Entries from 'Canada'

A Quick Camping Trip With Family – Victoria, BC CANADA

We decided to rally Noel, Dom, Zoe and baby Violet to go camping with us for a few days at Goldstream Provincial Park, a ferry ride and a couple hours’ drive from Noel and Dom’s home on Gabriola Island. It was a good spot since it was only a half hour drive to the ferry…

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Reuniting Caleb With His Family – Gabriola Island, BC CANADA

We finally left Sandpoint, Idaho, with the Moho brakes in fine working order and weren’t sure what to do with ourselves. We knew we wanted to get as far west as the day would allow, so we drove. We made a reservation for that night at the KOA about halfway through Washington state in Ellensburg…

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The National Divide – Glacier-Waterton International Peace Park, MT and Canada

It’s early September and we were in Glacier National Park in mid-July, just to give you a time frame. Glacier turned out to be our top spot of the entire nine month trip around the US and a small portion of Canada. I’d go back to Glacier in a heartbeat. There’s so much natural breathtaking…

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Visiting Friends – Toronto, Ontario CANADA

  We’d had our trip to Toronto planned just about longer than anything else on our journey. Chris has good friends that live there (Josh and Jane), and other good friends from Arizona (Alonzo and Molly, who we met up with in November in Sedona) had plans to visit Josh and Jane in Toronto in…

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Stopover in Campbellford – Ontario, CANADA

The drive from Montreal to Toronto is no day’s drive for us so we needed a stop-over and a place to kill a few days before we were meeting up with our friends from Arizona in Toronto (and our Toronto friends, who have real jobs and not much time to hang out with us vagabond…

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Oui Oui! – Montreal, Quebec CANADA

I’m not sure what we expected from our first taste of French Canadia (as we like to call it). I guess I figured they didn’t take that whole “French” part of it very seriously. Boy was I wrong! French is pretty much the first language in Quebec, although most people in Montreal (where we spent…

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