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Gender Reveal Ends With A Bang2m02s

Gender Reveal Ends With A Bang

The time had come. Ryan and Megan had chosen that they wanted to know the gender of their baby. Three months into her pregnancy and she was getting eager to know whether the new little Ferguson was going to a boy or a girl. Of course either way that little baby is going to be loved more than anything. With both sides of the family quite close this was a very exciting time. Megan's sisters had thought hard and done all the planning of the type of reveal this was going to be. Ryan and Megan wanted this to be a big surprise for them. Kelly and Dana got very creative and even had rules. Upon the game commencing the noise and anxiety rose for almost everyone in attendance. Ryan had friends from elementary school, yes his kindergarten class, and Megan had many of her close friends as well. Elsa ,Ryan's step mom had prepared an incredible meal for all the guests making this a wonderful evening of friends and family. Working their way through the first stage of the reveal was fun. Soon everyone was seeing the balloons showing this was going to be a girl.... but then there was a twist. You will see the expression on Megans face when Ryan and her are down to the last two balloons. One boy and one girl balloon. Which will have the surprise inside? One, Two, Three,.... Now you will have to watch the video to see the outcome. Keep an eye on the picture in picture inset and catch the SUPER EXCITEMENT of Ryans step mom, it is classic. What a great evening this was. Many were surprised which gender the little surprise was, all because many had the same "feeling" as to the gender. Very joyful outcome with tears of joy and many hugs for the soon to be new mom and dad. Ryan and Megan, here comes the most exciting time of your lives. Bella the family dog is sure to make for a great "big sister".

Glider Pilot Calls His Buddy to Come Over And Play1m43s

Glider Pilot Calls His Buddy to Come Over And Play

Gliding in beautiful British Columbia has become a huge part of Kevin's life. Growing up on Vancouver Island not far from the Comox Airforce base, Kevin always dreamt of becoming a fighter pilot. Cfb Comox as it is know houses the CC-115 Buffalo Aircraft and CH-149 Cormorant Helicopters, they also carry out search and rescue operations in the busiest region in Canada, stretching from the B.C.-Washington border to the Arctic, and from the Rocky Mountains to 1,200 km out into the Pacific. As a young teenager Kevin had been involved with Air Cadets and did some gliding, but never attained his glider pilots licence. Once graduated from high school, Kevin began chasing his dream. He enrolled for the preliminaries of becoming an officer, and passed the first testing of aptitude, physical health and general knowledge. Then one day his world came crashing down, he was diagnosed with colour blindness. His dream of joining the forces and becoming a pilot were finished. Although colour blindness is not actually blindness, it is a deficiency in the way someone can see colours. Mainly blue and yellow, red and green cause the issues for those with this issue. Onward with life brought Kevin many accomplishments. Always loving aircraft he took up the hobby of flying radio controlled aircraft and became highly skilled with this. Airplanes and then helicopters opened up one BIG investment into turbine powered jets. Years go by, hobbies change, and Kevin gets that bug. That bug, is to fly once again. He heads out to Hope Airpark in Hope British Columbia and starts asking about learning to fly gliders. Soon enough he is enrolled in ground school at Skyquest Aviation and jumps in with both feet. School, flight training, all mixed in with everyday life and within a year Kevin is a certified Canadian Glider Pilot. Browsing a website for aircraft he comes across the perfect glider for him. Complete with trailer, parachute and some extra bits and pieces. How is he going to afford this? Well hanging in his garage are a few of those turbine radio controlled jets.... they carry a hefty price tag, so yes you guessed it. Two of those beauties get sold and Kevin is the proud owner of his first full scale glider. In this video you see the amazing scenery that both glider and powered aircraft pilots in the Vancouver area get to enjoy. This is an extremely beautiful part of Canada. Along with the scenery enjoy the "pilot chatter", it is always fun listening to someones passion.

Great White Sharks come in close to inspect divers58s

Great White Sharks come in close to inspect divers

Scuba diving with Great White Sharks is an amazing experience. Near Guadalupe Island in Mexico is the perfect location to see these beautiful creatures in their natural habitat. More than 100 miles off the shore of Ensenada Mexico which is just across the U.S border, means this is quite the trip. Boarding a live aboard yacht the group endured an over night voyage to get to the dive sight. Once there they were briefed on the very strict rules of engagement with these animals which is governed by the Mexican government. On board was also a government official to keep track and log the animals seen as the movements and return of these beautiful animals is of highest priority. Guadalupe Island is a mid point from the regular area the sharks live to their breeding grounds. Being a declared marine reserve the sharks are at no threat to humans making this the perfect location to view these beautiful animals in their natural environment. Divers and animal lovers alike travel from all over the world to visit the Great Whites of Guadalupe. These massive animals can reach 20 feet long and nearly 5000 pounds. Amazing. Many say they feel intimidated and anxious at first when entering the water with these sharks, but that soon becomes amazement once you see how graceful they are. Curious may be the best way to describe the sharks with the divers. But beware, wild animals can never be predicted. This definitely is an experience that creates memories.

Adorable baby bunny sleeps in woman's arms28s

Adorable baby bunny sleeps in woman's arms

Aldor Acres farm in Aldergrove, British Columbia has a very special event during the fall season. Along with opening their property up to the public to visit their pumpkin patch and choose that special pre Jack o lantern pumpkin for Halloween they do much more. This is an amazing gem found in the farmlands of the area. Fall decorations cover the complete public areas. From a market store visitors can purchase preserves, honey and other goods. They also have some very fun mini pumpkins, gourds, mini hay bales along with corn stalks and sunflowers to complete your fall home decorations. If you like farm animals then this is also the place to come. Cows, big cows not just those little guys, they have a massive male that just hangs around and gets petted by everyone. Goats.... they have babies and mama and papa goats. The little goats are the cutest but very sneaky so watch your shoe laces and bag of feed. Head into the barn and get ready for some "awwws" as this is where you will find these tiny little 10 day old bunnies seen in the video. So tiny they look like mice, but cuter of course. Want to pet and feed a Llama, well you can do that too. Like the goats the Llama are sneaky too, feed him and sneak in a scratch on his head . Piglets by the dozen are here as well. Donkeys love to be scratched as well, big floppy ears will create some chuckles for sure. And if you have come for that big ol' pumpkin or the wee little one then get ready to hit the 15 acre field and make a decision. No you don't have to walk, the tractor drawn super fun hay wagon ride will drop you right in the perfect spot to make your selection. Year after year many return and make this a very special time of year with family and friends. Who doesn't love a farm and all it's fun and loving animals just waiting for you to come visit. If you get out to Aldor Acres in Aldergrove, British Columbia, just a short hour drive from the centre of Vancouver, enjoy. You will want to make it an annual ritual as Brent and his family do.

