Queensland Rainforests: D’Aguilar National Park

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D’Aguilar National Park, Queensland, Australia The rainforests of Queensland are the largest subtropical rainforests on earth. D’Aguilar National Forest is only a 30 minute drive from Brisbane and yet the forest is an entirely different, wild-jungle world of tropical vines, … Read More

An Autumn Rainforest Stroll

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An Autumn Rainforest Stroll Mount Revelstoke National Park, British Columbia I am addicted to the temperate rainforests of British Columbia. I find peace inside the towering ancient trees. My favourite thing to do in life is to get “lost” inside … Read More

In Search of Incomappleux

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In Search of Incomappleaux In Search of Incomappleux, Mix Hart This the second instalment in a series documenting my quest to find a hidden interior, temperate rainforest with ancient trees–over 1000 years old! The valley I search for is called “Incomappleaux.” … Read More

In Search of a Secret Rainforest

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In Search of a Secret Rainforest I set out with my youngest daughters and husband to find a secret rainforest that I discovered through my research on Earth’s (one and only) inland, temperate rainforest. I am in love with this unique, … Read More

Off To Explore a Mystical Forest with 1200 Year Old Trees, In a Valley You’ve Never Heard Of

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Off To Explore a Mystical Forest with 1200 Year Old Trees, In a Valley You’ve Never Heard Of A quick note to say I’m off this morning in search of a mystical valley with my youngest daughters and Peter. We … Read More

Englishman River Falls Hike, Vancouver Island

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Englishman River Falls Hike, Vancouver Island A saunter through Englishman River Falls Park, with its roaring waterfalls and moss covered giant trees, is most definitely, “…near the heart of the world.” -John Muir My family began our spring break BC … Read More

Family Hiking Tour Of BC’s South Coasts: Lighthouse Park

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Lighthouse Park, West Vancouver, British Columbia This spring break my family decided to spend a week hiking through some of the rainforests of my home province of British Columbia. My husband, Peter, our eldest daughter, Mistaya, and our youngest daughter, … Read More