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  • From Brossard to the end of the universe (Montmagny, QC.)Justin : I am at my table at 6:45h. am and I have writer's block . Actually, I have almost no hands and a big tail (normal for a beaver). So I will let my assistant here write my words all Posted by michelbouchard in Justin goes Canada east | Aug 6, 2017
  • San Josef BayToday's trip was the one I was most looking forward to - San Josef Bay just inside the Cape Scott Provincial Park. Although this park is one end of the North Coast trail, I was doing nothing quite that Posted by AWoolf in Woolf Journeys & Woolf Tales | Aug 5, 2017
  • Port HardyI've lived on Vancouver Island for 20 years and have never been north of Sayward. I've often wanted to explore the northern part of the island but have never had opportunity combine with resources. I finally had a Posted by AWoolf in Woolf Journeys & Woolf Tales | Aug 4, 2017
  • Canadian Badlands, Rockies, and Street campingFinally made it to Dinosaur Provincial Park on Saturday, 7/29/17. The hubster had a hike into the Badlands for fossil viewing Sunday morning and then joined me for an afternoon "Explorers" bus tour in the afternoon. His hike was, by Posted by aluchini in Klondike Trail | Aug 2, 2017
  • Western Canada - Part 1 - July 2017 - BC to Yukon Vancouver is on the Pacific coast of Canada and surrounded by mountains and forests. It’s the biggest city in western Canada and has been ranked in the top 25 of the world’s best city to li Posted by MAd4travel in MAd4Travel | Aug 2, 2017
  • R&R-Check!!!!!When we left Ottawa we decided to take the scenic route to Sault Ste. Marie along the Ottawa River with a couple of stops along the way. What the heck we're retired, we have the time, right? Well although the Posted by Ruth-Scott in Sstellaa's Big Adventures | Aug 1, 2017
  • Ladies and gentlemen Len-d me your earsThis week we have mostly been....working! On Tuesday we started with a bit of weeding and making the gardens neater and more lived in as Jim and Len had the insurance risk assessor coming round. Part of this saw me relaying Posted by sands2017 in Westward ho! | Jul 31, 2017
  • July 29, 30 - DawsonJuly 29 We were up early and ready to leave Whitehorse behind. We wanted an early start to the day because the r/v park only has two dump stations and the day before there was getting to be a pretty Posted by Rooseboom-Scott in Tony and Jen's R-Pod Adventure | Jul 31, 2017
  • July 27, 28 - Whitehorse, YukonJuly 27 With my gouty foot on the mend we were able to walk around Whitehorse without me looking like a gimpy old man. Whitehorse is a lovely city of about 28,000, more than half of the entire population of Posted by Rooseboom-Scott in Tony and Jen's R-Pod Adventure | Jul 28, 2017
  • Quebec City & MontrealArrived in Quebec City - 17.7.17 Such an interesting city. Being in a French-Canadian city the majority of people spoke better French than they did English. In fact it felt like we were in France as opposed to Canada. All the Posted by jaleslie03 in Juan Della Leslie | Jul 27, 2017
  • July 22 to July 26 - Alaska Highway AdventuresWe left Dawson Creek before 7:00am. There is an airshow, and a rodeo in Fort St. John this weekend and we wanted to avoid the traffic that will come with that, so an early start was Posted by Rooseboom-Scott in Tony and Jen's R-Pod Adventure | Jul 26, 2017
  • Home AgainHad a pretty smooth arrival at the airport. Took the tube to LHR and from the time we arrived off the tube to getting thru security - 20 min. That was pretty fast! I guess flying in Posted by u2traveller in Netherlands/Belgium 2017 | Jul 26, 2017
  • All packed up!Well tomorrow we head out to Glasgow. Looking forward to getting there, but not to a day of flying. I guess it beats taking the bus! Everything fit into the backpacks which is a plus. Hopefully 26 pounds won't cripple Posted by Basebrown in European Vacation | Jul 25, 2017
  • Sasqwatching what we're eating!This week has been our first full week with Jim and Len and they are really nice; and our luck with workaway placements continues. They are very good company and easygoing. Len is particularly laid back and Jim is hilarious! Posted by sands2017 in Westward ho! | Jul 25, 2017
  • Vancouver stopoverQuick stop in Vancouver on the way home, nearly the same flight time as going via Dubai and it also gave us the chance to catch up with a couple of friends. Did a couple of tourist things including a day Posted by MaggieSyd in Our Adventures | Jul 24, 2017
  • Going on a Nova Scotia AdventureToday I had no alarm set which was nice, when I woke up I decided to go for a drive. So Skye and I headed out first towards Halifax where we ended up going to the Halifax Citadel which was Posted by Katy Sniderhan in Canada 150 | May 17, 2017
  • A Day of RestSo today I didn't want to do anything, I was still getting better from the ferry ride and didn't want to drive or do anything. So I chilled at Jims in the morning and then went with Jim to introduce Posted by Katy Sniderhan in Canada 150 | May 16, 2017
  • Heading Off The RockToday was my last day on the rock. I am half way through the days I allotted for this trip and almost 7000km of Canada travelled. I didn’t have many plans so I took my time getting out of bed and Posted by Katy Sniderhan in Canada 150 | May 14, 2017
  • Home AgainWell ferry ride sucked, as you can guess. But I was home, as in the place I was born and spent the first 9 years of my life. Well we landed and the weather was crappy, rainy and foggy, not Posted by Katy Sniderhan in Canada 150 | May 15, 2017
  • Up Up We GoThis morning I woke up to snow...you never know what it is going to do here. I took my time to get going then started up to Twillingate. A beautiful town on the New World Island. We got up there Posted by Katy Sniderhan in Canada 150 | May 13, 2017
  • Road tripWe left for Nelson from Kelowna on Tuesday 4.7.17. Nelson was a beautiful, quirky little town with some really awesome mountain biking and great cafes and restaurants. It sat on a glacial lake and the water was so cold. Only Posted by jaleslie03 in Juan Della Leslie | Jul 23, 2017
  • From Chihuly to Streisand: It's a girls' trip to Toronto!I met up with a couple of friends to spend a few days in Toronto. I was excited to explore the city because my only time in Canada so far has been a day trip in Victoria, B.C. while Posted by tammy_b in Our next great adventure... | Aug 29, 2016
  • Ontario's Near North Trip - Rockwood ParkThis is our last day on vacation. :(. Rockwood Park is part of the Grand River Conservation system and has a really unique geology. We spent it canoeing around the lake and walking the hiking trail here. Posted by blgracey in A Quest for Nature | Jul 22, 2017
  • La Belle Province, Gaspecie, New Brunswick to Anne's Land!Lamoureux Park in downtown Cornwall, Ont. is a treat for the legs; a pretty stroll beside the St. Lawrence River aside remnants of the the Old Cornwall Canal built in the early 1800s (it predated the 1960s St. Lawrence Seaway). Posted by YellowTrailer in YellowTrailerCanada | Jul 22, 2017
  • 5 Days and Counting... Can't wait to visit here again! We are off in 5 days. WOW! This feels like it has been a long time in the coming. We have spent countless hours talking and planning for this trip over the Posted by Basebrown in Arlene's Adventures Abroad | Jul 21, 2017
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