Monthly Archives: March 2012

One Day of Winter

This year it snowed a few times, and the temperature did drop more than usual, however we only really got one snowfall where the boys got to go play in the snow.  The rest of the time it was just enough to … Continue reading

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Why pick a hobby?

Many times in my life I have picked a hobby, sport or skill and excelled at it.  Learning about, practising and spend enormous amounts of time whatever one thing I was currently focused on.  If I planned to compete in the Olympics or be … Continue reading

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Just the Neighborhood Park

I always find myself blogging about the hikes, rides and stuff we drive to do and never about the day to day.  The reality is as much fun as these adventures are we spend most of our time at local … Continue reading

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First Ride of the Season

With the sun out it seemed like the perfect day to take the road bike out for the first ride of the season. I have missed riding, it help keep me in shape, get a short vacation (even if only … Continue reading

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Dinner at the Beach

Emerging from work the sky was bright blue, with the occasional white fluffy cloud.  It was a little cool (5 degrees), but weather like this demanded more than the usual evening visit to the neighborhood park. Since having kids restaurants seem to … Continue reading

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Family Bike Ride

With both boys sick on the couch Friday night, the plans to go snowshoeing Saturday quickly dissolved.   However as Saturday progressed, their full energy had returned and they were ready to get outside (begging at times).  Not wanting to be too far … Continue reading

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March Boler Update

The progress has been slow.  Since moving the trailer to a friends house, where it is so much better to work on, progress has slowed.  Life has gotten in the way and getting time without the boys (I don’t like … Continue reading

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Planning the Ultimate West Coast Adventure

Living in BC bears are a common part of camping, and on occasion I have even seen them around the Lower-mainland.  A few years ago I heard about the Spirit Bear, then in 2011 a video of a Black bear with … Continue reading

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The Wiggly Bridge

Surfing blogs one night and my oldest son (4.5) peaks over my shoulder and sees a huge suspension bridge.  Just wide enough for one person to pass across at a time.  He imediatly gets excited and wants to go there.  Getting on a … Continue reading

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Cypress Falls 2011

We have chosen not to camp every weekend, but that doesn’t mean we can’t get outside.  Cypress falls is a great local hike.  Leaving Langley we were their in just under 40 minutes, as it is just off the freeway.  Pulling into … Continue reading

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