Canada Road Trip Vlog | Driving from Ontario to British Columbia

Canada Road Trip Vlog | Driving from Ontario to British Columbia

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So. We are now packing. This. Is our luggage, for two weeks, for. Four people, one. Dog there's, more in the front -. Check. This out oh my, gosh, lots. Of bags, lots. Of food. More. Bags stuffed. Anywhere, where, there's space so, here we have Togo, he jumped, in the car he's. Ready for his road trip ready. To see all of Canada he looks so happy, well, good. Morning good morning guys. We, are kicking off this, road trip it's happening, it's happening so, the planet I feel like we haven't really explained this we. Came, up with the idea to do this last-minute road trip with my family with my parents with the dog so, we're gonna be driving from Ontario. To, BC, British. Columbia, for those who don't know. Yeah. Sam so promise, I've. Been there in over ten years I'm so excited to go back yes. It's, gonna be fun I've never been there before it's gonna be four, days of driving to get there so, yeah we're gonna show you guys the, road trip and then once we get to BC we're gonna be doing lots of hiking visiting. Lakes mountains, nature. So. It's gonna be a good time and then on the way back we're, planning to travel via. The, US if we can get across the border with, this dog and we've got an excited dog in event you need to see the dog. Turn. Shepherd, he. Is ready. For, the, road trip so yeah we are all packed, up and we're, gonna take off we're gonna see Ontario, today let's do this. Hey. First, stop of today we've made it - it's. A parry sound so we've been driving for a few hours for, a picnic lunch I made some sandwiches yeah, I got home some chick actually haven't seen any of these you guys made them oh nice it looks like salami, and cheese some. Nice-looking bread, he's. Got some, vinegar chips, but. The all get settling down a bit got a little hyper and so far on the journey but. Uh yeah a. Whole, lot of driving left to do. And. Mrs.. Holmes for the night we made it to our first, cabin. Hello. Welcome. To, pancake. Bay Ontario. It's. Been a long day how are you feeling, Sam behind the camera, I'm exhausted exhausted, it's been tiring you know the, dog hasn't done well today. We've. Had to stop I don't know how many times, maybe. 10 times for the dog like the dog has diarrhea. Kick. Off a road trip um we, think he was maybe just like a little bit nervous and, anxious this, morning, because. Like, he knew something was, up there received cases, all over the house and then, like we, took off to go pick up the car rental from the airport this morning he was left by himself, so. Yeah. He's a bit of a nervous pop, apparently, or maybe. But. Regardless, there have been a lot of stops for Togo today yeah. Um but, he did well you, know he, asked to stop when he needed to even like yeah like I need the bathroom yeah um but then he was fine he would just like stare out the window enjoy. The scenery you know yeah. Enjoy the the air blowing in his face the wind blowing in his face so. It's been a good trip so far, and. Yeah we've just checked, in to, our cabin, we're gonna eat something I have some dinner and just, relax because sitting, in a car sitting. In a van all day long is surprisingly, tiring, it is. Enjoying. His evening. Walk. And. It looks like he's feeling better he's, looking, peppier. Running. Around he, even ate some right. Definitely. Looking happier. Look, at that. What. Are you doing. Why. Are you tired. What. About all the times he had in the car I. Caught. You nothing. Well. Good morning it is the start of day, 2, to. BC, it, was. Home for the night he rented a cabin for, four people and the. Dog and. The. Dog stretching. We didn't do a whole lot here, we just slept, and, yeah, we were up at 6:00 finished. Making some sandwiches for the day so, we thought we would give you a little tour starting. With her bedroom. So. Yeah this was home for the night, yep it. Was cozy, enough. Definitely. Coziness and the dog is. Inspector, Gadget everywhere. Our living area we had a big couch a, TV, that's. The dining. Area kitchen. Area. Over here we're just making a little breakfast, before I hit the road making. Some coffee. But. Yeah that, was the cabin we arrived here late. And we're leaving early so, yeah just we. Just got here to sleep and basically. The road this morning. We. Have made it to White, River, City, this is our, second. Stop of the date we've already stopped for gas once, before in, wahwah, so we're just walking, the dog giving, him some water gonna, have a quick little snack and yeah. It's a pretty foggy morning, today but I think it's slowly starting to lift and.

