When the Fog Lifts

My family and I often go on hikes. We love exploring the different mountain trails that living in vancouver offers. When my husband and I were first married we lived in Windsor, Ontario. If you have ever been, you will know that there are no mountains to be seen or oceans to explore. When we … Continue reading When the Fog Lifts

Nurture with Nature

A big goal in my family with my children is to let them experience a natural childhood. To us that means, playing outside, getting dirty, and not relying on “stuff” to entertain them but to be able to entertain themselves. For people who do not have young children you might think this comes naturally. All children … Continue reading Nurture with Nature

Snow Shoeing at Manning Park

In January we took our toddlers to Mount Seymour and to Manning Park to go snow shoeing. Seymour was 20 dollars for our family to use their trails and Manning Park was free. Seymour took 45 minutes to drive to from our house and Manning Park took over 2 hours to get to.  http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/ecmanning/ http://www.env.gov.bc.ca/bcparks/explore/parkpgs/mt_seymour/ We … Continue reading Snow Shoeing at Manning Park

The Wandering Toddler

This is a new segment we are adding to this blog to provide our some reviews and some advise on local hikes and trails to take your family on. My goal is to provide helpful tips and suggestions for each hike our family goes on. From whether the trail is stroller friendly. Things you should … Continue reading The Wandering Toddler