Airbnb: C-Can

C-Can on the water C-Can/ Sea Can/ Shipping container… what ever you want to call it. These containers are making a big impact on tiny homes. With the housing market continuously rising people look for alternates. These tiny homes are great because they are extremely durable, inexpensive and usually recycled. Staying in a shipping containerContinue reading “Airbnb: C-Can”

Packing For: Back County Camping

We are hoping that the Covid-19 pandemic will not totally ruin the summer. Being quarantined means more time to blog. Let dive right into what we usually bring for our back country camping trips. When we say back country its camping on crown land and not in a camp ground. To get to many ofContinue reading “Packing For: Back County Camping”

Montreal (2019) Photo Diary

This weekend was one to remember. Having such a large group of friends makes it hard to get everyone together at once, especially people living in multiple cities but it all worked out in the end. Montreal is such a beautiful city and resembles European cities very precisely. Montreal in on an island in theContinue reading “Montreal (2019) Photo Diary”

Unique Facts About Canada

1. Canada has more lakes than the rest of the world combined. 2. There is a glow-in-the dark dinosaur quarter. 3. V4G 1NA – the postal code for the town Delta, British Columbia. 4. The highest tides in the world can be found at The Bay of Fundy. 5. The license plates in the NorthwestContinue reading “Unique Facts About Canada”

McDonald Lake/McCrae Lake

Being from Ontario, we have amazing opportunities to enjoy the outdoors. Whether it be camping, hiking, fishing or hunting it’s all here with hundreds of thousands of hectares to explore. An ongoing struggle we and many other adventure enthusiasts come across is avoiding the population – touristy spots. Something Brenda and I both love isContinue reading “McDonald Lake/McCrae Lake”