I feel pretty fortunate that this landscape is a 6 minute drive from my current house in Vancouver.
I grew up in the prairies of Saskatchewan, but from an early age I possessed an unquestionable pull towards the west. The day after my high-school graduation, at 17 years old, I got in my car and moved to Kelowna, BC by myself. I've lived in 7 different cities within 9 years and have loved my experiences in all of them, but I can safely say that I've always felt the most comfort among the mountains.
I guess that's how I came to resonate with the quote "Home is not a place, it's a feeling"