Great White Shark Cage Divers Have The Moves 1m14s

Great White Shark Cage Divers Have The Moves

To many who scuba dive, seeing large animals while below the water surface is the key experience they always strive for. To others it is the small minute creatures that also inhabit the liquid that covers 70 percent of our earth. For Domenico, originally from Italy whom has been scuba diving for more than 15 years it is the Giant Great White Sharks. Finally having the opportunity to travel from his home in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada to Guadalupe Island, Mexico is the experience of a lifetime for him. Being in the water with one of the most feared creatures in the ocean, the Great White shark, was about to happen.These sharks truly are giants, the adult male sharks range in size from 11' to 13'. The females are larger, measuring 16' to 20' and weighing over 4000 pounds. The Great White male seen here was approximately 12 feet long. Domenico mentioned “ He was massive! When it turned and swam straight up at me I was both nervous and excited. I was hoping he was just going to keep swimming past so I continued recording”. Departing Vancouver International Airport for San Diego California was how the trip began. Domenico was then picked up by the tour operator, transported across the Mexican border with the others in the group to board the custom live aboard yacht which they all would be staying on for seven days. Guadalupe Island is approximately 150 miles off shore from Ensenada Mexico, taking 18 hours to arrive while aboard the custom yacht. Guadalupe is a small volcanic island that affords the best dive site for the opportunity of seeing these animals with up to 150 foot visibility. A dive spot so rich with Great White presence that little baiting is needed to draw their attention. Diving in Guadalupe is all about getting up close and personal with Great White Sharks. This location is a mating grounds for the Great White sharks followed by an 11 month gestation period. They then return to the Baja Peninsula coast to give birth to their shark pups. Once giving birth, the adult sharks then repeat the process and return to Guadalupe . Kept safe by metal cages, divers can take photos or video while observing their behaviours and maybe even catch sight of a Great White hunting its prey. These dive spots help divers and shark enthusiast in general enter a new world of understanding for the great white sharks and their inquisitive nature. Safety for the divers is key for all the tour operators that come here and the rules and regulations are governed by the Mexican government. Break the rules and the operator loses their licence. The divers are directed to not touch the animals, no matter how inviting it seems. At the time this was recorded, Domenico and the other divers were allowed to be outside on top of the shark cage. This apparently is no longer allowed which makes this footage extra special. As you can see by the “Happy dance” of the couple divers, seeing these beautiful creatures in their own habitat is a once in a lifetime experience.“What an experience it was, I could have touched his fin” Domenico explained. “ I will definitely be going back”. Some divers have taken this excursion many times and say “it never gets boring or old”. ” There are always different things happening as the sharks come close”.

Kayaker waves at sea lion, sea lion waves back!1m23s

Kayaker waves at sea lion, sea lion waves back!

The Lower Mainland of British Columbia is a pretty amazing place. Vancouver is the main city in this area, but the area extends from the Canada U.S border to the South, to Whistler in the North. To the West is the Pacific Ocean being Burrard Inlet and to the East is the city of Hope and the Coast Mountain range. The Coast Range of mountains also offer up some great snow skiing, hiking, and snowboarding in the winter. During the summer and actually every season of the year they also offer up amazing hiking, biking, or just plain outdoor activities in general to the locals and visitors from all over the world. With many ocean harbors the area also offers up many locations for kayaking and boating of any kind. With logging also being one of the main natural resource industries in the Vancouver area this brings in the major topic in the video you are about to enjoy. Logging which of course includes cutting of trees. After being cut, the trees are hauled into the water to then be moved about by barge or dragged by tug boats. When the logs are gathered in a bunch, called a boom, they are tied with ropes and cables. Once gathered in booms these large gatherings of logs are anchored to pilings usually near the shore until scheduled to be moved to a saw mill in the area. Sometimes taking days or weeks to be relocated, the local wildlife can sometimes take up residence on these booms as they are a safe place for them out of the water. Seals and sea lions are in abundance in the waters around Vancouver as are killer whales. As you may know killer whales are a main predator of seals, so guess who you may just find perched upon one of these log booms? Seals also love to lounge in the sun, sucking in all the warmth they can on a nice Vancouver summer day. The wildlife knows as well as the residence of Vancouver, warm sunny days are not in abundance at times, so you need to enjoy them while you can. Also while enjoying this video you will see another gorgeous creature that loves this area. They are very majestic and amazing to watch. Keep an eye out to make sure you don't miss this beautiful bird. Squamish British Columbia which is only a short drive from Vancouver en-route to Whistler is another location that is famous for viewing the bald eagles. Whistler is just one more reason to visit this amazing part of the world. Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Come visit and see what it is all about.

Lazy Sun tanning Seal waves back to local kayaker1m10s

Lazy Sun tanning Seal waves back to local kayaker

The Lower Mainland of British Columbia is a pretty amazing place. Vancouver is the main city in this area, but the area extends from the Canada U.S border to the south, to Whistler in the north. To the west is the Pacific Ocean being Burrard Inlet and to the east is Hope and the Coast Mountain range. The Coast Range of mountains also offer up some great snow skiing, hiking, and snowboarding in the winter. During the summer and actually every season of the year they also offer up amazing hiking, biking, or just plain outdoor activities in general to the locals and visitors from all over the world. With many ocean harbours the area also offers up many locations for kayaking and boating of any kind. With logging also being one of the main natural resource industries in the Vancouver area this brings in the major topic in the video you are about to enjoy. Logging which of course includes cutting of trees. After being cut, the trees are hauled into the water to then be moved about by barge or dragged by tug boats . When the logs are gathered in a bunch, called a boom, they are tied with ropes and cables. Once gathered in booms these large gatherings of logs are anchored to pilings usually near the shore until scheduled to be moved to a saw mill in the area. Sometimes taking days or weeks to be relocated, the local wildlife can sometimes take up residence on these booms as they are a safe place for them out of the water. Seals and sea lions are in abundance in the waters around Vancouver as are killer whales. As you may know killer whales are a main predator of seals, so guess who you may just find perched upon one of these log booms? Seals also love to lounge in the sun, sucking in all the warmth they can on a nice Vancouver summer day. The wildlife knows as well as the residence of Vancouver, warm sunny days are not in abundance at times, so you need to enjoy them while you can. Also while enjoying this video you will see another gorgeous creature that loves this area. They are very majestic and amazing to watch. Keep an eye out to make sure you don't miss this beautiful bird. Squamish British Columbia which is only a short drive from Vancouver en-route to Whistler is another location that is famous for viewing the bald eagles. Whistler is just one more reason to visit this amazing part of the world. Beautiful British Columbia, Canada. Come and visit and see what it is all about.

