• Scooby Doo the Boler Before: 3ten.ca

    Project: Scooby Doo the Boler Before

    Scooby Doo the Boler Before – check out the state and condition of this 1977 fiberglass trailer. As most of you know we had two adorable pups – Bella and Lily. They’re part of the reason we turned to RVing since it’s a fun way to travel and take them along. In 2017 when we got our second Boler, our first Overhaul, and Lily was along for the ride. She came with us on 6 trailer hunting trips. She was a trooper. Scooby Doo was…

  • Beacon Hill Park: 3ten.ca

    Travel: 3 Days in Victoria

    Yes, 3 days in Victoria! That’s honestly all you need. This city is less than 100,000 people and it’s easily walkable if the weather is nice. Looking for a place to say? Check out this place in the harbour. We visited Beacon Hill Park and saw so many plants, flowers, and birds – it was so much fun. Plus, a nice needed walk after our hike. Check out how colourful this peacock is – he came right up to us. I’ve heard they can be…

  • Royal British Columbia Museum: 3ten.ca

    Travel: Royal British Columbia Museum

    The Royal British Columbia Museum is a great place to spend the morning if you’re out and about in Victoria. Plus, the IMax is usually a fun experience. Royal British Columbia Museum On the day we visited, May 17, it was the very first day of the Mayan Exhibit. Pretty neat seeing as how we just visited Mexico this past winter. Something that was interesting is that on the plaques on the walls, like at most museums, they had little stories. Well, some of them…

  • Victoria Eats: 3ten,ca

    Travel: Victoria Eats

    Victoria eats 2019 – some of our favourite places to eat in Victoria. We had some places we didn’t enjoy so much (Cafe Mexico, Be Love) yet they’d still get a 6/10. Just not worth it in my opinion. All of these places below – at least an 8 or 9, if not 10 out of 10. First up, La Taqueria Pinche Taco Shop. They’re open late and offer some upscale tacos that bring some big flavours. This is the same chain from our Vancouver…

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    Travel: British Columbia Parliament Buildings

    The British Columbia Parliament Buildings are the centre of Victoria – it faces the harbour and ties the city together. In Alberta, the Legislative Buildings aren’t as central, since they’re tucked away and sort of out of site. I like how in Victoria the buildings aren’t shy. Inside you can get free tours or take yourself on the self-guided tour – they have a lot of info on their visiting the legislature site. The older I get the more fascinating I find the political history…