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The Kisser family from Calgary took their new RV all the way to Parksville on Vancouver Island

Couple with two young children and a large RV behind them
Darren and Karen Kisser, with young Noah and Amy, explored southern B.C. in their new RV, making many stops along their route to the coast and back. — Marie Milner photo

I saw the Kisser family exiting their RV in the SuperStore parking lot in Cranbrook, B.C., so I flagged them down to ask them a few questions about their summer travels.

Where’s home for you?

Karen: We live in Calgary, and we’re on our way to Lake Koocanusa (in southeastern B.C.) for a few days of boating before heading home from our vacation.

Where have you been on this holiday?

Darren: We went all the way to Parksville on Vancouver Island, with stops along the way.

What were some of the best things along the way?

Amy: The Cultus Lake waterpark!

Noah: The orcas out on the ocean!

Karen: We all loved Goldstream Provincial Park near Victoria for its bike trails and beauty.

What type of unit are you travelling in?

Karen: It’s a 36-foot 34B Bounder Classic by Fleetwood—we just picked it up in June.

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