Archive of posts tagged "sunshine coast"

The Restaurant at Painted Boat

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Disclosure: Review — This is not a paid post. Views are my own. Our meal was compliments of The Restaurant at Painted Boat, however we paid for our own drinks/wine. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

Getting over to the Sunshine Coast is so easy, it’s a wonder why we don’t cross over to the other side of the “604” more often. From downtown Vancouver it’s a quick drive up to the Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal (where you only pay one-way), about 40 minutes for the crossing of Howe Sound, and […]

Wedding Shows 2013: Vancouver, Abbotsford, Langley, Richmond, Victoria, Sunshine Coast

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Two lovely ladies in my life are engaged to be married to the men that make their lives complete. Being involved with both ceremonies, I have had wedding on the brain for the last few weeks and have put together a list of upcoming bridal shows that will help brides to be plan their special […]

Camping Around Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley, Sea to Sky, Sunshine Coast

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Summertime when I was growing up meant family camping trips. We’d pack up our van, head across BC, pitch our tents, and swim in lakes. It seems harder and harder to “get away from it all” as we grow older and have kids of our own. Quick trips aren’t usually that quick and take a […]

Townsite Brewing in Powell River

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I was recently flown up to Powell River, at the top end of our gorgeous Sunshine Coast, to visit a local icon that is in danger. Along the way I met Karen Skadsheim, owner of Townsite Brewing, Powell River’s first brewery that will be tapping its first keg later this month. Located in historic Townsite, […]

An Afternoon in Sechelt

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Disclosure: Review — Journalists were not paid to participate in this trip however airfare was covered by The Watermark. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

Earlier this summer I was invited to Sechelt along with other media to check out the site of the new Watermark development. After working with residents to plan these new seaside condos, developers were ready to show off the buildings’ designs and locations. We flew out of the sea plane terminal in Coal Harbour and […]