I need another one! It was a long six months of living in the United States, not being allowed to set foot on the Great White North, my Canadian homeland. Those were the rules, though. As long as I was waiting for my Green Card, I wasn’t allowed to leave the States. If I did,… Continue reading A Canadian escape
I have a thing for waterfalls. Maybe it’s been since I stood on the viewing platform at Niagara Falls, wide-eyed in wonderment at the tons and tons and tons of water cascading … nay, pounding … into the pools below. Lundbreck, Troll, Takkakaw, Athabasca … I hike to them. If I’m road-tripping and I see… Continue reading Over the top in Palouse
Breathtaking scenery in Kananaskis Country
The true north strong and free. Sure, there are mountains elsewhere in the world. I drove through the Cascades in Washington State over Christmas. The Laurentians in Quebec and the Adirondacks in New York State? Done and done. But none of them felt like mine. The Kananaskis and the Rockies? Mine. All mine.