Monthly Archives: June 2016

Elfin Lakes – Mount Garibaldi

We had an epic day. No, it wasn’t the longest, biggest or toughest hike in Garibaldi – not by a long shot. It just happened to be the most beautiful I’ve done for a very long time – the most … Continue reading

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Whistler

I love where we are – and that doesn’t just mean Whistler – it also means this beautiful off grid forestry camping site, just minutes from the village. We survived a fairly stressful drive from Powell River and now we’re … Continue reading

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On The Ferry

No, this is not a picture of a ferry. This is me – yesterday- thrilled to be on top of a mountain. Today has been a travel day – still is. We are in the bowels of the ferry to … Continue reading

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Mount Troubridge

Today Simon and I hiked to the highest point on the SCT trail. In 8 hours we did about 26K and almost 1000 metres elevation. And all those statistics really don’t mean a thing. What matters is that the hikeĀ was … Continue reading

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Busking

First word of the day: sunshine! Second word: busking! Simon’s plan had been to busk in the park most of the day. But we woke up to grey skies and drizzle and thought, “maybe not.” After all, you need people … Continue reading

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Scout Mountain

There’s a flood of love washing through the SIGmobile today. It’s been a day of love. Warm, kind, fun, delightful, gentle. Simon is playing his guitar and singing – getting ready for tomorrow. It’s a beautiful noise. When he sings … Continue reading

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Rain on the Sunshine Coast

We decided this morning that we’ve really had enough rain. Unfortunately, the weather gods either weren’t appraised of our decision or they were and chose to ignore it. Clearly, we don’t have a lot of pull with rain and sun … Continue reading

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