#FoundSero: A Year On the Road

Posted on by Keara Donick

It has now been one year since our Ambassadors Tracy, John and RainDog started living out of their van. Their eye-catching 1991 VW Westfalia is what they call home, and with all the toys hanging off it, you know there are some good times to be had. Here are some of their top moments from across Canada.

Arriving at Cape Spear, the most eastern point in Canada. Nowhere to go but west from here and only amazing adventures ahead.

Stand-up paddling with icebergs. Maybe one of the coolest (pun intended) paddles John has done. Twillingate, Newfoundland. 

They told us to go get lost. So we did. We somehow lost the trail on a 2 day hike. But time in the woods is still fun, even if you don’t know which way to go! Gros Morne, Newfoundland. 

Waking up to a beautiful morning on the Cabot Trail (one of the most famous drives in Canada) has got to make the highlights! Nova Scotia.

We don’t spend much time in cities, but as far as urban adventure goes, Winnipeg is pretty cool. So much history and so much to check out! 

Waking up in the van to the first snowfall of the year is something we won’t forget! Hinton Alberta. 

Setting our eyes on the Pacific Ocean for the first time. The old van made the crossing from East to West. It was something to be proud about. Tofino BC.

Vancouver Island is home to some of the largest and oldest trees in Canada. They are amazing and unforgettable.  

John never forgets a good wave, especially when they are in such a beautiful spot!


The return of summer! It is simply the best. 

After a first epic year behind them, the Searching for Sero team is getting ready to see cross the border and see what the US has to offer. With one year planned for that part of their journey, they will be able to find some more unforgettable adventures. Don’t hesitate to hit them up with ideas! They are looking for the greatest rides, hikes, bike rides, paddles, and are more than open to suggestions!

Where did your best adventures take you?

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