Yes. It is another day of driving we're going to be spending at most of today, in, Ontario, again, if you can believe it it's gonna take two and a half days to get out of Ontario this. Province, is awesome. Update. From the road, update. From the road the weather has changed. We had some Sun and now we're back in the fog all. Kinds of weather today yeah, okay, you. Had your breakfast at 9:30, this morning yeah. How was that it's, good it's a sandwich in a chocolate bar mm-hmm. And the dogs just been chilling in the back. Well as much as he's able to chill which, is a little bit every once in a while and how many hours of sleep have, you had since yesterday, I fell. Asleep probably like six or seven at, night by. The Green Hornet, okay 6:00 p.m. I woke up with like three in the morning wide-awake, I insist. That you went back to bed until 6 a.m. and, then I had another nap. Here in the car probably at 45 minutes Toby I think he's lying I think he slept 14, hours. He. Says no Sam sorry. You're on camera me Toby we, rely camera besitos. You. Like no just give you don't give you a visitor. Wow. This. Is the dog after. 10 hours on the road tsing, I'm so done with this we. Need to stop Oh. Fancy. Turkey. So. This, right here is our, cabin, this is where we're spending the night, right. In front. Of the lake and. Yeah we're just taking Togo, out for. A little walk we also need to stretch our legs, after, spending ten hours in a car. So. Yeah, let's. Go on down. I'm. Just thirsty stop, throwing pebbles in the water. So. Time, to wrap up day, two on. The road to, BC, so. Still. In Ontario, Ontario. And. Tomorrow we're still gonna be an Ontario where are we. We. Are on, Webb, Egan Lake somewhere. Between rabbuna. And Dryden and we found a place called an Kay's web viewing cabins, which, are online, really. Beautifully. Like you, can walk right down to the lake yeah, and and it's a really spacious cabin, and get Harrison to what we had last night it's a lot nicer we. Have three, bedrooms yeah well give you a little tour in the morning yeah for now we. Had our meal we had like chorizo cheese, crackers, and wine yes, we walked down to the lake the dog splashed in the. Door swing. By accident, yeah, he was just drinking water and kind of like inching his way forward, and then there's like this big drops, yeah it's like yeah. Went. In I got I got, the fly the Jones for the first time which was awesome yeah and, I mean we arrived just, before sunset, so, we've just been able to relax and enjoy hanging. Out by the water and, this is this cabin in terms of location is a hundred times better than last night okay. Seriously, great like I almost, wish we had two nights here so you just enjoy have, like kayaks, yeah. Kayaking. On the lake, I got Charlotte Aaron kayaking it was incredible, so anyways. I think we're gonna call it a night soon, yes get some rest and we're gonna have another yeah tomorrow, show you the full tour of the apartment in the morning yes sounds. Good. Good. Morning guys day, three so as we promised we would show you our cabin so yeah take a look here. Nice. Little stove. Really. Cool rustic, dining dining area, those. Legs are handsome. Wine here, like a nice boy. Get cheese with crackers, but dilly means spicy, chorizo in fact yeah.

