Last Minute Road Trip Survival Tips As A Mom

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”

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 thatโ€™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”

Clear Creek Hot Springs – With Kids!

Clear Creek Hot Springs is located 46km up a Forestry Road on the East side of Harrison Lake.
I love taking my kids on a quiet Sunday afternoon, and itโ€™s worth all of the cross ditches and water crossings to get there!

Road Trip Mama Update

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”

Chilliwack to Quesnel!

My husband called and said he got off from work early, letโ€™s leave for our road trip a day early! We arranged for our friend to look after our animals, packed a few things, and hit the road. 3 Days, 1300kms, and a whole lot of fun! We laughed a lot, and memories were made.Continue reading “Chilliwack to Quesnel!”