The first summer I introduced my husband to Canada was in 2008. I drove him through the lower mainland to the Cariboo, then the Rockies and back through the Okanagan region. He loved the nature, the beauty of the varying landscapes and the thought of one day leaving the metropolitan, high-rise, condensed space of the city to a more remote … More 24 Hours of Light – Need to sleep
Just 21 kilometres north of the City of Fort St. John the North Peace Fall Fair kicked off on Friday 14 August with event entries, dance lessons and live music. Saturday was a day filled with horse, sheep, dog, cattle, tractor shows and exhibition booth judging and ended with the annual amateur talent show and family dance. … More Fun at the North Peace Fall Fair
I always imagined deer to be the Northern cousins of the kangaroo. They both can jump very high, both have similar faces and ears…maybe a little different in body stature but, both are essentially herbivorous, both are hunted for their meat and unfortunately they are as intelligent as each other when it comes to standing on the road watching headlights speeding towards … More Deer vs. Kangaroos – which would you rather see in your city?
What does the Canadian Forces Snowbirds, CF-18 Demo Team, Super Dave Mathieson, John Melby, Manfred Radius, Stefan Trischuk, Brent Handy, Marcus Paine, Geoff Latter and the Flash Fire Jet Truck all have in common? An evening of amazement, sky-high excitement and another bucket list tick, as I have never had the privilege of attending an … More Fort St. John International Air Show
A quick side trip to Bear Flat Market last week resulted in a bag full of fresh, homegrown North Peace vegetables. About 25 minutes from Fort St. John, down Highway 29 towards Hudson’s Hope, sits the picturesque valleys, flats and the Peace River that make up Bear Flat. Even if you are not interested in vegetables the … More Bear Flat veggies and the beautiful North Peace Region