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”
Camping off Carolin Mine Road in Hope, BC! I found the perfect little spot off of Siwash Creek Road and spent one night solo camping before continuing on to Merritt!
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”
My husband called and said he got off from work early, let’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!”
This is a different kind of post from my usual, but I decided to write about it and share some of my money saving tips! My husband was gifted Free Canucks Tickets for Saturday’s game, so we arranged an overnight at Grandma’s for our kiddos and went into planning mode! A friend of mine toldContinue reading “Date Night Vancouver Style”
Located in the Beautiful Chilliwack River Valley, off of Chilliwack Lake road, is a gorgeous Recreation Site located on the banks of the river. Fall asleep listening to the sounds of the river, the calls of birds and the wind rustling the trees.
Popular for dirt bikers and quads on the weekends, you can ride right out from the campground, making it convenient but also less peaceful.