What’s one new thing you would like to do this
year? For me, I’d like to see and photograph more night time sky phenomenon,
like the Milky Way and northern lights. The best way to do that is to visit one
of the many dark sky preserves in Canada.
Canadians are lucky. I mean we have just a vast landscape with so many places to see and explore. Yes, it’s a big country and the best way to see it is by car. There’s no better way to get to know this country than to take a drive on one of it many epic road trips in Canada.
With the start of summer just around the corner, Canadians like to pack up the car and hit the road. Canada’s a big place so while you’re not at the wheel, dig into a book and read about the places you will fly by on your Canadian road trip.
Everybody likes to joke about Saskatchewan – “You can watch your dog run away for three days!”- and most like to fly from eastern Canada to western Canada to avoid the long straight, flat prairies in between.
In the part one, I talked about the ‘Ice’ portion of Fire and Ice: A Canadian Road Trip. Once we left the mountains, the weather changed, and we delved into the ‘Fire’ part of our journey. From Ice and snow to sand and badlands, this truly was a fire and ice road trip.