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Nature of the North - Our adventures in Canada


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RVing to Alaska: Let the Adventure Begin - Crossing into Canada 🇨🇦🚐

Its finally departure day and it is time to turn our wheels North and head Back to Alaska. In this video we give an introduction as to who we are, what we do, and what we will be bringing you this summer while we rv to Alaska and beyond. We also share information on how our crossing the Canadian border went and tell you a little about the Okanogan Valley where we cross at in Central Washington and British Columbia.

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Film Location: Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
Filmed: May 14, 2019
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Our name says it all Pau Hana, which translates to Done with Work, Quitting Time or Happy Hour in Hawaiian. We are Part time Full time RVers - Bloggers - amateur photographer's living the dream. Please join us on our Pau Hana adventures of life.

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{OUR RIG - THE Disco's Stats & Specifications}
2016 Fleetwood Discover 37R (REV Group)
Length: 38'8
Slides: 4
Tank Capacity: Fresh water 100 / Grey tank 75 / Black tank 50
Engine: Cummins ISL9 380 HP
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 100 gallons
MPG: 7.5-9 mpg depending on terrain and altitude.
Chassis: Freightliner XCM
Gross Dry Weight: 33400 lbs
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Solar System: (12) 200w HighTec Solar Panels. (10) 24v Lithium batteries by Battle Born Batteries totaling 500 usable amp hours. Inverters, Solar Controller and DC/DC Converter by Victron Energy.
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The Secrets of Wild Canada - Full Documentary

Spirit bears hold a prominent place in the oral traditions of the indigenous peoples of the area. They have also been featured in a National Geographic documentary.

Scientists have found that black bears are not as effective at catching fish as white bears, as the white bears are less visible from the perspective of the fish. While at night, the two colours of bears have similar success rates at catching fish, such as salmon, during the day, the white bears are 30% more effective.

The Kermode bear was named after Francis Kermode, former director of the Royal B.C. Museum,who researched the subspecies and was a colleague of William Hornaday, the zoologist who described it.

A common mispronunciation of Kermode as ker-MOH-dee differs from the actual pronunciation of the Kermode surname, which originates on the Isle of Man and is properly pronounced KER-mode, which is the usual way to pronounce Kermode bear.

Amazing views in Ontario Canada Rudi's NORTH AMERICAN ADVENTURES 10/20/17 Vlog#1227

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RVing Adventures in Prince Edward Island, Canada [TREKKN Ep 11]

In Episode 10, you got to see some of the amazing sights in Acadia National Park, Maine. But that's not where our journey north stopped.
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Our first stop was at the town of Cavendish on Prince Edward Island. If you are an Anne of Green Gables fan, then you might be freaking out a bit right now. Yup, this is the spot where that show was based.

And let me tell you, you definitely know that once you roll into Cavendish! Everything around there is based around, or references, Anne of Green Gables. It's a fantastic spot and full of natural beauty, as you might imagine.

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We stayed just outside of Cavendish at an RV park called Tranquility By the Sea on the northern coast of the island. Small little place, no frills (other than a pool), but perfect for our needs and a great location to explore much of the island.

Just 5 minutes from the RV park is Prince Edward National Park...or at least one section of it. It actually spreads all around the island, but this section close to us was perfect for viewing some fabulous coastal sunsets over the crystal clear water. And we took full advantage of it.

We also got a chance to explore Cape Tryon Lighthouse on a couple of different occasions (one during the day and one for sunset) where the kiddos had a great time indulging in some cliff jumping and random ocean frollicking. Can't complain about that! Great times, great pics, great footage.

Later in the week, we made a drive about 90 minutes away to the Greenwich portion of Prince Edward Island National Park. This area included a nice path that wound it's way through fields and forest before turning into a boardwalk that crossed some large, shallow lake areas and then ended up at a beautiful sandy beach. It was the best of all worlds and everyone fully enjoyed the adventure.

