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Wish You Were Here – Postcard From Lake Louise

Wish You Were Here – Postcard From Lake Louise

Wish You Were Here – Postcard From Lake Louise Karen and Riley Caton’s 2014 RV Road Trip to Alaska We’re Karen and Riley Caton, full-time RVrs on a three month, 7,500 mile round-trip journey from Washington to Alaska. Join us as we travel up the famous Alaska Highway (formerly the AlCan), visit towns and villages, […]

Wish You Were Here – Postcard From Revelstoke

Wish You Were Here – Postcard From Revelstoke

Wish You Were Here – Postcard From Revelstoke Karen and Riley Caton’s 2014 RV Road Trip to Alaska We’re Karen and Riley Caton, full-time RVrs on a three month, 7,500 mile round-trip journey from Washington to Alaska. Join us as we travel up the famous Alaska Highway (formerly the AlCan), visit towns and villages, photograph […]

Travel British Columbia – Four Hidden Gems in the Okanagan Valley

Travel British Columbia – Four Hidden Gems in the Okanagan Valley

Travel British Columbia – Four Hidden Gems in the Okanagan Valley By Karen and Riley Caton It’s not on a main highway, and you wonder where it is. There are many hidden gems the locals know about that should be visited while staying in the Okanagan Valley along Highway 97 in Southwestern British Columbia, Canada. […]

Travel Ontario: Parry Sound Choices for Summer Vacationers

Travel Ontario: Parry Sound Choices for Summer Vacationers

Travel Ontario: Parry Sound Choices for Summer Vacationers West of the Muskokas, Parry Sound offers a launching pad for culture and nature lovers alike By Dominique Millette Summer vacationers in Ontario have a plethora of choices available: cottage country snakes up the 400 to Sudbury, or up Highway 11 to Muskoka, North Bay and eventually […]

Travel Saskatchewan: A Day in Regina’s Organic World!

Travel Saskatchewan: A Day in Regina’s Organic World!

Travel Saskatchewan: A Day in Regina’s Organic World! By Habeeb Salloum and Muna Salloum ‘We’re all going organic’ a long time friend from Regina explained as we dug into organic omelettes at the Brickhouse Bistro. It was the beginning of our search for organic food in Regina and its environs. We had decided to begin […]

Aurora Borealis – A Yellowknife Adventure

Aurora Borealis – A Yellowknife Adventure

Aurora Borealis – A Yellowknife Adventure By Jill Philipchuk Date: September, 2012 Time: 1:00 am Place: Watson Lake, Yukon Territories, Canada I am outside and I am wearing my husband’s huge, puffy down jacket to stay warm as I scan the sky for the Northern Lights (aurora borealis). He is inside sawing logs. My camera […]

WJ Tested: Discovering History-Rich Quebec City

WJ Tested: Discovering History-Rich Quebec City

WJ Tested: Discovering History-Rich Quebec City WAVEJourney Travels to Quebec City in Canada’s Province of Quebec It’s a great big world out there, but we had no idea that old world charm was so accessible to North Americans until we paid a visit to Quebec City. Surprised by our ignorance, but delighted in this discovery, […]

Travel British Columbia, Canada: Big Family, Big White, Big Savings

Travel British Columbia, Canada: Big Family, Big White, Big Savings

Travel British Columbia, Canada: Big Family, Big White, Big Savings By Jane Cassie When our five children were young, choosing the perfect holiday was a challenge and, with an age span of eleven years, reaching consensus was not an easy task. But because they had grown up close to ski lifts and had all made […]

Travel Ontario, Canada: A Winter Visit To Point Pelee

Travel Ontario, Canada: A Winter Visit To Point Pelee

Travel Ontario, Canada: A Winter Visit To Point Pelee By Cheryl Smyth Southern Ontario is a vast land that boasts the Great Lakes, Carolinian forests, and rich agriculture. Though winter temperatures may result in many of these features being covered in snow, there is no reason to endure restlessness and cabin fever inside. For those […]

Travel Ontario: A Drive To Thunder Bay

Travel Ontario: A Drive To Thunder Bay

Travel Ontario: A Drive To Thunder Bay By Cheryl Smyth On Our Way I had reserved the motel room and ensured the car was in proper running order. The cooler was filled with refreshments, and the debit and credit card were on hand. Judging from a glance at my map, I determined if we set […]

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