Filmed July 10, 2016

Just a quick little glimpse at our night out around the bay just off the East Coast Trail for a friend’s birthday. We were meant to go whale watching earlier but the boat was out of commission so a few of us just gathered for a campfire scoff & chat.

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~ Cee & Gee

We did something super risky and survived it – and since we filmed it, we can share this rare footage of ice bergs with you.

Filming Date: End of June, 2014


Never get this close to ice bergs. We took a calculated risk knowing what could happen. We’ll never do anything like this again and we discourage anyone from attempting to get this close to ‘bergs.

Ice bergs can calve or roll at any moment.

The tip of the ice berg really is small compared to what’s underneath – the entire thing is a floating mountain.

Large pieces of ice weighing tonnes can break off from above.

Though it was risky, what a thrill it was to see ice bergs so close and hear the water fizz like it was perrier!


Filming Dates: Spring/Summer 2013 & 2014


We spent a lot of time hiking & camping the East Coast Trail in Newfoundland in 2013 and also 2014. This is an amazing trail system with spectacular views including wildlife sightings such as whales, sea birds, and moose. We would hike for hours and only see a few people even on the most gorgeous summer days. You really have to check it out if you’re into hiking or trekking. There are great camp spots already set up or just haul over and make your own – as long as you leave no trace.


Filming Dates: July 1 to July 23, 2012

These are our stories from our self-guided adventure tour of Canada. It’s not quite #VanLife, but it was #roadlife while we tripped across Canada, moving from Vancouver, British Columbia to St. John’s, Newfoundland in the summer of 2012. Our road trip accommodations included staying with family in Vernon and Calgary; camping in Saskatchewan and along Lake Superior. Staying with friends in Winnipeg, London, Toronto, Kingston, and Montreal. An unexpected stay at Motel Leo in Grand Falls, Newbrunswick. And topping it off with a sojourn at the cabin on Thorburn Lake, Newfoundland. 

OH, we didn’t have this website when we filmed these so don’t mind the “Team Cougar” branding, it’s still us!

This is the route we travelled and where we stopped along the way: