Enderby cliffs, July 2019

Such an amazing and rewarding view from the summit but a grueling hike up to get there. In 2006 the BC Parks took claim to the 2,300 hectares of land that surrounds the rock face and to the east reaching back as far as Reeves lake. Believe it or not the trail is now much […]

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Bluenose Mountain, June 2019

The sky was blue, sun was out and the winds were mild so another local hike was in store for us. I had been to Bluenose Mountain once before some 25 years ago so it was long over due. The mountain itself is an extinct volcano located just outside of Vernon in a small community […]

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Denison Lake and Camels Hump, May 2019

We started out the morning set on a day hike to Denison Lake. From what we read the trailhead starts roughly 14km off the paved road just outside of Lumby, B.C. We followed our “Hiking in the Okanagan and the Southern Monashees” book directions, and once we got to the 7.0 km marker off the […]

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Flying home

Well the day finally came to head home. We had been gone for 52 days now and it was bitter sweet. We were excited to return to familiar grounds and plan our next adventure but also could have continued on with our travels into the next country. Everyone probably wants to know how traveling with […]

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Tel Aviv, Israel

It was a race to get to Tel Aviv before 2:00 pm as it was Shabbat and the rental car place would be closing, and not just for the day but for the following day as well. We rolled in with 15 minutes to spare. The attendant told us we needed to go fill up […]

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