So. Just a very simple, twin. Bedroom very, cozy I slept, like, a baby when you woke me up at like 7:00 this morning I, was like. Part. Of it is the location it's so peaceful and quiet out here but part of it is just the fact that we've been putting in so many hours on the road this is one of them. I. Love the walls it's like the lawn come, into here and you. Know. Sundeck. They're. Doing some Renaud's now so it won't be like this if you guys. Show. Up here yeah, um but Wow check out that Lake yeah, beautiful. We actually had one more bedroom yeah. So. Three bedrooms last night I think I said I had, space for five people it's actually six it. Had two double beds and two singles. Bedroom. Living, room with, TV yep. Couches. This, is the bathroom. A. Little foggy someone, just had a shower yeah that's me just, a standard little shower though yeah anyways. Perfect. We, want to hit the road we've, got three, provinces in, one day when, a native the mine yes, so we're leaving Ontario you're going to Manitoba, and then we're finishing, off in Saskatchewan. Oh. God, driving yeah so I believe it's nine and a half hours, without breaks yeah, so you're probably looking at more like 11 or 12 we'll be walking the dog a lot no son let's get going. Laskey. Pasa. -. My little bus. Now. That we have, come. Into the province of Manitoba. One. Thing that is really noticeable, is, that the way the, vegetation, has changed you know all, those big, plantations. Of pines and. Almost. Disappeared, and now, we have a practically. Small. Trees, and, different. Kind of trees the vegetation. Is really changing quickly, no. Legs and no. No. Huge, pine, trees like we, were seeing in Ontario, before you know. Time. For an update time, for a little update so we're getting close to vagina, we'd like blasted. Through Manitoba, huh took us to enough days to get through Ontario in just a few hours to get through Manitoba, flat, roads the whole way and yet. The senior he didn't really change like we started off with a little bit of forest we, crossed through Ontario and to Manitoba, and then it became flat like a pancake and, it was mostly like farmland, so it's a completely different change. Of scenery along the way mm-hmm, I'm just having a picnic here at the dog picnicking, from, the little place to rest for about an hour and a half away from Regina, which is going to be our final stop final, destination. For tonight for, tonight before, we head all the way to Calgary, so yeah. It's been a good trip today we've covered. A lot of ground and. Looking. Forward to arriving, soon having good sleep tonight and now let's say hi to togi, let's see if you want to be on camera talking, say. Hello Sookie, hello. I'm, free, I behaved. So low today when they turned on DAC for me. Well. Hello and welcome, to day four of our roadtrip, we didn't really film a whole lot in vagina last, night we basically rented, an Airbnb. And yeah we were riding pretty tired so we just checked in through. In the luggage to the dog for a walk and had a quick dinner and went to bed yeah. But today is day four we're going to be reaching Calgary. Yeah. Right, now we're in the town of Morris. We've been driving for about two hours this morning. It's, not as flat as it was yesterday it's, starting to get a little more hilly. Slightly. Lately, yeah, so, yeah it's been good overcast. Day it is freezing cold yeah and we'll be we'll be crossing until, averted today that's. Awesome yep. How. Do you feel so gate D after driving, across Canada, for four days. Picking. Up, okay. So it's, time to continue this video because I feel like we press the pause button for a day and a half yeah basically. Morini for my sister actually to, arrive in Calgary and I was hiding around the corner. Sweeping. Yeah. But now that she's here we're going to be continuing the road trip out to BC, so, like yesterday, we did a little bit of sightseeing, around Alberta. But now we're gonna finish off strong so. We have about three hours left to drive over. Across, the Rockies, and yeah, we're gonna show you what that's like because we got a little taster, yesterday, and it's beautiful.

Well. I think we can say it welcome to home, sweet home where are we welcome to my home province of British Columbia guys, this is my first time in Invermere looks like a beautiful town and we're, gonna show you the house that we're staying in yeah so this is gonna be our little base as we explored BC, and Alberta but, before I, just gotta show you how big the property is let's check this out. Surrounded. By forests, yes it's, just wonderful for the dog the dog will love this yeah so let's go in and I'll show you the apartment. Oh. The. Cabin. This. Chalet, the. Country, home this place is pretty big so this, right here is our bedroom looks cozy, yes it does look cozy. Massive. Closet we didn't actually bring lots of clothes on this trip it just carried I wouldn't even use it a lot, of cool. Barn. Sliding. Door football suite bathroom, gotta love this there's, also there's. Also a second bathroom for the other guests and your sister looks. Good yeah, and we're. Going to show you the, upstairs. Okay. Here. We go. As. Well inside. The house for the house, well. He's having fun. It's. Huge so we've got one kitchen table one. Dining, area yep, coach. Boardgames, and start to stuff this, is what the main living area much, bigger living area, please. I love the decorations here, this is yeah but. I love the the craftsmanship, here of this, yeah. Your table it's beautiful, that's awesome, yeah just really, nice hole in. Here it's very, cozy have, a really nice table, mm-hmm. Huge, kitchen and we'll. Finish off by, showing you guys. The. Deck. Wraps. All the way around here, we have a nice view of the property. If. You come along this way. If. You come along this way you can see. This. Is where we're gonna be staying but yeah we're, just happy to be here and we're, gonna really enjoy this place.

