Everyday Life with Erin

Exploring the Beauty of YYC

Around three hours from Calgary lives a little cluster of towns: Radium, Invermere, Windermere, and Fairmont. Each place offers different activities from hiking trails to golfing to hot springs. In the late morning, we drove into Radium to take our pups for a hike. Out of the four towns, Radium is the most dog friendly …

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Traveling through the windy roads, encircled by Rocky Mountains and spotting the occasional deer, we arrived in Canada’s highest city: Kimberley. Established back in 1891 and being one of the greatest lead-zinc mines in the world, Kimberley thrived as a mining village. Being aware that the resources would eventually be depleted, in 1973 Kimberley adopted …

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Nestled within the old Mount Baker Hotel in downtown Cranbrook, Soulfood is redefining the restaurant industry. Having both take-out and a sit-down restaurant facility, everything they serve is local and/or organic. It’s a place for vegans, vegetarians, and meat lovers to unite! Moving into their downtown location in 2018, Soulfood also transformed into a food …

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Cranbrook: Mountains of opportunity and the biggest town in the East Kootenay area. Arriving at our new destination, we began our exploration of the downtown, and the food and drink scene. The Heid Out and Fisher Peak Brewing Company As an already established restaurant, Fisher Peak Brewery Company was added to the facility in 2013. …

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Open since 2003, Yamagoya Sushi continues to win the palates of all, being voted the best ethnic and evening dining restaurant in Fernie. The place offers a welcoming atmosphere with friendly servers and prompt service. Having both traditional and fusion menu items, the food is beautifully presented and incredibly tasty. The restaurant does not take …

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A rainy day in Fernie led us down Highway 3 to the town’s one and only brewery: Fernie Brewing Company. This brewery was started back in 2003, by the Pask family in their barn. Relocating in 2007 to their current location just outside of downtown, they continue to brew local, craft beers with an extensive …

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