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Braving the storm at the 25th Apple Festival

Braving the storm at the 25th Apple Festival

On October 15 and 16, two major events collided in a spectacular display of nature versus human ingenuity: the first, a storm fuelled by Typhoon Songda, hit the southern BC coast and battered spots of Vancouver Island, Howe Sound, and the Lower Mainl
The end of the road on the Sunshine Coast

The end of the road on the Sunshine Coast

This past weekend my good friend Cory Ashworth and I attached my little boat to the back of my Highlander Hybrid and hopped on the ferry from Horseshoe Bay to Gibsons.
Pemberton closes 25km of road for cycling food festival

Pemberton closes 25km of road for cycling food festival

As we approach the end of the summer it's hard to believe I've been on 5 trips to BC festivals in our travel series with Destination BC! First to Tofino with 20,000 whales , then to Whistler for some art and culture , the Comox Valley and a seafood f
Amazing summer experiences at the top of Blackcomb

Amazing summer experiences at the top of Blackcomb

I’ve attempted to ski our local mountains multiple times and unfortunately, I lack the coordination to enjoyably make my way down those slopes.
BC BuzZ: Pemberton Music Festival - Pre Fest

BC BuzZ: Pemberton Music Festival - Pre Fest

BC BuzZ is a magazine-style interview show that celebrates all things British Columbian.
6 reasons to day trip down to Bellingham

6 reasons to day trip down to Bellingham

A couple days after the Brexit vote started turning global currencies on their heads my family decided to make a cross-border trip to Trader Joe's.
6 reasons you should go to Whistler

6 reasons you should go to Whistler

Whistler's third annual GO Fest (the "Great Outdoors" festival) took place this past weekend, so as I do love Whistler and the outdoors I took my small family up to check it out.
Don't cross the border by mistake when visiting Cultus Lake!

Don't cross the border by mistake when visiting Cultus Lake!

When I was initially planning a trip out to Cultus Lake my intention was to bring you a piece about the provincial park just beyond the waterslides to show you that there's more to the area than that summertime attraction (which, make no mistake, is
20,000 whales visit Tofino (and you should too)

20,000 whales visit Tofino (and you should too)

For the past 30 years the Pacific Rim Whale Festival has served as a marker for the people of Tofino and folks like me who love to visit: it's the end of storm watching season and the Grey Whales have returned after months away.
7 OTHER reasons to visit Squamish this summer

7 OTHER reasons to visit Squamish this summer

By now you've probably heard that Squamish Fest has been cancelled for this summer.