FIELD TRIP #620 | Enjoying The Hell Out Of Tofino After Most Of The Tourists Have Gone

FIELD TRIP #620 | Enjoying The Hell Out Of Tofino After Most Of The Tourists Have Gone

We know Tofino as a magical place of raw and rugged beauty. It has drawn us back to visit dozens of times over the years, even in the depths of winter. Indeed, the stormy months shouldn’t deter anyone from considering a trek to the west coast of Vancouver Island; Tofino in winter is quieter, moodier, cozier and a welcome change from when it's overrun with tourists in summer. It just feels more like itself without the crowds, but with the same great restaurants,… more 

FIELD TRIP #619 | On Throwing Yeasty Cider From On High In The Basque Region Of Spain

FIELD TRIP #619 | On Throwing Yeasty Cider From On High In The Basque Region Of Spain

by Shaun Layton | Cider, or "Sidra" in Spanish, has always had a bit of a personality issue here on the west coast. With grad party crushers like Mike’s Hard… more 

FIELD TRIP #618 | Sipping On Barcelona’s Fastidious Fascination With The Gin & Tonic

FIELD TRIP #618 | Sipping On Barcelona’s Fastidious Fascination With The Gin & Tonic

by Shaun Layton | A recent visit to Barcelona marked the only time in my life that I’ve ever said, "This place reminds me of New Orleans". It bursts at the… more 

FIELD TRIP #617 | Up Coasts & Under Giants Through California’s Redwoods National Park

FIELD TRIP #617 | Up Coasts & Under Giants Through California’s Redwoods National Park

by Andrew Morrison & Michelle Sproule | Redwoods National Park can be a little confusing. It's huge - some 540 square kilometers - and spread out along the… more 

FIELD TRIP #616 | Over The Mountains And Through The Forest To Drink Beer In Bend, OR

FIELD TRIP #616 | Over The Mountains And Through The Forest To Drink Beer In Bend, OR

by Shaun Layton | Imagine going to a small city in BC’s beautiful mountains to find that you could eat and drink there just as well as you could in the… more 

FIELD TRIP #615 | Unique Restaurant Patio On Vancouver Island Keeps Elements At Bay

FIELD TRIP #615 | Unique Restaurant Patio On Vancouver Island Keeps Elements At Bay

We checked out the new, 20+ seat patio at the aptly named Shelter restaurant on a recent trip to Tofino. It's a surreal spread, especially in any sort… more 

FIELD TRIP #614 | The Franks Get A Case Of The Munchies On Their Whirlwind Brazil Trip

FIELD TRIP #614 | The Franks Get A Case Of The Munchies On Their Whirlwind Brazil Trip

(via) It's long been one of our fever dreams to go on a gastronomic ride across the many food scenes of Brazil. The Franks just blazed their own trail with… more 

FIELD TRIP #613 | Brothers Capture Their Incredible, 45 Day Vietnam Adventure On Film

FIELD TRIP #613 | Brothers Capture Their Incredible, 45 Day Vietnam Adventure On Film

This past September, filmmaker Georgy Tarasov and his brother roughed it through Vietnam for 45 days and came away with this remarkable short film, timed to a… more 

FIELD TRIP #612 | First Look Inside “Kuma” – Tofino’s New Japanese Comfort Food Eatery

FIELD TRIP #612 | First Look Inside “Kuma” – Tofino’s New Japanese Comfort Food Eatery

by Andrew Morrison & Michelle Sproule | We took a trip to Tofino on Vancouver Island over the weekend to check out Kuma, the new walk-in-only casual… more 

FIELD TRIP #611 | Hunkering Down In Winter With Work, Wine, And Food At Bodega Ridge

FIELD TRIP #611 | Hunkering Down In Winter With Work, Wine, And Food At Bodega Ridge

Last winter some of the Scout crew went on a staff retreat to a log cabin at Bodega Ridge on Galiano Island, a 22 acre getaway owned and operated by a really… more 

FIELD TRIP #610 | Local Sake Expert Miki Ellis Eats & Drinks 10 Great Things In Japan

FIELD TRIP #610 | Local Sake Expert Miki Ellis Eats & Drinks 10 Great Things In Japan

Sake pro Miki Ellis of Aburi Restaurants (Miku, Minami, Gyoza Bar) recently went on a two week trip to Japan with Mariko Tajiri of That’s Life… more 

FIELD TRIP #609 | Awesome December Adventures On Every Vancouverite’s Doorstep

FIELD TRIP #609 | Awesome December Adventures On Every Vancouverite’s Doorstep

by Ryan Slater & Zach Berman | December is one of the best months for adventure in Vancouver. While the masses trek through shopping malls and take… more 

FIELD TRIP #606 | On Drams Of Ardbeg And Drinking Songs On The Scottish Isle Of Islay

FIELD TRIP #606 | On Drams Of Ardbeg And Drinking Songs On The Scottish Isle Of Islay

by Shaun Layton | Islay is a dream trip for whisky fans. It's a small island - the southernmost of the Inner Hebrides (population 3,000+) off the coast of… more 

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