Category Archives: Adventure

Importing our Bongo Friendee Camper Van from Japan

With two kids now – getting out of the house for adventures has become a bit more challenging…more people, more stuff, more time, more crazy! I was brainstorming ways to make it easier for us to get out…and so I asked Cam what he thought about a camper van. We had considered one a few…

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Travelling to Haida Gwaii – Costs and Itinerary

For those of you contemplating a roadtrip to Haida Gwaii – Here is our itinerary and what we spent on the trip! 12 days, 2700KM, and about $2590! Itinerary Day One: 583 KM Victoria to Greeny Lake Rec Site Day Two: 725KM Greeny Lake Rec Site to Smithers Municipal Campground Day Three: 348KM Smithers to…

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Kagan Bay, Sleeping Beauty and the journey Home

After leaving Mosquito Lake, we ended up driving right onto the last ferry of the day back to Graham Island. Talk about timing! We decided to go and check out Kagan Bay Rec sites just outside of Queen Charlotte. There was one site left – so we grabbed it. The next morning, we drove the…

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Camping at Mosquito Lake, Haida Gwaii

We arrived at Mosquito Lake in the rain. After talking to the folks at the Queen Charlotte visitor centre about the logging roads – we decided it sounded pretty straightforward. We stocked up on food and gas and then caught the 4:30 ferry to Moresby Island. It was about a 50 minute drive over 25km…

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Paddling the Yakoun River, Haida Gwaii

One of my all time favorite things is spontaneous adventure. After hiking the Golden Spruce Trail, Heather and I were driving back down the logging road intending to eventually get to the vistor centre in Queen Charlotte. We were 5 minutes down the road when we looked out the window and were like – what…

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