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Panorama

by admin on March 20, 2013

These are from a recent weekend in Panorama. Yes, we went there to ski, but the eurobungy was a big hit with the kids. A fun thing to try out and less than $10 ;) Panorama is hands down our kids favourite ski resort. It is truly set up for families and there is lots to do besides ski. It is a must do trip for us every year. We usually go in April–on one of their last weekends–but, this year, we went in March because our April travel schedule is pretty full.

A little fun in the snow before we head to the sand and the sun of Belize. The kids are arguing over who will blog. I am crossing my fingers that the wifi in the house we rented works :) Watch for a steady stream of travel pics starting Saturday ;)

~ Dana

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Postcard From Pughville: Flying Fish

by admin on March 3, 2013

Truth be told, one’s a killer whale and one’s a seal…so, not really fish at all. Actually, Icelandic mammals :) But, that didn’t have the same ring to it ;) From this weekend in Panorama.

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Wild Play, Victoria

by admin on August 1, 2012

While we were in Victoria, we decided to take the kids to Wild Play. We saw the flyer for it on the ferry from Vancouver and the kids begged us to take them there. And, you know what…it was pretty awesome. Georgia did have issue with it and it took her awhile to gather up her courage and face down her fears, but when she did she was so proud of herself. Jack begged us to go back…which we tried to the next day, but we misunderstood the rules…so to clarify for anyone who might find themselves with a small child wanting to go further than the kid route…you can be a minimum of 7 years old, BUT(and this is a very big but) you have to be able to reach higher than a certain spot. And, our very tall 9 year old son only reached a few inches above said spot. Soooo…my only complaint would be that I think they should change the minimum age to something a bit more realistic. I don’t know any 7 year olds who are reaching that high. Just saying…cause there were tears. Of course, that is only because they loved it sooo sooo sooo much. If you are in BC, check this place out. Worth the price of admission.

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Victoria Bug Zoo | Oh The Places We Go

by admin on July 13, 2012

I’ll admit it…I wasn’t too gung-ho about the Victoria Bug Zoo, but my kids begged and we relented. Boy, were we glad that we did. It was small(but so are bugs), but the staff were super duper knowledgable. AND, there were so many cool bugs. Bugs my kids had only read about in books or seen on websites. They were especially excited to hold so many of them. And, when you couldn’t hold one, the guide was quick to point out why so there was no complaining. Jack’s favourite thing was getting a Giant Millipede moustache. He says a close second was getting a close up look at a Giant Stag Beetle. Georgia was incredibly eager and held every single bug that was available for her to hold–and, that included a lot of bugs. Bob and I were pretty fascinated with their extremely large ant farm which was incredibly impressive. We also found a great deal of fun in trying to find the stick bugs hiding in the branches in their tank :) We would say that this is a must hit up spot for families with young kids visiting Victoria. It’s a nice thing to do on a hot afternoon…right before you hit the ice cream shop ;)

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