The Year in Review 2014

Year in Review 2014

 A Banner Year in Travel The year is almost done.  With the cold and dreary winter weather, a feeling of melancholy begins to set in, so I sit here and try to remember all the great traveling Jim and I did […]

Cruising the Icefields Parkway, Canada

Cruising the Icefields Parkway Canada

A Road to Remember – Icefields Parkway The Icefields Parkway connects two of the UNESCO inscribed Rocky Mountain National Parks, Banff and Jasper. I had never heard of it before planning our road trip last summer to the Canadian parks, […]

Digging for Dinosaurs

Digging for Dinosaurs

Dinosaurs – every kids dream pet! Growing up, we heard so much about these mysterious giants that roamed the earth millions of years before we were born.  Were the dinosaurs a myth?  Cartoons, movies, books inundated us with the immensity, […]

Head Smashed-in Buffalo Jump…What?!

Head-Smashed-In Buffalo Jump Canada

The True Story of How to Clothe and Feed the West’s Indigenous People Alberta is what we Americans like to say is “out west” in every sense of the phrase. It means wide-open expanses, prairies, indigenous peoples, cowboys, and a […]

Alberta’s Wildlife

Alberta's Wildlife

Geese, Sheep, and Bears, Oh My! What’s better than a road trip? Why one with plenty of animals to gawk at along the roads. Driving through Alberta, Canada, not only were there pristine landscapes, vistas that will take your breath […]

Serenity on Vancouver Island, BC

Vancouver Island

One summer break, we spent a short week camping and exploring Vancouver island in British Columbia. Now, don’t get the wrong idea here. When I say camping, on this trip at least, I really mean using a tent for our […]

Landscape Photography – Canada Birches

Driving down the Alaska Highway through British Columbia, we came upon this gorgeous red shed standing amidst the birches.  The entire area is a photographer’s dream, and this is one of my favorite shots from that trip.  I can’t wait […]

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