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Winter Getaway to Highfields Country Inn and Spa – Zephyr, Ontario, Canada
Winter Getaway to Highfields Country Inn and Spa – Zephyr, Ontario, Canada Looking for a quick getaway from Toronto? Neilia Sherman has the place for you.
The Icelands Parkway and the Num-Ti-Jah Lodge – Alberta, Canada
The Icelands Parkway and the Num-Ti-Jah Lodge – Alberta, Canada You ain't seen nuthing until you've seen the Icela
A Stay in Not Just an Ordinary B&B In Banff, Alberta – Banff, Alberta
A Stay in Not Just an Ordinary B&B In Banff, Alberta – Banff, Alberta It took 35 years of traveling before Norm Goldman
The Canadian Badlands: Some Places Surpass One’s Expectations! – Alberta, Canada
The Canadian Badlands: Some Places Surpass One’s Expectations! – Alberta, Canada Despite being overshadowed by its famous neighbor,
Alberta’s David Thomson Explorer’s Trail – Alberta, Canada
Alberta’s David Thomson Explorer’s Trail – Alberta, Canada Norm Goldman thinks this stretch of road is Albert
Marvelous Miette – Alberta, Canada
Marvelous Miette – Alberta, Canada For years Deb Smith had dreamed of visiting Miette
The End of the Americas (August 2004) – North America
The End of the Americas (August 2004) – North America If the end of Africa was an unexpected and exultant victory over a fierce opponent, the end of the Americas was becoming a sad drawn-out goodbye to a friend.
Victoria, BC – January 2000
Winter in Victoria usually means rain and cloudy skies with an all-pervasive grayness to the weather. Hours of daylight are short, and the city does seem to lose its ambiance. However, there are advantages to off-season travel. Room rates can be almost half the high season ones – and there’s still lots to see and […]
Ontario, Canada – August 1999
Ontario, Canada – August 1999 Kings of Blue Mountain After a restless night of eager anticipation, getting up at the crack of dawn wasn’t hard since I had scarcely slept. Today my fiancée, my mother, my aunt and I were making the first of what will undoubtedly be an annual pilgrimage. Our destination was a Mecca of our own design. […]
Ontario, Canada – April 1999
Ontario Awakens from Hibernation Every February 2 Wiarton, Ontario’s own albino gopher, Wiarton Willie predicates the weather for the next 6 weeks. This year he died before his big day, but his last words reportedly (I’m not making this up) were that we were getting an early spring. Well, he was wrong! We’ve had a […]