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A Little Snow on the Mountain
Although I have visited the Western area of Canada a few times, I have not had the opportunity to hike in the mountains. On a recent visit with a very dear friend of mine, I had put in a request … Continue reading
A little Heaven on Earth
There is something magical about standing on a mountain top, witnessing nothing but blue sky & snow-covered peaks, for as far as the eye can see. A little taste of heaven here on earth. If you have ever been to … Continue reading
Oh’d to Canada
On July 1st, Canada celebrates its 147th birthday! Last year, I wrote about our magnificent country in this post, Oh Canada, Glorious & Free. In honour of 147, I thought I would share a little photographic compilation of just some of the fabulous … Continue reading
Celebrate your Nation!
As the Olympics draw to a close today, I hope that you are feeling as proud of your country & its athletes, as I am of mine. There is rarely a day that goes by that I don’t thank my … Continue reading
Planting a Seed
Up until the age of 42, my experience in travelling to Europe was limited, to say the least. With the exception of a trip to England with my Mom & my younger brother at the age of 16, Europe was a line on … Continue reading
And so it begins….
And so it begins…the whining about winter. Yesterday morning, in my little neck of the woods, we woke up to a beautiful blanket of snow. At first glance, most marvel at the majestic beauty that Mother Nature bestowed upon us through the night … Continue reading
Wise words from the Captain
When my husband & I visited the East Coast this past summer, we popped in for dinner one evening, to a little restaurant in Lunenburg Nova Scotia, called The Grand Banker Bar & Grill. For those that are not familiar with … Continue reading
Oh Canada – Glorious & Free!
On July 1st, our nation celebrates its 146th birthday! I thank my lucky stars for having the good fortune to call this amazing country I live in, home. The beauty & diversity of this land is not only visible in … Continue reading