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안녕하세요~ 사무엘과 오드리님^^ 브리티시 컬럼비아에서만 5년 살다가 지난 달 7월에 서울로 컴백했는데요.그 곳에서 로드트립했던 온타리오. 퀘백. 알버타..캐나다가 무척 그립습니다♡ I miss Canada♡

We drove to Colorado in1987, ten of us in two station wagons, one of whom was seven months pregnant, wow. Have fun.

I'm from the UK and Canada is definitely one of the places I would love to visit, it looks so beautiful.

Doggone! - A road trip!

Indeed! Thanks! :)

These are totally great views along your trip, Canada is Amazing!

Thank you very much! We'll be showing the mountains, rivers and lakes tomorrow.

Dog: Can you cut back on that Peruvian food, please? Think about my ass.


wow lol yes the dog needs his own channel lol

We need to make that happen ;)

I'm from Saskatchewan and live in Ontario now. Saskatchewan has many lakes, they are just not right off the highway. Saskatchewan has roughly 100,000 lakes.

That's a really good point to know! Mostly as you head north in the province?

Fantastic! I drove with a group of friends and our teacher from Toronto to Vancouver, many years ago but will always remember what a beautiful country Canada is! Just curious, seeing as we have all watched you both take planes, trains, buses and ferries what is your preferred method of transportation?

Thank you! Ah, that is cool to hear about your trip! If we had to rank them it would be trains, ferries, buses and planes. We prefer overland when possible but do appreciate that we can fly half way around the world in half a day on a flight. How about you?

I love how close you are to your family and how you include them in your trips. It is so much fun to watch all your videos (I follow Audrey’s Spanish Chanel too). I recently went to Austria and I followed most of your suggestions and advices. Thank you

Thank you very much! Great to hear about your Austria trip :)

11:32 'Togo huevon'

+Samuel and Audrey - Travel and Food Videos hope you guys come back to perú soon, can't wait for more of your videos take care!


Nature, nature, nature! Beautiful Canada! Always a pleasure seeing your vlogs guys....

Thank you very much! Our next video is going to show all the places we visited :)

Awesome video. Be good if you could visit some smoke bbq houses in USA and for Audrey's dad to give opinion. Feeling tired .....The fresh air will make you tired also.

Thank you! Those barbecue places sounds awesome!

Such a great road trip with beautiful sceneries of Canada

Thank you very much! Our next video we highlight the mountains, lakes and rivers we visited. Ah, if only our Mom's wanted to be on camera. I suppose our Dad's more than make up for it ;)

Folks here in the US don't appreciate how large most Canadian provinces are, and how there are not always super direct routes through them. My wife's aunt married a Canadian engineer who built projects out in the bush. They had a home in the Vancouver area and another place in Kitimat, BC. When she told us it took over 15 hours to drive between them, our reaction was "HUH?!?!?"

Samuel and Audrey - Travel and Food Videos And something like >90% of the population in those provinces lives in the southern 5-10% of the land area, if I recall correctly?

Wow! That is quite the distance. Yeah, the province in Canada are massive. In particular Ontario, British Columbia and Quebec. We only have one tiny one which is PEI which is just an island.

If I won a holiday and could choose any trip it might have been the coast to coast Canadian adventure but having watched this I would go for a particular place in Canada instead. Maybe the same rule would apply to all road or train journeys of that type for me.

Thank you! Coast to coast would be incredible. I think the classic journey for that would be Halifax to Vancouver or vice versa. We'd love to do that journey someday but I think we'd prefer train over driving :)

Ah thank yoU!

6:02 - You can never have too many naps

Hehehe...I like the way you think!

You guys are so much like us In Oz , 10 hours is no worries to drive anywhere , the Europeans hace an anxiety attack at the thought , they would have to make that at least a 2 or 3 day trip ... I once told a Belgium guy we drive from our place , way south in the bush , to the airport in Sydney and it's a 6 hour haul , he tells me it can take him 6 hours to get through traffic in Brussels to get to the airport ... Funny old world

Hahaha...that is so true! In Canada and Australia a 6 hour drive is nothing and maybe 10 is not that far. I mean if you're going to go cover any length of ground you need at least 2 days of driving.

Dont even need to finish watching the video to comment and like. You guys never disappoint

Ah, thank you very much!