Bald Eagles navigate through snow storm to hunt1m08s

Bald Eagles navigate through snow storm to hunt

Fall on the West Coast of British Columbia brings some amazing changes to the area. Trees leaves begin to change color, and fall to the ground. Weather in Vancouver also starts to change. From the warm sunny days with bright blue skies to darker and wetter days. Although these weather patterns are not new to the locals, they still make the most of every season and type of weather that this beautiful part of the country brings. The Coast Mountains are very close to the city, some locations are less than 30 minutes away by car. Be it hiking in the local parks, or mountain biking up at world famous Whistler Blackcomb everything is within a short drive. Another extremely popular area is Squamish. This city is a short 45 minutes from Vancouver, and on the Sea to Sky Highway which is the main route to Whistler. Squamish has two very popular claims to fame. The Stawamus Chief, officially Stawamus Chief Mountain, which is a granite dome located adjacent to the town of Squamish, British Columbia, Canada. It towers over 700 m above the waters of nearby Howe Sound. It is often claimed to be the "second largest granite monolith in the world” and is a very popular location for rock climbers and hikers alike. Whether a casual hiker or hard core climber, “the Chief” has something for you. The next claim to fame is the annual migration of the Bald Eagles that frequent the Squamish area and specifically Brackendale which is a suburban neighborhood of Squamish. Squamish held the world-record count of 3,769 eagles in 1994 and continues to attract many eagles each year. Why do the eagles come to Brackendale? Well plain and simply they come to feed on the migrating salmon. The salmon venture up the rivers to spawn after spending their time in the ocean. After enduring their time in the oceans, the salmon take on another huge challenge of making their way to the spawning grounds at which they themselves were born. This may seem like a simple challenge, just swim up the creek, find some gravel and sand, deposit your eggs and that's it. This is not quite how it all takes place. The salmon have to fight their way up over rapids, log jams that can happen in the creeks and rivers, as well as predators. man himself it one predator for the salmon in ways, anglers too are trying to catch some of these tasty fish. Aside from anglers, there are bears, coyotes, wolves, and of course the eagles. If the salmon are lucky enough and have endured all the hardship of their travels they hopefully find the perfect location to lay their eggs which then the male salmon will fertilize, hopefully with success. Mother Nature is an amazing thing. All the wildlife that Mother Nature encompasses is also simply amazing and many of us take it for granted. Take time out of your busy lives to “smell the roses”. It is times like this we get to enjoy the efforts that videographers like Domenico endure to record footage like this for us all. He endured freezing temperatures, snow and ice and was also blessed with some sunny skies to bring this footage to us. Enjoy and remember, come to Vancouver British Columbia to see all the beauty that the locals see on a daily basis. British Columbia, “the most beautiful place on earth”.

Curious octopus closely inspects scuba diver1m02s

Curious octopus closely inspects scuba diver

During a dive, the two divers were working their way along a rock wall when one of them noticed something moving behind a very dense kelp growth. Shifting a few of the very large kelp leaves revealed a massive octopus, known as a Giant Pacific Octopus. As you will see, the octopus almost immediately engaged with the diver showing intense curiosity. Octopus are incredibly intelligent and curious animals and knowing this, the diver did not pull away but rather relaxed, managed themselves in a safe manner and enjoyed the experience. Relaxing and showing no fear towards the animal was the best option as these creatures are extremely strong. If it had decided it was not going to free the diver, things may have gone differently. Having buddies while diving is also extremely important. When an issue arises they are there to help, just as this divers buddy did by gently manipulating the octopus off of the fellow diver that was slowly being engulfed. Enjoy the video and if diving is on your bucket list, check that off as an adventure. You will not be disappointed with the experiences and life long memories it brings!

Divers Find Flamingo Tongue on the Reef 1m27s

Divers Find Flamingo Tongue on the Reef

Waving his arm and trying to use his dive light to signal his dive buddy and wife Elsa, Brent was finally successful. Swimming nearer to see what all the commotion and arm waving was about, Elsa too noticed what had got Brent so excited. Sea Turtles are Brent’s favourite animal to come across next to sharks. Their clumsy gracefulness is a delight to watch. The patterns they display on their shells is nothing less than artwork. To come across another beautiful but much smaller creature on the same dive was outstanding. This second creature turned out to be more spectacular in its own way that Brent and Elsa expected.This was something new for both of them. Both being avid scuba divers from Vancouver British Columbia they are use to seeing different varieties of marine life while being below the waves, but this little creature seemed extra special to Brent. Diving along the reef near Grand Cayman’s East End Brent noticed a tiny snail looking creature with white, yellow-and-black markings that camouflaged it fairly well. This beauty was roughly an inch long in size. Pausing for a short time to video this amazing looking animal, which Brent thought was another marine creature called a nudibranch, he was quite astounded how beautiful it was. Keeping in mind that those very brilliantly coloured little creatures in the sea are poisonous, Brent was careful not to be pushed into the sea fan from the surging currents. Usually in male-female pairs munching on their favourite foods of gorgonians and sea fans, this one appeared to be solo at the time. Do not, however, assume these harmless-looking creatures are, in fact, without bite, as they actually are poisonous and show their toxicity via the bright colours on their shell. As most women will say regarding gifts “big things come in small packages”. This is also true with many beautiful and amazing creatures in the ocean. Flamingo Tongues are actually one of the major predators on gorgonians. When inspecting the sea fans closely you can often see trails behind them showing where the Flamingo Tongues have been feeding. Being snail-paced they might seem easy pickings for predators, and are a favoured food item of the Giant Hogfish but as mentioned the Flamingo Tongue is well defended. Since this little guy feeds on the toxic coral being the gorgonian it is able to concentrate the toxic chemicals from the coral into its own tissues, which it then wraps around the outside of its shell. But there is no point being poisonous, unless you advertise the fact, and the Flamingo Tongue displays bright warning colours of its toxicity. It is often a surprise to divers to learn that the shells of Flamingo tongues are actually white, and it is the spotty mantle, the layer of living tissue that the snails wraps over its shell, that gives it its colour. The mantle also allows the snail to breath, by absorbing oxygen from the water. What an amazing creature!

