Kyle Born

Kyle Born

Kyle Born enjoys writing in an engaging way as if you were having a conversation with him. He specializes in storytelling and isn’t afraid of asking the hard questions such as, “Where is your bathroom? I really need to go.” Kyle has held a variety of job titles through the years: radio announcer, voice actor, English teacher, delivery driver, missionary, wedding DJ, comedian and several other things that he may have forgotten because his memory isn’t always the best which is why he writes things down. Kyle is from Abbotsford, B.C., but now lives in Cranbrook, B.C. with his super-amazing wife, Becky. They don’t have any pets because Kyle has allergies but if he sees you walking your dog he will stop and pet it because dogs are cool.

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Valerie Bourne
RV Living

Meet Valerie Bourne: RVwest’s new sales representative

A Q & A with RVwest’s new sales representative

June 2017 by
Lucy and the Lucky Four perform at Lorenzo’s Cafe north of Vernon in Enderby, B.C.
Vernon

Vernon, B.C., is the place to be to see three venues deemed worthy

Hum the sounds of summer from a downtown Vernon park, record store and Greek cafe in the woods

June 2017 by
Music in the Park
Osoyoos

What do an Osoyoos creek, park and garden all have in common?

Osoyoos, B.C., offers a bevy of outdoor concerts to enjoy this summer

June 2017 by
Saskatoon’s iconic Delta Bessborough Gardens provide the backdrop for Rock the River.
Saskatoon

Two mountainous musical events in one prairie city

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, is home to two exclusive concerts that will appease rock and country fans across the country

June 2017 by
A man dances.
Osoyoos

Canada’s only desert contains a pithouse full of history

The Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre is the knowledge hub of Osoyoos, B.C.

April 2017 by
This iconic Prince George figure greets people at the junction of Highways 16 and 97.
Prince George

Is Prince George of B.C. greater than Prince George of Cambridge?

Come to Prince George to witness the 1,000-year-old cedars, 100-year-old homestead and eight-day music festival

April 2017 by
The Argyle dining car is one of the standouts among the collection of train cars at the Museum of Rail Travel.
Cranbrook

Choo-choo! All aboard for Cranbrook, B.C.

Cranbrook’s early years begin prior to the 1900s. It was—and still is—a city that relies on the railway

April 2017 by
Qualicum Beach at sunset
Parksville and Qualicum Beach

Qualicum Beach beckons hermits, celebrities and everyone in between

People have been travelling to Qualicum Beach since 1884, and there’s more to experience now than ever

March 2017 by
Nelson's downtown area
Nelson

The No. 1 small arts town in Canada is decked out for Canada’s big birthday

Forged by silver and fires, Nelson has emerged as an artistic outpost in B.C.’s Kootenays

March 2017 by
A couple drinks wine in Creston
Creston

Creston has more apples than you can shake a stick at

Agriculture and wineries play a huge role in what Creston is all about

March 2017 by
Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.
RV Living

2,800 nights on the road; 180,000 kilometres driven and the same wife for 50 years

From humble beginnings on a poverty-stricken farm to vice president of a large bank, Earl Andrusiak has seen it all

March 2017 by
An antique car is shown at the Fort Nelson Historical Museum
Dawson Creek

Top 10 reasons to drive the Alaska Highway this summer during its 75th anniversary

10 exciting things to see and do when embarking on your summer adventure on the Alaska Highway

January 2017 by
Mile 0 signpost
Dawson Creek

Dawson Creek dossier

The Alaska Highway turns 75 and Canada is doubly as old at 150. Dawson Creek, B.C. will celebrate with a wide array of activities

January 2017 by
A severed toe sits in a shot glass
Dawson City

Do you dare detour to Dawson?

Dawson City, Yukon, is a ways off the Alaska Highway but worth the trip

January 2017 by
Nk Mip statue
Osoyoos

Celebrating summer with snakes, singing and a spotted lake

Explore the Okanagan community’s culture at Nk’Mip Desert Cultural Centre in Osoyoos, B.C.

December 2016 by
The B.C. Provincial Police Barracks is part of the historic buildings at the Fort St. John North Peace Museum.
Fort St. John

Where’s the queen’s beef? Fort St. John

The makeup of Fort St. John has shapeshifted over the years—learn all about this historic city while celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary

October 2016 by
Riding through Verde River, Fort McDowell, AZ.
Fort McDowell

The top 5 essential hiking trails surrounding Arizona’s Fort McDowell

Walk through arid Arizona’s Fort McDowell while snapping scenic pics of creatures and critters

October 2016 by
Avery Island's Jungle Gardens covers 170 acres (69 hectares)
New Iberia

Some like it hot: 5 ways New Iberia is sizzling up the snowbirding scene

Louisiana’s New Iberia is a heat-seekers destination

October 2016 by
Kinuseo Falls is the main highlight of a trip to Tumbler Ridge
Tumbler Ridge

Dinosaurs chasing waterfalls—yep, you’re in Tumbler Ridge

Tumbler Ridge: come for the waterfalls, stay for the theropods 

October 2016 by
John and Shelley Smith stand proudly beside their 2006 28-foot Eagle fifth wheel.
RV News

“Honey, did you see that!?”

From orca encounters to illegal immigrants trying to hitch a ride, the Smiths have seemingly seen it all.

August 2016 by