Hey Sam & Audrey really enjoyed seeing the different parts of Canada! One doesn't see or hear a lot about the farm land & flat parts of Canada much! As always great video & really looking forward to your next one! Take care & safe travels!

Thank you! Indeed, the two provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan aren't covered as much by travellers. We sure enjoyed the variety of scenery and getting to spend time together. Our next video will highlight the lakes, rivers and mountains we visited.

Aloha, Canada is a big country

Aloha! Thanks, it sure is!

Audrey is your mom camera shy ?

Love to all of your family.

+Samuel and Audrey - Travel and Food Videos thanks for the answer you guys.

Both of our Moms REALLY REALLY don't like being on cameras but we're lucky our Dads love it.

That's amazing! He actually tells you/paws you when he needs a bathroom break?? Great training!

Thank you! We're sure lucky for that....haha

Love to see your adventures and travels. How exciting that Togo

Thank you! It was an adventure bringing the dog along. Yes, we did get to go go Banff and many other places in the surrounding area. Our next video is going to showcase the lakes, rivers and mountains we visited.

did you know you can give dogs pepto my vet said so and i have 8 dogs

6 tiny yorkies, one palmie, one grand fur baby rat terrier

That is good to know! That is incredible you have 8 dogs. What breeds are they?

Maps & info might have been nice...

Thanks, we'll try to include that next time.

Guys this was a really nice video because I am Canadian and you guys show my country, what beautiful scenery...Togo is so cute I used to have a German Shepherd so this breed is special to my heart. Waiting for more videos...Hi to your dad he is a natural

vancouver and quebec city

Thank you very much! Where is your favorite area in Canada? He'll definitely be making more appearances. Thanks :)

That sure is a long adventure. The doggie is so cute, Thanks for sharing this great video

Thank you! It was a VERY long trip but we all enjoyed it. Having the dog come along has been awesome. He's kept us on our toes..haha

For some reason I thought Sam was from New Brunswick

Thanks! You have good reason to believe that since my parents now live there and I visit them often but I've actually never lived in New Brunswick.

This road you were driving on it, does it start in Quebec? Interested to know ti if It's possílle to drive from Quebec to Vancouver in the same highway!

Thanks! Actually you can go as far east as a big city called Halifax. That would be the ultimate road journey from Halifax to Vancouver :)

Wow! What a beautiful landscape throughout this road trip! I loved it! I am impressed how Togo behaves himself so well! Loved the pizza from Pizza Hut you got (as well as Togo, as far as I noticed he was very interested in the pizza

Thank you! It was a very scenic drive. Togo would have definitely had a slice had I let him ;)

I am just wondering. Do Canadians stop for gas like the Americans do or do they stop for petrol like the Brits.

Thanks you for this info - Samuel and Audrey - Travel and Food Videos  I really love to watch your videos and especially Togo (being a German lol).

Ah, we tend to say gas more often but with that said one of the biggest companies is Petro Canada.

That was fun.

Thank yoU! :)

So lovely to see you both traveling across Canada.

Thank you! I really wish we made it all the way to Vancouver on this trip. Wow, that is really cool to hear! That sounds like what my parents did before I was born coming all the way from New Brunswick. Breaking it up over 10 days would be ideal. We put in some long days to get there in just 4.

LOL..Pancake bay ? She is kidding right ? and Togo is so cute...

LOL, we've got some funny names in remote parts of Canada! Another one that comes to mind is Happy Valley-Goose Bay.


Thanks! :)

Are you driving a truck? That thing is huge.

It is a big van that we rented for 2 weeks. We needed it for the dog to stretch out a bit...haha

If you guys are still in Toronto or Ontario I can tell you the best pizza/Italian places to eat and burgers/mexican

Thanks! Please do let us know.

6.10 should have done boob attack to the face

Beautiful video, love the cabin tours & the scenery. Will you be visiting Washington state? Happy travels!

THank you very much! We'll enter the US through North Dakota :)

Did anyone else see this kind of trip on the schedule? Domestic travel seems so exotic! LOL! So brave to take Togo which added wildcard to the mix. Looking forward to the US leg of the trip.

Thank you very much! It was a fun spontaneous trip. The US video will be out in a few days.