Dog treat theft gets interrupted when owner arrives home1m23s

Dog treat theft gets interrupted when owner arrives home

Coming home to an open pantry isn't always a big deal or a surprise, specially when you have children. But this day it was quite funny. After arriving home after running errands, Brent noticed the pantry open and he knew it was closed or almost closed when they left. Looking around he noticed a definite clue as to whom was lurking around while he was gone. Upon closer examination it was clear..... there was a dog treat thief in the house. Now Poncho, Brent and Elsa's rescue dog from Mexico, has a number of quite hilarious quirks. Almost ever time either Brent or Elsa returns home from being out and about, something is noticed misplaced. Many times it is a shoe moved from a shoe rack in the den to Poncho's bed, or a couch. Never chewed but always moved. Some days it may be a entry way carpet all scrunched into a ball, as Poncho is known for "making a nest" or something similar. Some days Brent wonders if Poncho was sitting on the couch reading the newspaper because his reading glasses, which were on the kitchen table, mysteriously have appeared on the living room couch. Poncho is a pretty keen pooch, so you just never know if she is reading up on "100 ways to be a better dog" in the local paper. Watch and enjoy one of Ponchos funny ways, and see just how adorable of a pet she is to Brent and Elsa. Poncho's expressions after the theft will melt your heart. What a great dog. She is definitely loved and she knows it. Just look at those eyes!

Massive Eagle Ray approaches divers from dark ocean depths1m05s

Massive Eagle Ray approaches divers from dark ocean depths

The beautiful black figure spotted with white is an enormous spotted Eagle Ray. Closing in on at least 12 feet across, the ray glides through the water like a seasoned jet fighter pilot performing at an airshow. Coming across an Eagle Ray when scuba diving is always a highlight moment to divers. While diving in Utila, Honduras, in clear deep blue waters, this gorgeous Eagle Ray wanted to put on a spectacular display. Karl and his dive buddies had traveled many miles from Montreal, Quebec to take in the breathtaking waters and animals Utila has to offer. Rays are carnivorous, meaning their diet consists of other animals, they never eat plants. Mostly, other little creatures that live beneath the sand like worms, shrimp and squid. Alongside these small ocean animals, they may eat small fish, clams, oysters, and even sea snails. After Karl and his buddies descended onto the sand after noticing this large Eagle Ray gliding towards them, the ray began to put on an amazing display. Gliding past numerous times as though examining the area like a Bald Eagle soaring above a field, the Eagle Ray pin points its prey. Settling onto the sand he begins vacuuming the area with it’s incredible suction. Rays do not have teeth, but rather have hard bony plates in which they grind their food after sucking it from beneath the sand. Finding their prey is not as easy as such animals as sharks. The rays eyes are on the top of its head making it difficult to see below them. Using their keen sense of smell for locating prey, they take aim and pounce. What an amazing and beautiful animal!

Trucker struggles with backing his rig 1m33s

Trucker struggles with backing his rig

Have you ever thought about becoming a truck driver? All those thoughts about the glorious life of travelling from town to town, city to city, state to state! Heck, you may even be able to become an international traveller ! Look at it this way, how hard can it be? Almost everyone has a drivers licence right ? “ I drive a car, i am sure i can drive that rig, it isn’t brain surgery”. Then again, i am sure some brain surgeons also say after years of school, and many more years of practical training if you can call it that, their job too” is a piece of cake” in a matter of speaking. But of course we all know, the brain is an amazing and strange thing, so we can’t compare brain surgery to truck or any other type of driving a vehicle on our roads of today. Onto the main subject here, driver training is a very real and important part of driving whether it be for a daily commute or transporting products to our stores and warehouses. Starting out in the driving world as teenagers many take lessons. These lesson or training build basic skills for becoming a safe and alert motorist, some learn faster than others. We have all seen this on the crazy highways and byways we transit daily. Family transporters or “cars” if you like, take us here and there. To sports games, work, theatre, and also maybe just for a little scoot to the countryside for some r & r . This is not the case for the PROFESSIONAL DRIVER.Yes there is such a term. The professional driver comes in many forms, today we are targeting the commercial truck driver. He or she has taken on a challenge… to transport products from point A to point B in the safest and most efficient way possible. Of course to take on this career as a professional driver one needs a standard drivers licence. Once that is accomplished, training is a definite . Learning all the systems of a BIG RIG ,how they work, the mechanics behind all those wheels and GIANT engines, and how to make sure “your” rig is ready for a day of safe travels. After the in class time, there is also a required number of hours of “on the road practice”. This actual time may vary from state to state and country to country. A class 1 drivers licence allows one to drive semi-trailer trucks as well as all other classes of vehicles 1 through 5. These being buses, smaller commercial trucks, taxis with restrictions, and the ability to drive ambulances. Of course for an ambulance it is most likely you need to be a paramedic, but that is another subject. And of course class 5, the main class of licence for driving our personal family cars, light trucks and the infamous family mini van. Well, in the video you are about to enjoy, Dale our videographer is one of these highly skilled professional drivers. Dale drives the BIG RIGS, as well as he is a heavy equipment operator. During his day, he enters and exits many storage yards and commercial properties. Not all these locations are a drive in and drive out location. Some require backing into a loading / unloading bay or backing out of the entire complex. Here we see a bit of two struggles for a commercial driver. These being a lack of skill as well a lack of situational awareness. In the end, Dale mentioned “this driver could have simply driven out of the yard, just as he drove in”. “ There is plenty of room to turn around inside the property”. Enjoy but remember “ we all have to learn at some point”. Be patient of those in training and learning, we were there as well!

