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Top 3 Accessible Trails in Northern British Columbia

Prince George is a beautiful city located almost smack dab in the center of British Columbia. The city offers gorgeous sights; but, that’s not the only thing that makes the city a great place to visit, or even, call home… It’s the people. A perfect example of why the people in Prince George are so […]

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15 Ways to Beat Jet Lag

Traveling overseas is an amazing experience… until you’ve arrived home and are DEAD tired at 1pm. You fall asleep in the most uncomfortable position with all your clothes on and wake up in a pile of your own sweat 10 hours later… wondering how I know this? (No I didn’t read your mind.) Unfortunately, this […]

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Top 10 Places to Visit in Canada

“I think every Canadian should have a map of Canada in his or her house. It should be displayed in a place where one can sit and contemplate the wonderful vastness of this land. To understand the identity that exists in our hearts think of our sweepingly majestic home, its quiet, serene beauty. A beauty […]

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Backyard Travel | Raven Lake Hike, British Columbia

Raven Lake is a hike near Prince George, British Columbia. The trail head is located approximately 1.5 hours East of Prince George in the Sugar-bowl/Grizzly Den Provincial Park and Protected Area. The park is a protected habitat for Caribou, Grizzly Bears and many other smaller animals. Raven Lake is a moderate hike, it has steep […]

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Backyard Travel | Teapot Mountain, Prince George, BC

Teapot Mountain, Prince George, British Columbia, Canada Today’s Backyard Travel features a recent adventure I had, hiking up Teapot Mountain in Prince George, BC. Teapot Mountain hike is only 1.4km and only takes around a half hour to hike up yet it’s a challenging hike that certainly gets your blood pumping. Majority of the hike […]

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Forest Fires cause ‘Morning of Darkness’ in Prince George, BC

Forest fires are a common scenario during the summer in Northern British Columbia. Summer tends to only last around 3-4 months but it can be hot and dry because of very little precipitation. One year ago, Prince George, a city in Northern British Columbia, woke up to complete darkness. On July 18th 2014 the darkness of […]

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Skyfest | Quesnel’s International AirShow

At the beginning of August I got the chance to check out Quesnel Skyfest, Quesnel’s International Airshow. (I’m not saying that as if I wasn’t going to go already. ;)) It took off with a bang starting July 31st with a twilight show then two days shows, August 1st and 2nd. The show was highly entertaining […]

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An Adventure Traveler’s Guide to Jordan

Adventure traveler’s destinations don’t come much more spectacular or enjoyable than Jordan. Here’s an adventure guide to Jordan to create inspiration of places to see while in the country. Not only are the locals friendly and very welcoming, but there are numerous opportunities for hiking, cycling, and climbing, both guided and of your volition. The […]

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Destination Guide | Ometepe Island, Nicaragua

Ometepe Island is a volcanic formed island on Lake Nicaragua. It’s formed by two volcanoes; Concepcion, still active and Maderas, dormant. The people of Ometepe have an “evacuation plan” set up in case Concepcion chooses to erupt one day… this evacuation plan consists of moving over to the other side of the island and taking […]