Posts Tagged "Quebec"

St. John’s to Vancouver and Back Part 14

Another great campsite at the Driftwood park, a couple hundred kms West of Ottawa, on the Ottawa river. Getting wood for the fire. And coffee. It was such a nice spot, I took lots of pictures. The weather was nice, but some thunder clouds were rolling on the horizon, so we used a tarp for extra protection, although it turned out it wasn’t necessary. It is the last site – nestled into...

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St. John’s to Vancouver and Back Part 15

Made it across the border with no problems, and landed at my cousin’s place in Grand Bay, on a beautiful sunny day. The reflection in the mirror says it all. My cousin Angela cookin up a scoff. So, it is July 29 – and tomorrow I could go to the U2 concert, or head for the ferry and go to the Soiree. My cousin was going to the concert, but after a month of freedom and big skies, the...

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St. John’s to Vancouver and Back Part 6

So we saw these cool waterfalls and stopped at a rest stop for a breather and bum break, there were lots of these stops – I didnt document them all. It started to rain – we pulled into this gas station (Huge wall mural, largest in North America they say) I was dressed for the rain And the rain kept coming, however my Tourmaster jacket and pants were not up for the challenge and I got...

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St. John’s to Vancouver and Back Part 7

Drumheller, one of my favourite stops of the trip If you look closely, there are people in his mouth. In the Heart of the Canadian Badlands in Southern Alberta, the Drumheller Valley is a peculiar deviation from the flat lands of the prairies. I got this photo from Panoramio, (I can’t yet fly, so I had to borrow an aerial photo). Drumheller has the richest deposits of fossils and dinosaur...

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St. John’s to Vancouver and Back Part 5

Woops, lost track of the days already. Um, this would be July 7th Got all the way to Sudbury, and Dave suggested a Hotel, because you know it was getting late and he really needed a shower.. (commence eye-rolling sequence) Blowdrying my sheepskin after a little shower. Dave, very happy. July 8 A little nap in one of the rest stops in Ontario (Apres Sudbury) Dave’s helmet starts to fall...

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