Aptly named, Mystic beach is a pseudo-sandy heaven on the west coast of Vancouver Island. The beautiful beach is a juxtaposed against cliffs on one side and wild ocean on the other side, and you can only imagine the force of the waves against the rock walls during bigger storms that no one but the… Continue reading Into The Mystic
Christmas in Vancouver didn’t exactly go as planned.. (see video… or skip it and keep reading, it’s way more positive down at the bottom!) I was an anxiety ridden wreck in the big city and needed to rest and recover somewhere highly removed from the bustle of people, cars, cell reception, more people, and the… Continue reading Jordan River
Talk about short lived. The hopes of traveling BC with my guy have been abandoned, please keep in mind that it takes two sets of optimistic belief to make a long distance relationship work. All is well though, traveling BC on my own time will reap its own kinds of special rewards! And Kelowna? Oh,… Continue reading Mountains are calling
Happy post-Thanksgiving return to work week. Thanksgiving is about well, giving thanks for what you have. This weekend I was able to get away to do some R&R in a sweet little cabin by a lake. I packed all the necessities: swim suit, towel, sunglasses x2, shorts, a onesie, and some warmer clothing for the… Continue reading Lac Le Jeune
Anxiety about the past is an ongoing distraction in my mind, my body, my SELF. I wake up in the morning with anxiety about what happened yesterday 5 out of 7 days of the week. So I started researching, exploring my way through how-to, self-help and try-this kind of websites and books. I tried most… Continue reading 4 ways to LET GO of yesterday
This weekend is setting the tone for summer: day hikes and lots of them. With the football season fast approaching camping, overnight hikes and long distance adventures will soon be out of the question. However that’s no reason to stop exploring, adventuring, or seeing what this beautiful island has to offer on a daily basis!… Continue reading Gowlland Tod Provincial Park
Matheson Lake: the trout filled sanctuary of paddlers, hikkers & happy water dogs.