Skating is a huge part of winter for many, but do you like to skate outside, in the fresh air? I remember as a child and teen spending many hours at outdoor rinks with my family and friends(I practically lived at the local arena as well, for figure skating). I grew up in Quispamsis, NB and always skated on the Kennebecasis River or at the Rothesay Commons.
Now, living in Moncton, and raising my family here, we are learning where all the best spots are around the region for our favourite winter activities. This list of outdoor skating rinks is the start of our Outdoor Winter Activities series. Watch for new activities and roundups of locations coming soon!
Just Ask A Vet is a series sponsored by Maritime Animal Hospital. We recorded 17 live episodes in 2018, and are adding them to the blog this year, along with new live shows on Facebook every few weeks.
In Episode 18 of the "Just Ask A Vet" series with Dr. Susan Malone, which aired last week live on Facebook, we shared information about food, what is not safe for pets and why.
A winter vacation can be a wonderful change of scenery for you and your dog. But like any trip, you must plan ahead and be prepared. We love including Bo in our travels and adventures as much as possible. There are so many pet friendly options these days, from accomodations to businesses that will allow you to bring your dog inside for a walk around.
Do You Know What We Do Here At Everything Unscripted?
Everything Unscripted is our lifestyle blog, started as a way to help people live a more frugal and productive home life. From money saving strategies, recipes and meal planning tips, to travel and supporting the local Atlantic Canadian economy, we have shared our family's adventures in order to help other families live their best life in our region.
Over the past few summers, my boys and I have spent many hours on the road, visiting and exploring our beautiful New Brunswick coastline. As I thought about a theme for a New Brunswick Christmas Tree, my very first thought was to create a tree that represents all those fun day trips and adventures we have spent as a family. Family is our focus this time of year, so we decided to create some ornaments that cherish those tidbits of time spent Discovering NB Beaches. There is so much more to explore in NB, and I look forward to adding more hand made ornaments to this tree each year.
This post is sponsored by Desjardins Insurance. All tips and wording are my own. Sponsored contest is located at the bottom of this post.
Just because winter is on the way, it does not mean you should stop exploring. Winter road trips can be so much fun! Not only are many destinations more picturesque in winter, they often offer off-season rates, additional outdoor activities and an opportunity to explore by skiing, snowshoes, sleigh ride and more.
Fall in New Brunswick brings us beautiful colours and wonderful refreshing days, perfect for getting outside.
Pebble Beach is a such a beautiful spot, fun for the kids, wonderful to photograph and at low tide, lots of space to hike and explore. Pebble Beach is part of the Cape Enrage Nature Preserve just north of Cape Enrage, on the Bay of Fundy in Albert County.
As a mom of two, who are several years apart in age, it can often be hard to find things to do with both kids. Here is my list for a family with various ages of children, with all free activities to do in the city of Moncton!
Taking time to connect as a family is something I really did not realize we needed, at least not until we did it.