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Chris & Jan's Ocean Playground

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Chris & Jan's Ocean Playground

Year: 2020
Genre: Lifestyle

Jan-Sebastian La Pierre & Chris Surette love everything outdoors! See what Nova Scotia has to offer as Chris & Jan bring you along on some of their more unique experiences, which can be challenging and crazy, but are always amazing!

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Episodes

Episode 1

Chris & Jan meet up with a local crew at 5AM to take a Hot Air balloon ride over the valley, giving some of the best views in Canada!

Episode 2

Chris, Jan, and photographer Adam Cornick try for the impossible. With the Supermoon the closest it has been for 86 years, they decide to get into a kayak and try to capture the coolest photo with the moon and the oldest lighthouse in North America. What could go wrong?

Episode 3

Chris & Jan join a group of first-time campers at Kejimkujik National Park to help teach them how to camp.

Episode 4

Chris & Jan travel to Sober Island Oyster farm to forage for their dinner. They meet up with chef Mark Gray to ensure they get a meal they won't soon forget.

Episode 5

Jan takes Chris out to Nova Scotia's surfing mecca, Lawrencetown beach. Unfortunately, he might not have picked the best day for a novice surfer!

Episode 6

Chris & Jan go back to re-live their top 5 most memorable adventures.

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