Where one can get the Earrings? You look beautiful. Both of you :)

Thank you! Audrey got them at Forever 21.

Audrey, Audrey, Audrey ... lets be honest, the contributing factor to the dogs loose stools is Sam's driving.  A little bit of humor there.  I cant wait to get me some more Canada.  Thanks for sharing.

LOL, poor Togo ;) Thank you! We'll be showing all of the lakes, rivers and mountains we visited in the next video.

Beautiful drive!

Thank you!

The views are so beautiful... ......and that dog is so cute..........

Thanks! It was great having the dog along :)

Sam, you've always struck me as a man with an odd sense of style but these outfits you put together for this video were just comical. Thanks for the fun video's you guy's!

Thank you! LOL, I do have an odd sense of style and I think I upped the odd-ball-ness in this video ;)

Doggy Road Trip! Yeah! When will your Japan videos be coming out?

Thank you! Japan will be finally released next week :)

I miss Canada so much

Hope you can come back soon.

Yeah so glad to see you guys are back!! missed seeing you...! ya my favorite chips Salt and them.

Ah, thank you! Definitely the best flavor!!!

Togo Inspector Gadget! woohoo

Hahaha...awesome you got the reference. I thought I might be dating myself quite a bit by saying that ;)

I stand corrected: your dads AND Togo need their own YouTube channel.

Hahaha...thanks! That would be awesome if all 3 created them. We'd subscribed for sure :)

omg come to winnipeg. :)

Ah, we'd love to next time! It was our first time in Manitoba and all we did was drive.

Togo is like me .. super excited ☺️☺️ .

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Cool to hear. He sure does get excited!

Love this road trip vlog guys! The hubs and I are going to be in Toronto in October and currently watching your guide video to help with planning:).

Thank you! That is exciting to hear. October is coming up soon. I hope there are some nice fall colors and weather when you arrive.

Great road trip I was expecting you to stop in show us the history of the city's but oh well but looking forward to seeing bc. Great vlog

Thank you! Our next video will be us exploring BC and Alberta in-depth. Working on the edit right now :)

Marvellous shots of nature.canada is beautiful

Thank you very much! It has been great to travel a bit in Canada.

Wow! The roadtrip alone would have been enough for me - that scenery! Though i do appreciate it must have been a bit bum-numbing - i live in a country you can cross in a day, so its hard to appreciate how huge Canada is☺ Can't wait to see the rest of the trip. Audreys dad has a wonderful accent - does the family speak Spanish at home?

Thank you! It is unbelievable how big Canada is. We only went out west. We still have the north and east to explore. At home it is combination of both English and Spanish and often mixed in the same conversation...haha

I love road trips! Though, I will say, traveling with a dog is always a lot of work. I go on road trips a lot with my golden retriever and she can be a lot of work to take care of (especially trying to find a place to stay for the night which accepts dogs). But amazing video, as always! Togo is so adorable!

Thank you! That is such a great point. We had quite a bit of trouble finding accommodations for the dog with both cabins and airbnbs. It definitely took extra effort to travel with the dog.

Yessss I am number 462...awesome Argentine T-shirt!

Hwy 1 from Calgary to Revelstoke is so beautiful. More beautiful than 93 imo. I am so waiting to see your next video.

Yes that section of Hwy 1 is gorgeous. In 2 years we have gone from Chilliwack BC to Olds, Alberta 6 times because our daughter was at Olds College. I hope your road trip is great. Cute doggie! Our Bernese Mountain dog made that Alberta trip with us twice.

Thank you! Ah, would love to take that road next time.

If you're still out west, it would be awesome if you did a meet n greet in Van before heading back.  Would love to meet you in person, and bring Audrey's parents too :)

Wowwwww, what a small world! I'll have to let her know, it's funny how we're all interconnected. I would love to see more of Vancouver one day. Our trip to the Rockies was just a little taster of what BC has to offer. We're thinking we'll have to do a longer road trip next summer. :)

Samuel and Audrey - Travel and Food Videos I would have loved to meet you inVancouver, it's too bad you're not coming all the way here. Audrey, I noticed not that long ago that you are Roxana's niece! We went to the academy 'La Trener' together back in the day to prepare for the university exam. I even know your grandma and remember her place really well! Your aunt is such a nice person! Fond memories!!!

