No camping for you

Campsites in B.C. provincial parks will be closed to people from outside the province this summer, as officials continue to adjust the rules to the coronavirus pandemic. BC Parks said in a statement on Thursday that non-B.C. residents who already have reservations should call before June 15 to cancel and receive a full refund. Read more courtesy of CBC.CA  

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Your place in the sun

If you’re not familiar with the British travel show, A Place in the Sun, you should give it a go.  You may be able to find shows on YouTube. Ostensibly, the show is devoted to those looking for homes in the UK and Europe, but they do periodically extend to other locales, as well. And, for a taster, they are…

This is specific: abandoned cement kilns

There’s a hike In Pennsylvania that leads you straight To abandoned cement kilns Abandoned places in Pennsylvania often give us unique glimpses into the past Whether we stumble upon the remains of a former POW Camp in Michaux State Forest or the remnants of a former factory at Dead Man’s Hollow Conservation Area. If you’re on the hunt for a…

Parking in Vancouver

Vancouver, British Columbia, is a slice of paradise with snow-capped coastal mountains, old-growth rainforest, and sandy beaches along its shore. It is no surprise that this city, with all its natural beauty, has plenty of parks for all to enjoy. Read more courtesy of TravelAwaits.com  

Somewhere in Montana

Need a change of scenery? We thought so. How about Montana, USA? Life in the Treasure State certainly has its benefits, one of which being the ability to enjoy an amazing vacation without leaving the state. And if the idea of a secluded cabin in nature sounds ideal right now, look no further than this cozy little place. Read more…

The psychedelic hill

Ohio is an unusual state. In pop culture, it is typically portrayed as being rural and quiet. Locals know that the opposite is often true, especially when it comes to hauntings and local lore. One of the weirdest rumors you might hear floating around is the existence of a gravity hill near Cleveland, where a car in neutral will appear…

You’re virtually in Winnipeg.

You may not be here physically, but that doesn’t mean you can’t visit Winnipeg…virtually. Exhibits and attractions are now providing virtual tours of their facilities, while we also have some enticing sneak-previews of blockbuster attractions set to open once things return to (the new) normal. So without further ado, welcome to (virtual) Winnipeg. We know you’ll enjoy your visit (remotely),…

Vin Route

There’s nothing quite like the freedom that comes with taking to the open road for an epic adventure. But for RV and campervan enthusiasts, one of the trickier aspects of a trip can be finding a spot to settle down for the night. With that in mind, US-based company Harvest Hosts has assembled a bespoke list of unique camping experiences…

Not the straight and narrow

Mapping the Gay Guides visualizes local queer spaces’ evolution between 1965 and 1980 At first glance, Bob Damron’s Address Book reads like any other travel guide. Bars, restaurants, hotels and businesses are grouped by city and state, their names and addresses listed in alphabetical order. An introductory note reassures readers that the information contained within the volume is up-to-date, while classifications written in…

One week only sale – appendectomy

In the USA, shopping around for affordable healthcare just got easier thanks to a new federal law that requires health care facilities to publish prices online. The law, which went into effect January 1, 2020 requires hospitals, rehabilitation facilities, psychiatric hospitals and critical access hospitals to post prices online for all the medical services they provide, according to the Centers…

Monster appetite

Renowned for its boutique alpine dining scene, Panorama Mountain Resort is kicking things up a notch with the addition of the first snowcat food truck in Canada. The Snowlicious Mobile Kitchen, a Prinoth snow groomer equipped with professional kitchen, will roam between licensed locations on the mountain and offer a casual alfresco experience right on the slopes. Read more courtesy…

Motorcycle dragon jungle cave!

Sound unbelievable?  Too much to be true?  It’s not.  It’s Adventure Suites. “Adventure Suites is a one-of-a-kind property. We are not a chain and have no other locations. Our fun, themed suites combined with our love for our customers and many add-on adventures make each stay an original adventure. Products and new innovations are painstakingly researched and ordered directly from…

It’s Painesville, not Pain’sville

Visiting Cleveland, Ohio (USA)  is endlessly rewarding… and tourism numbers are up! While everyone should visit Cleveland at least once, it’s perfectly understandable that visitors may prefer to lodge outside of the city. Traffic, events, and more keep our local streets bustling and energetic, a fact that can be off-putting to some. Fortunately, there are many incredible places to stay…

Hold me closer, tiny camper

Ever wonder what it’s like to “glamp” overnight in a tiny house on a Florida Keys island? Visitors can enjoy “glamorous camping” at the Florida Keys’ only tiny house village, a waterfront enclave located at the 75-acre Sunshine Key RV Resort & Marina in the Lower Keys near Big Pine Key. Read more courtesy of sunshinekeytinyhouse.com  

Ogopogo Nessie

For generations, a mythical beast has been said to lurk in the depths of Okanagan Lake. You can’t live in Kelowna for any length of time without hearing about its mysterious lake creature. Ogopogo is to Kelowna what Nessie is to Loch Ness: a yet-to-be-identified cryptid that reputedly resides in the lake’s depths and surfaces just often enough to keep…

Ah, youth

The main image may be a little bit unfair…. The video tells the story of three absolutely sensible guys who decide to fly over the Atlantic Ocean in a Cessna light aviation aircraft. In all honesty, their focus on the task in-hand is impressive, and spiked with some very funny moments, as well as a few scary ones. Good on…

Vancouver maneuvers

Vancouver – a city regularly voted “the World’s most livable”. With breezes that carry the scents of nature and aromas of all the urban delights you’d expect from a city, it’s easy to understand why visitors flock to this Canadian city. When ready, browse vacation packages to Vancouver: https://www.expedia.com/Vancouver.d17…  

Canada is nice. Move there.

Looking for a new place to live?  Interested in tolerance, low crime and healthcare for all?  Then Canada may be the place for you. This article discusses what’s involved. For info, Canada is a country in the northern part of North America. Its ten provinces and three territories extend from the Atlantic to the Pacific and northward into the Arctic…

What’s new, New Brunswick?

Saint John is the biggest city in the province of New Brunswick. It’s a quaint, lively town with an interesting history as one of the first places those loyal to the British fled during the American Revolution. It sits on the picturesque Bay of Fundy, full of sailing boats bobbing around on the highest tides in the world. Read more…

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