road trip : british columbia

Screen Shot 2014-07-17 at 9.26.37 PMIf you can recall this post from the beginning of last summer, my mum and I flew across the country to see the house that she thought she had fallen for. What then ensued felt like an episode of Catfish. At first, the home appeared to be my mum’s dream house. In person, it was a different story, and was very rough around the edges to say the least. Typical Catfish. After flying back home and reconsidering it, my mum changed her mind and fell in love with it one more time. Then she purchased it! Although she would never admit it, she’s a hopeless romantic.

Screen Shot 2014-07-17 at 9.25.01 PMThese Instagram photos were taken during our last trip. If you would like to see exactly what we are up to, then you can follow me here.

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Until Friday!

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Emory

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  2. Sounds like your mom is a hopeFUL romantic! 😀

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  3. Hello I love those pictures.

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  4. Where are you in BC? I’m from BC, it’s a lovely and safe place. :)

    Danica
    http://danicatan.com

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     /  06/03/2015

    I’m sure you will have an amazing trip! Safe travels. Take lots of pics.

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