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  • Ferry to Haida Gwaii


    The 2nd early morning in a row to catch a ferry.  This time, we comically repacked our car with our stuff and J & T’s.  Our car seems a bit like a clown car, and even BC Ferries employees seemed surprised that we had 4 adults in the car with all our stuff.  But we […]

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  • Jordan & Tyra

    Jordan & Tyra

    We were welcomed into Prince Rupert by this beautiful couple. Our dear friends Jordan and Tyra will be our travel companions to Haida Gwaii for the next 11 days and we are so lucky to be with them.  They’ve been living up in Terrace since April and we have really felt their absence in Vancouver. […]

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  • Vancouver Island – Courtenay

    Tracey & Dave

    Today in Courtenay we met up with friend and former-coworker Dave, Dogwood North Island organizer extraordinaire. Leaving Dogwood to pursue my travel dreams was a difficult choice to make, because every single person I worked with is a cherished friend as well as brilliant, kick-ass co-worker. People like Dave give me hope for the future […]

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  • Vancouver Island – Parksville


    Cam and Leslie and their darling babes were the first stop on Vancouver island. We spent the night being delighted by the kids, serenading us on the ukelele and piano and a backyard bonfire. They are so big now. It was great to spend some time with them. Being with Leslie was like a balm […]

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  • Lisa & Anton’s Wedding

    Lisa & Anton

    We were lucky to start off our adventure in Coast Salish Territories of the Squamish nation, at Evan’s Lake where we witnessed the beautiful union of Lisa and Anton. It was one of the most creative and inspiring weddings I have ever attended (and one of the longest nights of dancing!) The photos speak for […]

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  • Getting ready to go!

    B & T

    Brent and I are leaving for our trip on July 29th.  Our house is filled with giveaway piles and moving boxes. We both have one week left of work and it’s a mad dash for the finish line. It’s so close and doesn’t yet feel real. Current thoughts:  6 months seems like a lot of […]