+Samuel and Audrey - Travel and Food Videos look forward to it. I'm normally a silent viewer but thought I'd actually post for a change. I always look forward to your videos. :)

Thank you! I wish we were making it all the way to Vancouver. That might be a future trip we do together.

Very nice environment. A family trip with the dog but.... children are missing. Where are the children? lol.

love to see a little audrey and samuel!

Thank you! Hahaha...children would certainly add more chaos.

4:10 they feel sad, bc they know they'll soon be alone. Our dog gets so stressed that we now pack our stuff last minute. Poor

Ah, that must be it. We'll have to try a similar strategy next time.

Hi guys! I'm glad to see you again! Nice trip..... Canada. ....good luck!

Hey Marius! Thank you! Hope you're doing well :)

I never realized how femanine samuel actuelly looks lol

Needs facial hair, lots of it, pronto!!!

Sorry, I just realized you're a male. No, no insult. Just fact sharing. Thought you were a female who needed some eye tonic atm.

+qwertyisfantastic lol is that a insult to me ? I diddent ment anything bad before.........

He's a gentleman, the kind a woman wants to be around 24X7. For eye tonic, I recommend Akis Kitchen channel for you.

I’m excited! I love seeing Canada.....beautiful country ❤️

Thank you! We'll be showing the lakes, rivers and mountains we visited in our next video :)

glad your back

Thanks! We're glad to be back :)

Yahoooo....... m first

Thanks for being first! :)

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So beautiful..this vlog is the best vlog i have seen. Thank you so much.

Thank you very much! We had a great trip :)

고맙습니다! 브리티시 컬럼비아의 고향에서 살기 좋았습니다. 곧 다시 캐나다에 올 수 있기를 바랍니다.

That's awesome! What a trip that must have been!

Thank you! Hope you can soon!

Who's driving?

OMG! Your shirt! So sweet, Audrey =) Love from Buenos Aires. You are sooooo awesome. Thank you so much for your videos!!

Jajaja Your dad had to to repeat the speech in both language to xD I nee his channel to!

Thanks! We appreciate his patience with that and he does need his own channel!

We all took turns.

Thank you very much! We miss BA so much.

Hi all nice dog

Thank you! It was nice to have the dog with us.


Awesome video guys! Love ya!

Thank yoU!

I love you guys plus your videos ! So great!❤️❤️❤️

Great video! One thing i didnt the second cabin why you use the bedrom with separate beds instead of the other with a couples bed?....

I think we gave Audrey's parents the extra room.

+Samuel and Audrey - Travel and Food Videos im from argentina....with my girlfriend we follow your channel...grettings to your father....tell him that he needs to do his own channel....we are fan of un maestro!!!!.....very nice videos guys!!!

Wow. How much did you spend on gas, cabins...? Beautiful

Great video! We are thinking of doing a similar road trip from Ontario to BC but would like to take 30 - 40 days and stop a lot along the way. Anyone know where the best places to stop would be?

That would be a great trip! I'd suggest spending more time out in Alberta and BC and going faster through the prairies.

Can't stop watching your videos! You guys are awesome! Greetings from Romania :)

Looking at doing the same thing any chance you could forward info on the house you stayed at in BC

Thank you very much! We miss Romania. Where do you live there?

Which highways you took or a lot off side roads and you made a orderplace for the cabin or you just come and pay for the night

quel vehicule avez vs utilisé?

We do it the American way. Fuck Brits.

I am very happy to love to see your travel. I have a plan this summer, so a little exciting to watch you guys.

Thank you very much!

Canada is very beautiful. Super views from car. The dog is very cute.

Thank you very much. It was a great family trip.

This video is amazing. What's inspiring me to build a business is the thought of travelling & road tripping, whenever I need motivation I re-watch this video & think that if I work hard now in the winter I can afford a trip like this (though I'll make it last longer) in the summer. I'm only 18 years old though I want to travel the world. I had a small 5-day road trip last summer though I want to blow that out of the water this year with a few week cross country trip & maybe even go through America.

Thanks Jorden! That is fantastic to hear. Wishing you the best with that.

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