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 in our lives. In November, we headed out on the road to travel indefinitely.
A major life update – we’re going on the road indefinitely as digital nomads earning a living online. Here’s all the info about our plans
While we didn’t move this year or even leave British Columbia much, we still had an awful lot going on. For one thing, November marked our five year anniversary of living in Canada together. Work changes, visitors and lots of outdoor adventure – here’s all the highlights of our year!
A few things I have picked up after a half decade in Canada
The magnificently mountainous Okanagan Mountain Park offers both hiking and paddling opportunities in the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia. Read on for our own paddling experience plus a mini planning guide for your own Okanagan Mountain canoe trip!
For Canada, Penticton offers a pretty mild winter. Snow occasionally falls and then disappears a few days later, maybe a week tops. For this reason amongst many others, Penticton is a great place to visit in weekend. Here’s a little walking tour of Penticton’s Okanagan lakefront area in winter.
An overview of our year – some amazing ups and one major low
Gladstone Provincial Park is a beyond the beaten path wilderness area in British Columbia, Canada. Surrounding the northern shores of narrow Christina Lake, this provincial park offers rustic canoe camping experiences for paddlers.