July Inspiration: “To see the summer sky is poetry.”
Vancouver has a pretty outstanding selection of restaurants. The quality of dining and food in this City is simply unreal.
So how do you take it to another level?
You take it to the sky.
I suffer from acrophobia – an extreme or irrational fear of heights – but I am also an advocate for experiencing new things. Exploring BC has found me standing on elevated rocky outcrops, crossing extraordinary suspension bridges, and flying above the clouds in helicopters.
But nothing quite beats the adrenaline rush of aerial adventure. Take a look at some of the amazing shots and videos I took while zip lining back and forth between Whistler Mountain and Blackcomb Mountain!
How do you make your first trip to Whistler, BC memorable?
Go on a date,
…to the top of a mountain,
…in a helicopter.
June Inspiration: “Distance is not for the fearful, it is for the bold.”
What’s the most terrifying thing you’ve ever done?
For me it was packing up all my belongings, saying goodbye to my family, my friends, and my dog and moving to a new city without having a job or any sort of direction planned for my life.
That was two years ago.
Time certainly flies.
I’ve lived in Vancouver, BC for almost two years now, and I’m almost ashamed to say that I haven’t ventured further than the lower mainland in and around Vancouver. So last weekend, when I took an evening drive out on the Sea to Sky highway to Porteau Cove Provincial Park, I realized just how much of Beautiful British Columbia I was missing out on.