This is the time of year that many provinces are sending out their free travel guides. If you are planning a trip or just want to explore your home province, these guides are a fabulous resource.
Yes, all the info is available online, but I find when planning out my days or longer trips, having the paper guide to browse, is much more pleasant. I then use my phone or laptop to research details, like visiting websites for accomodations, restaurants and activities.
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Heading out on a road trip can be a fun adventure, but it often requires planning and organization. I have put together some ideas to help keep your vehicle organized and functioning for everyone in the family, including your dog (if you have one). All of these items are things that can remain in your car, for easy access. Most are compact or collapsable.
Keep Your Electronics Warm
Winter is here and it's cold! So let's talk about what this does to your electronics, cellphones, tablets, cameras, etc...
When hiking, snowshoeing, skiing or enjoying other outdoor activities, we all like to have our cameras or cellphones on hand to preserve the memories. Have you ever noticed your devices acting sluggish, or the battery draining quicker than normal? Here are some tips to help with common cold weather problems you may encounter.
Cold weather drains your batteries quicker and therefore can lead to safety issues and disappointment.
This travel Tuesday we actually spent the day at Fundy National Park.
Travel Tuesday - Packing for the Beach
There are a few things we always have in our beach bag that you may not think to take, so today for Travel Tuesday, I thought I would share what they are and why we have them. What do you always pack for a day or afternoon at the lake or ocean?