Articles Written By Cherie Thiessen

Paradise Afloat

By Cherie Thiessen on Oct 1, 2015

Between Vancouver Island and the Mainland, at the northern reach of Georgia Strait, at the confluence of Malaspina Inlet and Homfray Channel, lies this paradise, ironically monikered Desolation Sound Park. Read more...

On a Roll through Puglia

By Cherie Thiessen on Sep 1, 2015

At the heel in Italy’s stylish boot is the Salento Peninsula. Part of Salento’s southeastern area consists of the region of Puglia, an area of historic towns, olive groves, fields, broad plains, vineyards and low lying hills. Read more...

Can You Take the Heat?

By Cherie Thiessen on Aug 1, 2014

If you took a week of cruising in and out of hot springs, added a Pleasure Way deluxe RV, whipped up kayaking on the Columbia River, and hiking to the tops of hoodoos, and then folded in camping in private, Provincial, and National campsites, wouldn’t that make a delicious holiday? Read more...

Pedalling in Paradise

By Cherie Thiessen on Jul 1, 2013

Cycling the bike path they call “Le P’tit Train Du Nord,” in commemoration of the train that used to click along its tracks, is already turning out to be spectacular. It made its last run on November 15, 1981, and 15 years later the 200-km trail was opened, stretching northwest from Saint-Jérôme to Mont-Laurier, and reputed to be the longest linear park in Canada. Read more...

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