Giants in the Corn Field 1m15s

Giants in the Corn Field

“Hey kids, how would you like to go get lost in a corn field this afternoon?” “What? said 8 year old Ben and his 7 year old sister Samantha. “Why would we want to get lost dad?” Then their father went on to explain just what he was meaning. The Bose family farm started in 1891 in Surrey British Columbia when Henry Bose landed in the Canadian province from London, England. The son of an innkeeper, Henry immigrated to Canada as a young man wanting to start a new life as a farmer. Exploring his new homeland, Henry settled in Surrey, an area approximately a 30 minute drive from Vancouver nowadays. Henry chose Surrey as he felt it had the best soil in the area. Henry started with a dairy farm and also harvested potatoes in the fields. The crops have changed over the last 100 years, but the Bose family farm has the same passion, as their forefathers, as they continue to put food on your table as a fifth-generation farming family.Today, Bose and Son Family Farm raise poultry and grow a variety of field crops sustainably using cultivation to limit the use of sprays. You will find their quality, GMO-free vegetables for sale  at the Langley, New Westminster, Burnaby and White Rock local farmers markets from May until October. GMO- free produce is extremely important to many that take great care and concern with their health.The Bose family also grows a corn maze for the enjoyment of locals and visitors alike. Many can also enjoy the Bose Corn Maze  and Pumpkin Patch  on their commercial farmland as a seasonal agritourism event open to the public from late-August to Canadian Thanksgiving in early October. Leaders in the local community, the Bose’s believe in pricing the corn maze admission and pumpkins reasonably so a young family can afford to have fun and learn more about where their food comes from. For the last number of years, Mike Bose has chosen artwork as the design for their corn maze. Themes have included logo’s for local events and this year 2018, Mike decided on creating the logo of a local junior hockey franchise. The Vancouver Giants are the junior hockey teams Mike chose to feature. Being a hockey fan, this theme came easy to him. There was no hi tech gadgetry used in the layout. Kevin Bose, mike’s son explained to the videographer that is is done with graph paper and eco friendly spray paint.The Giants turn out many great hockey players that become big names in the NHL. Brendan Gallagher of the Montreal Canadiens, and Milan Lucic of the Edmonton Oilers are only a couple of the big names. Once completing the maze, and since the maze is open rain or shine and into the dark evenings visitors can enjoy a bonfire roasting marshmallows which are provided free of charge. The Bose’ also have some of their produce available for purchase while at the corn maze location. What is better than a night out on the farm and taking home fresh produce that you know is fresher than fresh? What a bast!

Sea Lions Perform For Divers At Galapagos Islands1m16s

Sea Lions Perform For Divers At Galapagos Islands

“Hey Rudder, hey Fluke, do you hear that?” Asked Gerald as the three sea lion buddies frolicked beneath the waves near Bartholome Island in the Galapagos Archipelago. “I think it is an approaching ship, maybe there are some of those funny looking creatures that wear rubber suits and blow bubbles down here!” “Possibly, since you are usually correct Gerald “ gurgled Rudder the California sea lion. Within minutes the three sea lion buddies had the audience they had been waiting for days. “Okay, Gerald, let’s show these guys a show they will never forget!” And so the show began. They had been working tirelessly on a new performance and could hardly wait until the scuba divers descended into the theater the sea lions call home. Karl the videographer at this location of Cousins Rock at Bartholome Island made the long journey from Quebec, Canada. Taking three flights and over twelve hours of travel to arrive. Cousins Rock is a small rock island which is the remains of an eroded crater. On the eastern side of the island, the rock cascades down in a series of recessed ledges strewn with black coral, which happens to appear bright green under the water. Taking cover in the coral is Cousins claim to fame in diving - stunning seahorses. On site just past 6:15 am made for an early start from the dive resort for Karl and his buddies. Along with many sea lions, divers can also experience many more incredible sea creatures here. Located North-east of the coast of Santiago Island and North of Bartolome, Cousins Rock offers opportunity to watch seahorses, frogfish and nudibranchs. Seahorses can be spotted taking cover in the coral at depths of around 50 feet. Long nosed hawkfish, turtles and many other types of fish are plentiful as well. Eagle rays, golden rays, mobulas and numbers of giant mantas also enjoy getting up close and personal with divers here. Ranging from the surface to approximately 90 feet, this can be a great dive site for all skill levels of diver. At the time Karl was at Cousins Rock the water temperature was a chilly 68 degrees Fahrenheit with visibility ranging from 30 to 60 feet approximately. Not quite tropical but an amazing site nonetheless. Karl mentioned that the sea lions were quite amazing. “If we ignored the sea lions , they would come in close to grab our attention and continue to swim all around us, getting very up close and personal at times” mentioned Karl. Nibbling and biting on the divers fins was not uncommon from the sea lions. Karl and his buddies mentioned this is an amazing location to dive, so if you are considering visiting Galapagos, don’t pass up the opportunity. What do you think about this video? Make sure you tell us more in the comments down below. If you like what you see, don’t forget to share it with others who might like it as well. It just might be the highlight of their day! Enjoy!

Flash Mob Of Sea Lions Is Closely Interacting With Scuba Divers  1m00s

Flash Mob Of Sea Lions Is Closely Interacting With Scuba Divers

These incredible marine mammals are not only adorable and graceful but are also highly intelligent and extremely friendly, making them the perfect companions for any diving enthusiast. Their energetic and playful nature is guaranteed to turn anyone's trip underwater into an unforgettable experience. This fascinating video showcases one such incredible encounter in which scuba divers are met by a group of sea lions, eager to interact with them in various ways, including swirling around them and nibbling on their heads. Though their behavior may seem intrusive at first, it is simply their playful personality shining through which has earned them the name of "sea puppies". Those who decide to partake in this adventure will soon experience the curious and gentle nature of these friendly mammals and will be able to admire them up close in their natural habitat. Given that sea lions are highly social animals, they can often be seen swimming in large colonies. Therefore, upon entering the water, divers may expect to immediately encounter a large group of curious spectators who want to get a close look at their new visitors. The sea lions in these situations will most likely swim up to and around the divers or even come face to face with them. Some, on the other hand, might remain cautious and merely pop up behind rocks and corals to get a quick glance at the new creatures surrounding them before building trust and finally greeting them. Their curious nature may sometimes make them come across as intimidating due to the fact that they will often come quite close to the divers, swirl around them, push them around a bit, nibble on their suits or even the top of their heads just as the one in this video. This may then cause some panic or apprehension on the divers' side, but it is important to remember that all of this is completely harmless as sea lions present no threat to humans. Many places around the world offer diving with sea lions as one of the most popular activities both with tourists as well as locals. Given that it does not require past experience, anyone is able to partake in this adventure and will be properly informed by their guides in order to make the divers as prepared as possible and the dive a wonderful and unique experience in the crystal clear shallow waters where these adorable marine animals reside. Those who wish may also take photos or video footage of their underwater trip which will always serve as a reminder of this incredible adventure. Therefore, if you are a fan of diving, snorkeling or any other water activity but you are scared to take the big plunge and take part in shark cage diving, then this is the perfect activity for you. Just one encounter with these magnificent animals will make you fall in love with them and the beauty of their underwater habitat which is guaranteed to turn your scuba diving experience into an unforgettable adventure.

