River Clean Up & Responsibility

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”

Sunny Saturday on Chehalis FSR

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”

Thanksgiving Camping

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”

Spring Lake Guest Ranch

I promised my daughter a trail ride while we were in the Caribou, and that’s exactly what we did! Located a short drive off Highway 97C, 15 kilometres north of 100 Mile House. It would be approximately 6 hours driving from Vancouver. Horseback rides are a reasonable $40/hour and led by an experienced wrangler. OurContinue reading “Spring Lake Guest Ranch”

Squeezed in a little self care this afternoon! I expected this spot to be overgrown but it was not, and hasn’t changed much from when I was a kid. I grew up not far from here and we would set up our ”base” here for the day of dirt biking. We would build a fire, and when the boys went off to do the harder trails, I stayed by the fire with Mom, and did a lot of book reading on the same rock that I sat on to do some journaling this afternoon.