Mother Daughter Camping By The River

On Thursday, we were invited to visit or join my daughter’s friend’s family on their camping trip by the river. We were going to pack for camping in case we decided to stay, and then I decided it would be silly to pack everything and not stay, so we made a decision to camp. WeContinue reading “Mother Daughter Camping By The River”

Halloween Fun at the River!

This year with everything Covid related, my daughter and I decided to spend Halloween at the river! We had hot chocolate, a fire, the amazing Full Moon rose across the river and we were treated to a Free Fireworks show! They were going off all around us, it was hard to decide which direction toContinue reading “Halloween Fun at the River!”

Skwellepil Creek Recreation Site – Mom & Kid Style!

I took my kids and my dog and headed up the Chehalis FSR for the first time with a couple of women and their kids from my 4×4 women group! I was excited to explore a new area not too far from home, and my kids reluctantly agreed to come along, but ended up havingContinue reading “Skwellepil Creek Recreation Site – Mom & Kid Style!”

Camping For Seven Days As A Family Of Four

We took our two kids and our dog on our longest camping trip yet- one full week with our tent trailer! We started out behind schedule because our truck battery died the night before we left! Luckily my husband drove to fill up the truck the night before and asked me to go test itContinue reading “Camping For Seven Days As A Family Of Four”

Kawkawa Lake, Hope B.C.

Kawkawa Lake Park is located just 1.5 miles (2.4 km) northeast of Hope, accessed via the Kawkawa Lake Road. The word Kawkawa is a poetic First Nations term that means ‘much calling of loons.’ Kawkawa Lake Park is in a beautiful forest setting in the Cascade Mountains, with gorgeous mountain views, opportunities for swimming, boating,Continue reading “Kawkawa Lake, Hope B.C.”

Alexandra Bridge

Just outside of Yale is a beautiful piece of British Columbia’s history called Alexandra Bridge. I always take Highway 9(Agassiz-Rosedale BC 9N) to enjoy the backroad scenery instead of being stuck in traffic on Highway 1. You continue straight and merge onto Highway 7, then keep right at the fork to merge onto Hwy 1E(signsContinue reading “Alexandra Bridge”