Impatient Scooter rider causes traffic stoppage 32s

Impatient Scooter rider causes traffic stoppage

“Ok honey, I am just going to go over to the store and get some smokes!!!” says the retired fellow. “Alright Sweety” replies his wife.” Be careful out there on your scooter and watch for traffic, those drivers are crazy these days!!!” Off goes Bill down the street, whistling one of his favourite tunes by Fats Domino “ain’t that a shame!!! ”. It is a beautiful day to be out enjoying the sunny summer near Vancouver British Columbia and Bill has everything he needs. On his way with a fully charged scooter, his favourite cowboy hat, and his Canadian flag waving off the rear.,Bill seems to have forgotten one thing, his awareness. The mobility scooters of today are incredible. With new battery technology the electric models are replacing the old smelly, air polluting gasoline powered versions of days gone by. Generally these electric scooters come with around a 30 mile range, but for those long distant travellers an extra battery pack can be hooked up to double that range to 60 miles, a great way to enjoy a full day in the fresh air. With this much available distance to travel, Bill may actually keep on going to spend some time at his buddy Fred’s, 5 miles away and still have power to make it back home for dinner. With a maximum speed of around 8 miles per hour, Bill can actually get around pretty swiftly. Although on the day this video was recorded he appeared to be in low speed mode, carrying him along at 4 miles per hour or so. As you will see, Bill was quite oblivious to his surroundings as he approached the intersection. Most definitely for Bill, the crosswalk control signs were displaying the ORANGE HAND telling him to NOT WALK. Well, did Bill think since he was not walking, that signal was not for him? Possibly. Approaching the still red light for him, Brent the driver with this dash cam took note of Bill and was wondering what his actions were going to be…Brent was correct. Bill was Blowing Through the Red ! Along with the other drivers at the intersection, Brent slowed and gave way for Bill to cross and continue on his way. As most know, obeying traffic signals is law for both drivers of motor vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians. Although pedestrians do have the right-of-way over all vehicles it is still safest to be aware that not all drivers follow this rule. Once again pedestrians do have right-of-way if they enter an intersection or cross walk before a DO NOT WALK signal appears as it may have for Bill on this day, but it is best to turn back if just leaving the sideway. Drivers are sometimes in a hurry and it would be a shame to have any pedestrian injured for taking a chance at crossing on a DO NOT WALK signal. In the end we all see that Bill made it across safely and no drivers were impatient enough to honk at him. Lets all hope Bill made it back home after his little venture out on this gorgeous sunny day.

Guy tries to outrun the red on his mobility scooter 32s

Guy tries to outrun the red on his mobility scooter

“Ok honey, I am just going to go over to the store and get some smokes!!!” says the retired fellow. “Alright Sweety” replies his wife.” Be careful out there on your scooter and watch for traffic, those drivers are crazy these days!!!” Off goes Bill down the street, whistling one of his favourite tunes by Fats Domino “ain’t that a shame!!! ”. It is a beautiful day to be out enjoying the sunny summer near Vancouver British Columbia and Bill has everything he needs. On his way with a fully charged scooter, his favourite cowboy hat, and his Canadian flag waving off the rear. Bill seems to have forgotten one thing, his awareness. The mobility scooters of today are incredible. With new battery technology the electric models are replacing the old smelly, air polluting gasoline powered versions of days gone by. Generally these electric scooters have around a 30 mile range, but for those long distant travellers an extra battery pack can be hooked up to double that range to 60 miles. A great way to enjoy a full day in the fresh air. With this much available distance available to travel, Bill may actually keep on going to spend some time at his buddy Fred’s, 5 miles away and still have power to make it back home for dinner. With a maximum speed of around 8 miles per hour, Bill can actually get around pretty swiftly. Although on the day this video was recorded he appeared to be in low speed mode, carrying him along at 4 miles per hour or so. As you will see, Bill was quite oblivious to his surroundings as he approached the intersection. Most definitely for Bill, the crosswalk control signs were displaying the ORANGE HAND telling him to NOT WALK. Well, did Bill think since he was not walking, that signal was not for him? Possibly. Approaching the still red light for him, Brent the driver with his Gopro dash cam took note of Bill and was wondering what his actions were going to be…Brent was correct. Bill was Blowing Through the Red ! Along with the other drivers at the intersection, Brent slowed and gave way for Bill to cross and continue on his way. As most know, obeying traffic signals is law for both drivers of motor vehicles, cyclists and pedestrians. Although pedestrians do have the right-of-way over all vehicles it is still safest to be aware that not all drivers follow this rule. Once again pedestrians do have right-of-way if they enter an intersection or cross walk before a DO NOT WALK signal appears as it may have for Bill on this day, but it is best to turn back if just leaving the sidewalk. Drivers are sometimes in a hurry and it would be a shame to have any pedestrian injured for taking a chance at crossing on a DO NOT WALK signal. In the end we all see that Bill made it across safely and no drivers were impatient enough to honk at him. Lets all hope Bill made it back home after his little venture out on this gorgeous sunny day.

