Rock the Cassiar

Today we cranked the tunes and hit the road. We made our way out of Whitehorse and drove as long and as far as we could making our way down to British Columbia and the infamous and beautiful Cassiar Highway. Andrew did most of the driving because I’ve picked up a little cold and am not...

Civilized Wildlife

Last night we awoke out of a dead sleep, hearing a noise and feeling a nudge to the van. Well, I did and then I woke Andrew up in a frenzy. We felt it tap us again on the rear this time (well I did, Andrew asked if we imagined it). We were parked on the far edge of town and it was only 12 am....

Goldilocks+30 bears

Up at the crack of dawn this morning and were off for what we hoped to be an amazing trip. Today we were going to go fish with the bears. I know that earlier I said that we’d leave fishing to warmer climates and the bear tours were on the pricey side but today we’re doing both. We...

Dempster Detour

This morning started off with a tour group stopping by the Tombstone Mountain Park sign where we were parked for the night Рwe were busy munching down breakfast in the front seatbefore hitting the road. We were looking at them looking at us while their guide was doing her talk. I felt...

A Bit Sheepish

This morning we awoke early to the sound of intense rushing water that is Athabasca Falls. We arrived late last night as the sun was setting and decided to call it a night in the parking lot. The falls are impressive and quite fierce – developed as a result of the glacier shearing large...