Two weeks ago, I was in the City of St. John’s, on the east coast of Newfoundland, Canada.
We did a road trip to the northeastern part of Muskoka near Algonquin Park, Ontario in September. Our base was the Foxwood Resort on Lake of Bays, a big lake with five hundred kilometres of shoreline.
Kensington Market is one of my favourite places in Toronto. I was there yesterday because of a recent Debra Black story in the Toronto Star.
Quebec City is the only walled city in North America. I’ve been there twice in recent years…
A highlight of one of our Canadian Badlands road trips in Alberta was the annual Oyen Bullarama. We arrived in the late afternoon in Oyen, a town of 1200 near the Saskatchewan border…
Links to golf courses at Resorts of Ontario…
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
Touring with Bob and Darcy
BIG sky dominating the landscape. You can’t help but aim your camera skyward to capture the cloud formations. Land fertile and green from irrigation or rain abruptly changing to desert and sagebush as we descend into one of the river valleys.
No traffic, big skies: For downtown Torontonians, we learned we could actually enjoy driving again.
Our first introduction to the Canadian Badlands of Alberta was a ten minute helicopter ride over Horseshoe Canyon near Drumheller.