Travel Diaries

In the Midst of an Incomprehensible Wild Beauty

In the Midst of an Incomprehensible Wild Beauty

An army of cars filled with vacationers carrying summer toys such as mountain bikes and leisure crafts tied atop their roofs hurried north on the Sea-to-Sky highway towards the recreational town of Whistler. As for us, we drove south on the empty lane heading to a secluded island. Boat tied up behind the truck, trunk glutted [...]

How Living In A RV Made Me Rich

How Living In A RV Made Me Rich

What is it that we really need in life? Shelter, food and water, clothes, love, safety? While those are the biological needs of the human being, the modern world has added a terrifying item to the list: money. In fact, money has created a world of wants over needs, a society of consumerism with a [...]

5 Dog-Friendly Incredible Hikes in the Sea-to-Sky Corridor

5 Dog-Friendly Incredible Hikes in the Sea-to-Sky Corridor

The season has changed, leaving place to the cool and crisp air of autumn. Summer has been absolutely crazy, in so many good ways, with work, and camping and adventuring every weekend. But I am now looking forward to quiet days at work, cozy wool sweater weather and wrapping my hands around hot teas and good [...]

RV Redo

RV Redo

After spending 5 years in our initial trailer, we finally upgraded to a more spacious, leak free home on wheels. We painted the walls, stripped a few unnecessary things, and added our decorations. It didn't take much to create our own perfect little space. Having space to cook, craft, workout, and dance (we had a [...]

Top 10 Things To Do in Hakuba for the Most Epic Winter Trip

Top 10 Things To Do in Hakuba for the Most Epic Winter Trip

Maybe you are the proud owner of an Epic Pass, or Hakuba has just been on your list for a while now. Either way, you’re excited to meet face to face with the breathtakingly beautiful Northern Japanese Alps and eat Japow for breakfast and traditional foods at night.  Surely, Hakuba stands out as one of [...]