December 12, 2017

A big shout out to who selected Cyreiously Canadian as one of the best kid focused blogs :) Please click on the award above if you'd like to check out their website. 

December 12, 2017

"Maybe the journey isn't so much about becoming anything. Maybe it's about un-becoming everything that isn't really you so you can be who you were meant to be in the first place."

May my children forever remember the "un-becoming" and the journey that changed us all.

August 31, 2017

 After traveling across the country, we have all been forever changed and are forever grateful for the friends we made along the way. Thank you for sharing this very special journey with us.

August 30, 2017

Tadoussac is a magical place and the whales that call the St. Lawrence home inspired us to be better, to do better...

The perfect ending to an adventure filled journey,  an awe inspiring wave of a Blue Whale Tail.

August 28, 2017

Carlton Sur Mer was our first stop in Quebec on our return leg.  To break up the 7 hour trip from Kouchibouguac to Forillon, we spent one night in Carlton Sur Mer, a small hamlet along the Gaspe Penninsula.    Wyatt was in heaven, our campsite featured a new playground...

August 12, 2017

I love New Brunswick. I didn't realize how much this province has to offer. It has amazing parks and so much to do for the outdoor enthusiast. Unfortunately, for me the names of many of the parks are so hard to pronounce.  I asked one of the interpreters at Kouchibougu...

August 12, 2017

As I Explore this land

As I explore this land,

I realize that it’s a very big span.

With trees, water, mountains and more,

I realize as I hear the timber wolf roar.

Faraway in the distant world of wilderness and wonder,

That I would soon explore, sun or thunder.

But then afte...

August 12, 2017

After driving across Canada in celebration of our country's 150th birthday, it was very exciting to finally arrive in Prince Edward Island where the Canadian Confederation was born in 1867. While PEI was part of the discussions that led to the Canadian Confederation it...

August 5, 2017

Our final stop in Nova Scotia, was Graves Island Provincial Park, near Mahone Bay and Lunenburg. With a well stocked fridge of local cider and craft beer, we anchored Kermit (our trusty trailer) for our last 4 nights in this wonderful province. Lunenburg, a UNESCO site...

August 4, 2017

We had a fabulous time at kejimkujik!  Their is so much to talk about but lets start with our epic bike ride to the……visitor center? At first we were excited but we were GRUMPY & ANGRY when we found out that it was at least 10 km just to get there. To make things worse...

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Our home away from home is a Forest River, R Pod 172 named "Kermit". Kermit brings a whole new meaning to the concept of "tiny living". At just 17 ft Kermit can comfortably accomadate a family of five and one giant schnauzer. We bring COZY and family bonding to an entirely new level.


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