Here is a June 2010 fishing post from CANADA fishing master, Pete Wasag…
Fishing the Miramichi River was a chance to catch the king of all sport fish – the atlantic salmon, also known as “the leaper”.
A buddy of mine likes to fish. He likes to fish A LOT. He’s the kind of guy that will go out on the lake before the sun comes up, fish all day, and return home after dark. In the summer months, that’s a long time on the water, and during the short winter days, that’s a lot of fishing through a small hole in the ice!
The sexiest Olympic venue at the 2010 Winter Games!
Steveston is an historic fishing village in the southwest corner of Lulu Island, British Columbia.
Medicine Hat Clay Industries National Historic District and Medalta Potteries are expanding their facilities and activities.
A link to Bob Fisher’s extensive Travelosophy piece on the Siksika Nation and the Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park Interpretive Centre
Unique honeymoon ideas from the Canadian Badlands…
Touring with Bob and Darcy
Bob Cromwell is a great storyteller who lives in Brooks, Alberta, in the Canadian Badlands, about an hour and a half east of Calgary.
No traffic, big skies: For downtown Torontonians, we learned we could actually enjoy driving again.
One of the highlights of our visit to the Canadian Badlands in southeastern Alberta was touring the Atlas Coal Mine National Historic Site.