If you find yourself up this way, be sure to hit these spots that we cover in the video. But also rememeber to hit a Cows Ice Cream shop! Freaking outstanding ice cream made right there on the island. You can't beat it.

As always, thank you so much for watching and for sharing this entire experience with us. We are extremely grateful and are so glad to have you along for the adventure. We want to do whatever we can to get you out exploring the national parks that we love so much. Let us know what we can do to help!

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25 Beautiful Places In The United States You Need To Visit Today

There are a lot of Americans who are fascinated with traveling to Europe. Can you blame them, Europe is beautiful with a rich history and stunning old architecture. HOWEVER (and that’s a big however), the United States is home to extraordinary beauty as well. What it lacks in the historical/cultural department (compared to Europe) it more than makes up with its diverse and stunning natural beauty. From the beaches of Florida and the deserts of Arizona to the rugged peaks of California and the rain forests of Hawaii, there is hardly anything you cannot find in the United States. So if you are itching for travel, consider a trip around America. In fact, we humbly suggest you check out these 25 Beautiful Places In The United States You Need To Visit Today.

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Traveling to the U.S.? Be sure not to miss these locations:

Skagit Valley, Washington
Na Pali Coast, Hawaii
Lake Tahoe, California and Nevada
Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming
Northern Lights, Alaska
Yosemite Valley, California
Horseshoe Bend, Arizona
Badlands National Park, South Dakota
Haiku Stairs, Hawaii
Glacier National Park, Montana
Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco
Grand Canyon, Arizona
Thor's Hammer, Utah
Devil's Tower, Wyoming
Palouse Falls, Washington
Sequoia National Park, California
Thor’s Well, Oregon
Niagara Falls, New York
Smoky Mountains, North Carolina
Hamilton Pool, Texas
Zion National Park, Utah
Maroon Bells, Colorado
Antelope Canyon, Arizona
Waipio Valley, Hawaii
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

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Forest Adventures with Kurt! (being Canadian?)

DISCLAIMER: Not all Canadians are heavy drinkers that explore the woods and barf on the street. Twas a joke. It's all a joke. My life is a big, fat joke. DO NOT START FOREST FIRES.

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Family of 7 Living Completely Off-Grid in Northern Canada!

In this video, we meet Jeff, Rose, and their 5 girls who are living completely off grid on a 40-acre piece of land in Northern British Columbia, Canada. They built their own off-grid house for less than $25,000 with cedar posts sunk into the ground like a pole barn, log rafters, plywood, foam insulation, and a living roof. The house was so affordable to build because they didn't have to excavate or pour a concrete foundation, dig a well, or install a septic system.

They have 2 solar power systems to power everything they need. The first solar system is just one solar panel that generates 12-Volt power for their lights, cell phones, and music player. The larger system is a 2.5 Kilowatt solar power system installed on their shop roof with a lithium ion battery bank that powers their full-sized fridge, a chest freezer, washing machine, as well as a mixer, blender and a toaster. They have a backup generator but they only have to use it for about 40 hours per year during prolonged cloudy or snowy periods.

All of the water the family uses is rainwater collected from their shop roof and stored in a tank under the shop floor to keep it cool. They carry buckets of water into the house for cooking, dishes and showers. To produce clean drinking water, they filter their rainwater in a passive water filter called a Burkey (check them out here:

The grey water from their kitchen sink and shower drains into a shallow grey water field in the backyard.

They have 2 composting bucket toilets and they sprinkle sawdust into the buckets after each use to absorb moisture and prevent smells.

For heat, they cut their own firewood for their Blaze King catalytic wood stove, and for their antique cookstove in the kitchen that they use for cooking and baking.

Jeff and Rose homeschool their 5 girls for a few hours each day and also ensure that their kids are learning diverse life skills like growing their own food, caring for horses, raising bees, and more.

We're very impressed with the clever solutions this family has come up with to make off-grid living seem so easy.

If you want to learn more about this inspiring family and follow their journey, check out their Gridlessness project — they have a blog and a YouTube channel.

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Mat & Danielle


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Canadian Skyline Adventures

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