Returning to Yukon...

Do you ever travel to a place year after year? Do you get excited to return and see what has changed? Do you wonder if you will still have the same initial reaction? After returning a year later to Yukon, all these thoughts were running through my head. But of course, as soon as I stepped outside of the airport, I felt like I was returning home. The mountain backdrop and the fresh air still captivated my senses, and filled me with a calming sensation. 

Read More
Gros Morne - The Tablelands

The Tablelands, a barren reddish brown plateau that towers seven hundred metres above the Atlantic Ocean, stands alone as an alien landscape amongst the lush and hilly forests that encompasses it. Found between the towns of Trout River and Woody Point in south west of Gros Morne National Park, it was here that geologists proved the theory of plate tectonics.

Read More
Captain Wayne’s Marine Excursions 

Captain Wayne Marine Excursions was our first choice, when deciding which boat tour to join. He designed and built his own boat, just for the purpose of viewing wildlife within Witless Bay. Catering to photographers and wildlife aficionados, he only takes out smaller groups of people.

Read More
Along Chikanishing Trail

Killarney Provincial Park is one of Ontario's most popular wilderness destinations. The origins of the park is owed to the conservation effects of The Group of Seven. They were a group of Canadian landscape painters in the 1920's, who petitioned the Ontario Provincial government to have the area preserved, to protect all of their magnificent landscapes from logging. How could you not want to explore the unique and rugged scenery, that a group of Canadian artists fought so hard to protect. The Chikanishing Trail was the first trail we had decided to accomplish since arriving in Killarney Provincial Park.

Read More