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.
It’s a sure sign of spring when the sap is flowing. I’m talking about maple syrup! The best way to enjoy this lovely Canadian treat is by visiting the ever popular annual Elmira Maple Syrup Festival, held in early April.
I knew it would be a crazy idea, but I wanted to celebrate Canada Day in Ottawa this year. Living nearly 8 hours away, it would be a quick trip, but I knew I had to do it. I had to celebrate the 150th year since Confederation of Canada in Ottawa.
I recently checked an item off my 2016 bucket list: to zipline at the Scenic Caves Nature Adventures near Collingwood, Ontario.
Of all of the edible flowers, lavender has to be my favourite. I jumped at the chance to head to Niagara-on-the-Lake for the 2016 NEOB Lavender Festival – a festival all about that little purple plant.
Fall is without a doubt the best season. I can work through my brain fog of allergies to enjoy the gorgeous and breathtaking wonders of fall.
This fall, I have had the privilege of spending it on both sides of the country. Ontario still is #1 when it comes to the amazing colours.
Here is a list of my favourite things about Fall and a few pictures too look at along the way.
I woke up yesterday morning with a mixture of nervousness and excitement fighting within me. I was going to climb a 100-foot fire tower.
I’ve been to Whitecourt for about three weeks now. I absolutely love it. There is so much to see here. It is a small town, so it is pretty easy to recognize people, and easy to get around.