2018 Travel Recap

This year was full of adventures-- both happy and sad. We had some incredible times traveling with and to see family and friends, we explored more areas by motorcycle than in any year prior, we visited nine states, Brian got to experience his first overnight train ride, and I went on two solo adventures. We …

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An Afternoon in Waterton, Alberta

Our second day in Montana we woke up on the eastern side of Glacier National Park, grabbed some coffee and scones from the shop in our hotel, and got ready to set out for Alberta, Canada, so we could see the Canadian portion of Glacier National Park. As we were about to set out, I …

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Discovering Downtown Vancouver

We recently traveled to Vancouver for a quick weekend away with our friends. After an incredible Saturday exploring Stanley Park and the West End, I was looking forward to our second and final day trekking around downtown and over to Granville Island before catching our late-afternoon train home. I woke up early Sunday morning and …

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Vancouver: Stanley Park and the West End

We love Vancouver, British Columbia! We've traveled there several times via car and train, exploring different neighborhoods downtown as well as Grouse Mountain, the Capilano Suspension Bridge, the North Shore and more. It doesn't matter how many times we go--we always discover something new. For the most part Brian and I have gone together or …

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Gastown Crawl in Vancouver

The first time we visited Vancouver we drove through Gastown on our way back to Washington and didn't have much time to explore. We did a mini crawl to a few places for happy hour with the intent of returning and trying some of the places we missed. During our recent weekend in Vancouver we …

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Exploring Vancouver’s Granville Island

The last time we visited Vancouver, we ended our visit at Granville Island. We drove over and parked, took the False Creek Ferry tour, popped in the market just as it closed, and grabbed a late seafood dinner before driving back to Seattle. It was just enough time to realize we needed a lot more time! During …

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Train Rides and Vancouver’s West End

We've been to Vancouver, BC, several times but always by car. It takes about three hours to get there, but since we haven't gotten around to getting our Nexus passes yet we always end up waiting at the border crossing and adding time to our journey. Each time we go we want to return, so …

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An Afternoon on Vancouver’s North Shore

Although we've been to Vancouver several times, each visit has only served to remind us how much there is to see and do in the city and surrounding area. Our first time there we drove to the North Shore so we could explore Grouse Mountain and the Capilano Suspension Bridge. We had a blast but didn’t …

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Day Trip to Vancouver: Granville Island

We drove to Vancouver for a day with my in-laws and lucked out with the weather--the day kept getting more beautiful and sunny as it went along. We ended our time at Granville Island, and there was so much to see and do, only some of which we were actually able to explore, that I thought it …

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