Firefighters Scramble to Save the Hall 49s

Firefighters Scramble to Save the Hall

Who says Firefighters are trained in all aspects of emergencies? They are, but it is not every day they have to deal with water flooding their place of work, specially from below ground. Big White ski resort in British Columbia is where this all took place. The Big White firefighters had their hands full for a few hours Monday morning getting the flooding under control. It appears a water main pipe broke uphill from the Big White Fire Department, causing water to come roaring down the hill and through the main floor of the fire hall. Steve Heim, a local resident that lives in Stonebridge Lodge, a condominium complex close to the firehall said "I live in Stonebridge and I could hear water rushing down the side of the mountain so I walked up to see what the situation was and I saw all this water running into the fire hall and they were trying to keep the water out so I helped do some sandbagging." Big White Deputy Chief, Chris Cormack, said a 12-inch water main burst just after 9:30 a.m. so the whole crew had to scramble to prevent the water from damaging the fire hall. "We had some water come into our bays where we park our trucks”. There appeared to be no major damage within the hall. Steve Heim also mentioned that he has a home on the lake in Kelowna. With all the recent high water levels after record snowfalls and summer heat waves, he is all too familiar with sandbagging over the last two years so he stepped in to help the guys with the technique of filling and properly closing the sandbags before stacking. Seeming to be a very simple task to accomplish there is definitely a correct and a poor way to complete the task. “Open, fill, fold over the end, toss on the pile while staggering the joints”. Thats how Steve said its done. Big White resort is the third largest resort in British Columbia, after Whistler-Blackcomb and Sun Peaks. Big White, which is located 56 km (35 mi) southeast of Kelowna in the Southern Interior of British Columbia. Winter brings skiers, hikers and snow boarders from around the world. Summer brings similar activities such as hiking, cycling and plain enjoying the outdoors . The city of Kelowna, which is down along the shores of Lake Okanagan in the Okanagan Valley is also a gorgeous area for winter and summer activities. As mentioned, snow skiing and boarding up at Big White draws tourists and locals. Snowmobiling is also very popular since the area offers many mountain ranges to explore. Summer brings out the boating enthusiast far and wide. Wine enthusiast love the area as well as it boasts more than twenty wineries. These wineries produce some of the best wines in Canada. Summerhill Pyramid Winery, Quails’ Gate and Cedarcreek Estate Winery are just a few. Thanks to these and other hard working firefighters, some that had to sandbag their hall as seen in the video, are well respected for keeping this area safe. Kelowna is well known for it’s abundance of summer forest fires since it is quite arid in the summer months. Keep up the good work fellas, keep Kelowna safe!

Woman's feet squeak when she walks, how strange! 47s

Woman's feet squeak when she walks, how strange!

Squeak ,squeak, squeak! Hearing this when you walk can mean a number of things. For some of us it appears to be our aging bones. For some it is just a squeaky noisy pair of sneakers. And for some such as Elsa in this video, it is that she has ventured to a very interesting beach on Australias south coast. Squeaky Beach is within Wilson Promontory Marine Park, approximately a 2.5 hour drive south of Melbourne, Australia. Visiting from Vancouver, Canada Elsa and her daughter Sarah have been residing in Melbourne with Elsa’s eldest daughter and her husband which are now residents of the area. Taking this three week vacation has been well earned after Elsa has spent 10 months dealing with the tough challenges of treatments for cancer. Aside from family time, Elsa and Sarah made this trek to this amazing beach and to take in all the beauty Australia has to offer. While heading down from the Squeaky Beach car park Elsa and Sarah made their way through coastal scrub, having to jump a little stream before reaching the beach. Taking in views out to distant islands and the granite-studded headlands, they both were in awe. Being a bit of the adventurous type Elsa loved the northern end of the beach, with its large granite boulders creating a maze of passages to explore. Marvelling at the brilliant orange rocks that contrasted perfectly with the clear blue ocean, Elsa and Sarah decided to return and visit at dusk to watch the changing hues at sunset as was suggested by another local visiting the same day. Walking around on the gorgeous sands the two were not finding the SQUEAKY sands that they expected. Was it the water they were also in? Or was it something else? After a few minutes they both discovered just the way to cause the sand to make this amazing sound. “Its all in the walk” Sarah stated. The rounded grains of quartz and how they contact each other under pressure is what makes the squeaking sound when walked on, giving this popular local beach its name. What an amazing place, Australia has many things that are not seen anywhere else on the planet. Enjoy the video and please share Elsa and Sarah’s experience!

Curious Shark Comes To Sniff Out Diver Very Closely1m04s

Curious Shark Comes To Sniff Out Diver Very Closely

To many who scuba dive, seeing large animals while below the water surface is the key experience they always strive for. To others, it is the small minute creatures that also inhabit the liquid that covers 70 percent of our earth. Domenico, originally from Italy who has been scuba diving for more than 15 years, finally had the opportunity to travel from his home in Vancouver, British Columbia to Guadalupe Island, Mexico to take in one of the scuba diving experiences listed above. Can you guess which one? Well, it was to be in the water with one of the most feared creatures in the ocean, the Great White shark. These sharks truly are giants, the adult male sharks range in size from 11' to 13'. The females are larger, measuring 16' to 20' and weighing over 4000 pounds. The Great White male seen here was approximately 12 feet long. When it turned and swam straight up at him, he was both nervous and excited. He was hoping he was just going to keep swimming past so he continued recording&rdquo. Departing Vancouver International Airport for San Diego California was how the trip began. Domenico was then picked up by the tour operator, transported across the Mexican border with the others in the group to board a yacht which they all would be staying on for 1 week. Guadalupe Island is a small volcanic island approximately 150 miles offshore from Ensenada Mexico, taking 18 hours to arrive while aboard the custom yacht. With up to 150 foot visibility, this location offers the best diving for the opportunity to see these animals. A dive spot so rich with a great white presence that little baiting is needed to draw them in close to the cages. Diving in Guadalupe is all about getting up close and personal with Great White Sharks. There are many sharks here so you will not be disappointed if thinking "What if there are no sharks when I go?"; This location is a mating grounds for the Great White sharks which follows with an 11 month gestation period. They then return to the Baja Peninsula coast to give birth to shark pups. Once giving birth, the adult sharks then repeat the process and return to Guadalupe. Kept safe by metal cages, divers can take photos, observe their behaviors and maybe even catch sight of a Great White hunting it’s prey. These dive spots help divers and shark enthusiast, in general, enter a new world of understanding for the great white sharks and their inquisitive nature . Safety for the divers is key for all the tour operators that come here and the rules and regulations are governed by the Mexican government. Break the rules and the operator loses their license. The divers are directed to not touch the animals, no matter how inviting it seems. At the time this was recorded, Domenico was permitted to be outside of the shark cage. This apparently is no longer allowed which makes this footage extra special. "What an experience it was, I could have touched his fin", Domenico explained. "I will definitely be going back." Some divers have taken this excursion many times and say: "It never gets boring or old. There are always different things happening as the sharks come extremely close."

