EhTravelBlog

June and July 2016 were chalked full of outdoor activity so we could soak up as much sunshine and hot summer heat as possible! We celebrated the beginning of July and...

Mom and Dad T made the long trek to Yellowknife in June; just in time for the longest day of the year and the anticipated “Midnight Sun”. Since Yellowknife is located...

Diamond mining was first introduced in Canada in the early 1990’s when geologists discovered the diamond-encrusted kimberlite pipes in the Canadian North. Currently, there are three major diamond mines in operation...

The Long John Jamboree marks the end of the Snowking Festival and the official beginning of Spring in Yellowknife. It is a quintessential Canadian outdoor experience complete with a Long “John”spiel...

In mid-March we had the pleasure of hosting our first visitors to Yellowknife: Adam’s brother and sister-in-law, Bryan and Nicole! It was an action-packed week that truly highlighted the magic of...

The month of March brings new life to Yellowknife and the North. As the days become longer but temperatures remain low, the cold days are enhanced by bright, cloudless skies. For...

By the time we got back from Dallas in November, winter had already arrived in Yellowknife and with that came a series of exciting new adventures… As winter came rolling in,...

Our first month in Yellowknife (October, 2015) was quite the whirlwind! We lived out of our tiny car and tiny cabin for another week and a half after our arrival, started...

On our second stop-in to Edmonton, Alberta, we stayed at a beautiful old home in the trendy neighbourhood of Strathcona. We explored the city by bicycle and foot and met up...

On the sunny Thanksgiving morning, we packed up our things from Oreland Motel in Flin Flon and hit the road for Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Under the big blue sky, we thought...