Pacific Rim National Park Reserve – Ucluelet, BC

After gallivanting around Ucluelet we focused our activities on Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, the only national park on Vancouver Island.  A parade of rental RV’s driving around its 120,000+ acres every day proved how popular it is.  The  park resides within the traditional territory of the Nuu-chah-nulth First Nations. The park’s management has been working collaboratively with First Nations, […]

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Wonderful Jasper National Park – Jasper, AB, Canada

Maligne lake

This post details stop #4, at Jasper National Park.  It’s loaded with pictures of stunning scenery and awe-inspiring natural wonders of the Rocky Mountains. Although the weather was not always picture perfect, I managed to capture a lot of the surrounding beauty.  The cameras stayed warm on this stop! We didn’t waste any time upon our arrival in Jasper, immediately hitting the visitor center […]

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A hidden crown jewel – Waterton Lakes National Park, Canada

Red Chairs

It’s always music to our ears when “Randy” (our Rand McNally GPS) announces we’re crossing a state border, but it’s even more exciting when we cross an international border. So it was as we entered Alberta at the Chief Mountain crossing, just north of Glacier NP. After answering questions such as “Did you bring firewood?”, “Where do you keep your gun?” and “How much alcohol […]

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Peggy’s Cove and the beautiful Nova Scotia shoreline

Peggy's Point Light

The day after we got an overload of colors at Lunenburg, we continued our sightseeing along the shores of Nova Scotia.  Our plan was to visit Peggy’s Cove, which is famous for its picturesque lighthouse.  Fortunately, we were tipped off to go there after 5:00pm, as busloads of tourists teem over the cove and lighthouse during the day.  So, instead we explored several towns […]

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