Bloganuary: What is a road trip you would love to take?

Sunset over Ferry Creek, BC

What is a road trip you would like to take?

One of the most beautiful road trips my husband and I took was from Bellingham, Washington to Vancouver, British Columbia. It was never on our radar. We didn’t know what to expect.

At the time, two of our four children lived in Bellingham, Washington and Vancouver, WA. We would fly from Austin or San Antonio, Texas into Seattle (SEA-TAC). From there we would either drive North to Bellingham to see Kyle and Chelsea or South to Vancouver, WA and see Tyler, his bride Gabi, and our g-babies Finnegan and Linnea (not yet born in 2018).

From the scenery to the people we still talk about going back to Vancouver, BC, but this time we would like to go in October for whale watching or December to go skiing.

A trip back – Take me back! Take me back to a time (November 2018) before pandemic and to road-trip this trip again. That would be perfect.

Murrin Provincial Park, Squamish, BC
Murrin Provincial Park, Squamish, BC
Squamish, BC
Furry Creek, BC
November 6, 2018 – Capilano River Regional Park
Capilano River Regional Park
Whistler Ski Resort, Whistler, BC
Whistler Sliding Centre
The Olympic bobsled team was practicing in 2018.

Capilano River Regional Park is a spectacular park located in North Vancouver. It’s just a couple of minutes from the base of Grouse Mountain.

Coal Harbour, Vancouver, BC

The view from our balcony on the Harbour. Incredible five-star hotel, amazing cuisine and truly the time of our life.

Comment below and share. I can wait to read about where you would love to road trip to.

Bloganuary: What is a road trip you would love to take?

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2 responses to “Bloganuary: What is a road trip you would love to take?”

  1. I love Vancouver, BC! So beautiful!
    The road trip I would like to take would go from here (Fort Collins, CO) north through Wyoming to Yellowstone, across Idaho, along the Columbia River to Portland, OR, and then north to Seattle.

    • Wow, what an incredible, and I’m sure beautiful, road trip. I imagine how settlers did it back over 100 years ago in a wagon or on horseback. Thank you for sharing! 🥰

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