Author Archives: Hunter Malone

How To Be A Vancouverite in Vancouver

Coming to Vancouver from Calgary, it was a bit of a culture shock, despite being in the same country. Calgary and Vancouver are actually quite different. Over the past while, I’ve consciously noticed a bunch of ways people in Vancouver … Continue reading

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Whistler Trip

We all went for a nice weekend trip away from Vancouver and out to Whistler last weekend. Nope, the slopes aren’t open for ski/snowboard season yet, which is unfortunate because we’re really looking forward to spending a lot of time … Continue reading

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Krazy Kayaking

Hey guys, it’s hunter here. We were in Vancouver doing a bit of shopping at MEC awhile ago. (MEC stands for Mountain Equipment Co-op and they are an outdoor gear and clothing store.) We were doing a bit of shopping … Continue reading

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Grouse Grind, Golly Gee…!

Last week we all went to hike up the Chief in Squamish This weekend we hiked up Grouse mountain. The hike is known locally as the “Grouse Grind”. The hike up the Chief hike and Grouse Grind are very different. … Continue reading

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The Chief at Squamish

Hey guys, Hunter here… Last weekend we went over to squamish, which is on the way to Whistler from Vancouver, to check out the hike up the Chief. About the Chief The Chief (officially known as the “Stawamus Chief”) is … Continue reading

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Lavish Limousines and Living Large in Vancouver

Elliot, Elliot, Elliot… boy did you pull one on us… Seems you’ve been keeping secrets from us, but boy are we glad you did.  Man, what a surprise… So, 3 months ago, back when we were still in Calgary, Elliot … Continue reading

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We’re Back!

Hey guys, we are BACK and better than ever! The five of us (Hunter, Elliot, Lucas, Logan, Owen) have spent the past year planning for the big move… leaving our hometown Calgary and heading out west to Vancouver. It’s been … Continue reading

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