Barbies, Drinking in the Alley and Quebec City

By Remy ( photos by Liz) It should be noted that this blog is a team effort: while my prosaic stylings describe our experiences, it is the artful photography and design aesthetic of Liz that, like herself, makes these periodic publications so easy on the eyes. We continued to be conscious that we had passedContinue reading “Barbies, Drinking in the Alley and Quebec City”

Travel Friends, Getting Naked in Toronto and Grass

By Remy We said our farewells to Andrew and Rachel in St. Catherine’s which, like so many farewells have been on this journey, seemed somehow more portentous. I am not sure why, but with us now being unmoored, the prospect of meeting people again seems less certain. The fact is that we last visited hereContinue reading “Travel Friends, Getting Naked in Toronto and Grass”

Living our “Superior” Lifestyle

We finally left the prairies and clambered up onto the Canadian Shield in Whiteshell Provincial Park in eastern Manitoba. What a change! Coming from the driest province in the country, it is a wonder to enter a part of the world where the lakes are a seemingly endless string. Liz had done some research andContinue reading “Living our “Superior” Lifestyle”

How Does it Feel to Sell Everything You Own and Live in a Van? Do You Miss Your House?

The short answer is:   It feels incredibly freeing and NO, I don’t miss our house. After a very fulfilling life of parenting, sales meetings, home renovations and lavish dinner parties I am ready for a simpler life of adventure, nude sunbathing, outdoor showers and palm trees, lots of palm trees! Remy and I had aContinue reading “How Does it Feel to Sell Everything You Own and Live in a Van? Do You Miss Your House?”