Scuba Diver has the Shark experience of a lifetime 1m04s

Scuba Diver has the Shark experience of a lifetime

To many who scuba dive, seeing large animals while below the water surface is the key experience they always strive for. To others it is the small minute creatures that also inhabit the liquid that covers 70 percent of our earth. Domenico, originally from Italy whom has been scuba diving for more than 15 years finally had the opportunity to travel from his home in Vancouver, British Columbia to Guadalupe Island, Mexico to take in one of the scuba diving experiences listed above. Can you guess which one? Well it was to be in the water with one of the most feared CREATURES in the ocean, the Great White shark. These sharks truly are giants, the adult male sharks range in size from 11' to 13'. The females are larger, measuring 16' to 20' and weighing over 4000 pounds. Domenico wears many hats. He is an architect by trade as well as a chef and a professional photographer. What do photographers like to do? That is to take many photos which he definitely did on this excursion. Departing Vancouver International Airport for San Diego California was how the trip began. He then was picked up by the tour operator, transported across the Mexican border with the others in the group to board the custom liveaboard yacht which they all would be staying on for 1 week. Guadalupe Island is approximately 150 miles off shore from Ensenada Mexico, taking 18 hours to arrive aboard the custom yacht. Diving in Guadalupe is all about getting up close and personal with Great White Sharks. A dive trip to Guadalupe is an experience not to be missed by big fish lovers. There are many sharks here so you will not be disappointed if thinking”what if there are no sharks when i go?” This location is a transiting point for them on route to giving birth. In the eastern Pacific Ocean, Guadalupe is a small volcanic island that affords you the best dive site for the opportunity to see these animals with up to 150 foot visibility. A dive spot so rich with great white presence that little baiting is needed to draw their attention. Diving Guadalupe will offer you incredible memories with the experience of getting as close as possible to Great White Sharks, which is the main reason divers come to Guadalupe. Kept safe by metal cages you can take photos, observe their behaviours and maybe even catch sight of a kill. These dive spots will help you enter a new world of understanding for the great white sharks and their inquisitive nature. Safety for the divers is key for all the tour operators that come here and the rules and regulations are governed by the Mexican government. Break the rules and the operator loses their licence. The divers are directed to not touch the animals, no matter how inviting it seems. In this video Domenico was allowed to be outside of the shark cage. This is no longer allowed which makes this footage extra special. “What an experience it was, i could have touched his fin” Domenico explained. “ I will definitely be going back”. Some divers have taken this excursion many times and say “it never gets boring or old”. ” There are always different things happening as the sharks come close”.

Killer Whales Hunt For Dinner In Front Of Spectators2m06s

Killer Whales Hunt For Dinner In Front Of Spectators

“Dinner time!” Mama Orca rumbles sub sonically through the bay. “Mmmm! I wonder what’s for dinner today?” asks little Bobby Orca with baited anticipation. “I hope it’s squid!” exclaims little Suzy Orca. “I think it’s going to be harbor seal.” Bobby nods authoritatively, blasting a spray of vapor out his blowhole. “Mom! Bobby says we’re going to have seal…AGAIN!” tattles little Suzy. “Come and get it! It’s seal!” hollers Mama. Little Suzy stops complaining and lines up with little Bobby and Papa, as well as Aunt Ora, Uncle Othello, and cousins Augustus and Orville. They don’t dive in to a prepared meal. They haven’t even killed their meal yet. But mama has already “picked” her dinner from the great supermarket of the ocean, a lone unfortunate seal that strayed too far from his neighborhood into the lonely part of the bay. He shouldn’t have done that. If he was being stalked by one killer whale , the odds of survival might be higher. Against an entire pod of killer whales the seal doesn’t stand a chance. That’s because killer whales, orcas, are organized and strategic. Their brute strength is combined with the planning power of an enormous brain. Led by the matriarch, the pod proceeds in unison. Each member carries its own task responsibly so that the strength of the family is greater than the sum of its parts. The tradition is passed on from parent to child, and millions of years of hunting culture have accrued to a science. A seal must sense terrible finality when it comprehends it is the subject of the hunt. The whale watchers of this group are very fortunate, but it’s understandable that some may feel sympathy for the poor seal, another intelligent mammal with a social group and behaviors we can identify with. The seal has soft brown eyes, big eyelashes, and sometimes we see them perform tricks at shows just for our pleasure. The seal on dry land will bob its head up and down, appealing for a tossed fish from a friendly human. Here, there is nothing anyone can do but watch. Might as well turn on the camera and capture the savage spectacle! The whales are probably used to whale watch boats by now, and have no fear of the strange ritual of the two-leggers on board. They aren’t part of millions of years of the regular hunting pattern. To survive the frigid sub-arctic water, whales need blubber in their diet. Squid and fish are nice for the occasional snack, but their continued survival is dialed in to other mammals with thick layers of fat. The killer whale can weigh between 8,000 and 12,000 pounds. That’s pretty huge. In fact, there isn’t another creature on earth, certainly not on land, but also in the sea, that is a threat to the killer whale. They are the apex of all apex predators. Humans can be dangerous to the killer whale, of course, but even humans aren’t prone to specifically targeting killer whales. The one thing in the world the killer whale has to fear is not finding food.

Mom surprises daughter with shocking birthday gift1m45s

Mom surprises daughter with shocking birthday gift

Elsa gave birth to a baby girl which she named Amanda. Jump ahead 23 years, Amanda meets her future Australian husband Craig in Vancouver, British Columbia and relocates to Melbourne. Ahead a few more years to October 2017, the whole family is devastated when Elsa is diagnosed with ovarian cancer, and Amanda the eldest daughter lives over 8,000 miles away. Christmas 2017 brings Amanda and Craig back to Vancouver to spend time with family, allowing Amanda to support her mom through some initial chemotherapy treatments, doctor appointments and multiple blood work trips to the hospital. But like all good things, they come to an end and Amanda must return to her life in Australia, a very difficult departure. Elsa endured more chemo treatments, major surgery in February 2018, and recovery. Being she is very strong willed, Elsa slowly regains her strength and health with support from her daughter Sarah and husband Brent. As you know, the mental battle is as tough or tougher than the physical battle. Elsa has pulled through both, she is a trooper. Come April 2018 and plans to meet on a vacation in November fall apart, Amanda is very upset. Knowing this is tearing Amanda apart, Brent and Elsa start making plans for her and Sarah to surprise Amanda at her home in Australia. With the help of Craig, Amanda has no idea that she will soon receive the birthday gift of a lifetime. Departure day from Vancouver comes soon enough, and away go Elsa and Sarah. Sixteen hours in the air, non stop. The ladies await for Amanda to arrive home from errands as she had scheduled the day off work. Soon enough the door opened at their home, Craig greets his wife with a "Hi honey, your gift arrived", as Amanda had been awaiting the arrival of a "gift" from her mom. Watch and enjoy this extra special birthday surprise!