We welcome you into our family life and hope you find some inspiration for your own adventures in the backyard or beyond.

Photographs from our various adventures can be found in our Gallery section.

Our latest adventures, as well as memories from past travels, are located on our Adventure page.

If you are interested in our current daily life – cooking, renovations, gardening etc. – please check out our Life page.

The Homeschool page is dedicated to our weekly lesson plans/check lists and the resources we use.

You can also find us on Instagram @kidsonthetrek

We welcome all our followers and encourage you to reach out to us with any questions or comments you may have. Thank you for following our adventures.

Our adventures in a nutshell:

We are a family of 4 currently living in Nova Scotia, Canada. After meeting in Ibiza, Spain – where our son, Goose, was born – we moved to Canada. We settled in Sidney, BC for a few years and used it as a base to explore much that Vancouver Island had to offer before having our second child, Monkey, and departing for a whirlwind adventure through Scotland, England, France, Spain and Germany. Where upon we returned to Canada, bought an old RV (Brian) – which we put into storage before heading off to Thailand for 4 winter months. After returning yet again to Canada, we set off from Sidney, BC for our cross Canada trip which eventually landed us in Nova Scotia, where we continue to seek out local adventures from the comfort of home.

Lara – aka Mum / Wife

  • Main Blog Author
  • Pancake baker
  • Lesson Planer
  • Existing on Coffee and Hugs

Steve – aka Dad / Hubby

  • Main planning director and photographer
  • Family Cook and Cake baker
  • DIY renovator
  • Existing on Coffee and Cakes (homemade)

The Kids – aka Goose & Monkey

  • General Merriment and Mayhem
  • Existing on carrot sticks and cookies

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