It’s time for a more personal update in the life of Off Track Travel. Here’s the lowdown on what we’ve been up to this April, May and June! Spoiler: it involves quite a bit of travel around Eastern Canada, a van conversion, citizenship ceremony and plenty of seafood!
As much as I love writing about our adventures, it sometimes takes a bit of time to get these experiences onto this site. After all, there are only so many hours in a day and yet so many places and stories to share! This is a new series to update you on what we’ve been doing lately and future plans.
All the details about how I became a Permanent Resident of Canada via the common law sponsorship route and my journey to future Canadian citizenship
Another year almost over! 2017 was the year we decided to make some big changes. Our original plan to do so progressed quite a…
It’s been difficult to sit on this news for so long; I’m so excited I finally get to share it with you! As of…
It’s been a while. But for good reason, I promise. Some important things have happened both with us and also Off Track Travel. Let me catch you up to speed.
Work changes, visitors and lots of outdoor adventure; the best of our 2016
A few things I have picked up after a half decade in Canada
Less predictable weather but we had no shortage of fun (or wine) in Penticton this summer
A few late-Spring days in the Rockies – lakes, mountains, grizzly bears and more