Join us, says Parks Canada, and so we go to the Trent-Severn Waterway, where one hundred and one years of navigation is being celebrated. Purist
The number of capsizes, falls out of a canoe, wildlife sightings, and desserts consumed: our family of eleven breaks multiple records as we journey 105
Loons, lily pads, lightning. A groundhog grazing outside our tent. An engineering marvel equal to the Pyramids of Egypt and the Great Wall of China.
Why is there no one here at the far end of Maligne Lake, the most famous body of water in Jasper National Park? Gorgeous glacier
“Where is your next big trip?” is a frequently-asked question. “We haven’t decided yet” is the honest answer. Meanwhile, there are adventures to be had
The swish of the paddle, the call of the loon, the crackle of the campfire (until the axe breaks), the snap of a moose munching