Shops, eats and places to take kids in British Columbia.
As much as we Seattleites die a little when people say “Pike’s Market” instead of “Pike Place Market,” it’s probably a little the same up in Vancouver when people think Victoria and Victoria Island are the same place too. As neighbors to the south, we know that Victoria Island does not exist, but Victoria on […]Read More
The other day we were driving up to Vancouver from Seattle when a new Tesla Supercharger popped up on our navigation dashboard. Apparently a new Arlington Supercharger opened up a little while ago to add one more charging option along this drive route and we thought we would check it out. We usually stop in […]Read More
This Vancouver with kids list is long overdue! I get asked about Vancouver family travel at least once a week and I always type up an email or facebook message to the requester and then forget to write this list for my blog. I grew up in a suburb of Vancouver BC, Canada and we […]Read More
Have you ever been to Richmond BC? Perhaps you’ve passed through on your way north from Seattle to Whistler, or maybe you’ve had a flight from Vancouver airport and stayed overnight here somewhere, or maybe you, like me, also know that this is a gem of a city and it’s worth a stay all on […]Read More
A weekend or two ago, the husband had a conference in Vancouver BC, so of course we tagged along. I love hanging out in my hometown and we’re always torn between catching up with friends and family and just playing around in one of the coolest cities in the world. Thankfully this was a weekend […]Read More
When people ask me about what to see in my hometown Vancouver, BC the first thing I always think about is the food. Vancouverites love food and there are so many fabulously interesting things to eat there that it is hard to choose what and where to eat. We love so many Vancouver restaurants but […]Read More
Windy turns and hidden bakeries, scenic pull-outs and switchbacks reminiscent of the old Sea-to-Sky highway from Vancouver to Whistler are all reason to drive the Chuckanut Route that hugs the coast from Mt Vernon to Bellingham for about a 30 minute drive. With small kids and family up north, we were always in a rush […]Read More