[Explore w/Noah] East Harrison FSR | Backroad GPS Discount!!

We went out exploring along East Harrison FSR. Starting from Sasquatch Provincial Park along Harrison Lake, all the way up to Nahatlatch Camp Site and out to Boston Bar along Highway 1. The whole trip took about 6 hours with stopping in between. Check out my route on Gaia GPS: I started using Gaia GPS…

[Explore w/Noah] Alberta Road Trip

It was a semi-impromptu trip from August 28th to September 2nd, 2018… Socialization haven’t been smooth in my quarter-life year. I didn’t want to rant out all the details of how the mistrust evolved between two people in opposite genders. In short, I left someone else’s wedding half-way because the boy who took me there…

[Explore w/Noah] Molybdenite Ridge + Nahatlatch Camping

I used to be quite against camping due to the lack of clean shower and comfy bed… However, recent years, as I grew more into the nature with Noah, camping became one of the items that top my 2018 bucket list. In search of Molybdnite Lake, on August 11, we took 5-hour drive along Highway…

[Explore w/Noah] Squamish to Indian Arm

I am so behind in posting. Noah went through some fixes and upgrades. Now equipped with a Game-changer lift from Metalcloak and 35″ tires, we are definitely more capable of crawling through rocks. Last Saturday, we merged onto Sea to Sky highway towards Squamish. Finally get to explore these mountains without trace of snow! I’ve…

[Explore] Harrison V-Rock

I had a few hours to kill before picking up Noah from a shop in Langley, so J decided to bring me along for some mountain / lake 20 minutes away. A few weeks ago he put in an ARB Old Man Emu lift kit and front bumper. The upgraded 4Runner haven’t been on gravel until…

[Explore w/Noah] Levette Lake & Lillooet Lake

BC is still quite frozen in March. We decided to spend the weekend in Whistler. For some unknown reason, I couldn’t seem to get my snowboard muscles back. We brought snow gears in case I changed my mind – which I didn’t. There are many beautiful mountain trails in Squamish that we can explore. We had…