch being added!
Sometimes adventures don’t have to be planned, or very long. This unplanned Sunday drive brought me to Gill road in Chilliwack and was just the reset I needed. So many beautiful views!
Bench FSR is one of my favourite drives, but in the Fall with the leaves changing colours it is even more beautiful.
I love the views along this drive and honestly come up here whenever I can.
Hello Road Trip Mama Fans! I know I am long overdue to write a post, but there has been a lot going on! I have had a very busy end to Summer as I started College Full Time in September. On top of that, I am commuting from Chilliwack to Coquitlam four days a week!Continue reading “Road Trip Mama Update”
Mother Daughter camping on Bench FSR. Our friends had set up camp and as I drove by I recognized their utility trailer and stopped to say hi! They invited me to join with my family so I went home and asked everyone if they wanted to go. Only my daughter wanted to so we packed up the tent and the camping bins, and we hit the road.
I started from the Ryder Lake side so my daughter could enjoy the views along the way and before we knew it, we had arrived!
Setup didn’t take long at all and we enjoyed our one night by the river.