The Aftermath

Finding Canada I found strength in British Columbia Among the high mountain tops in the deep valleys I found memories in Alberta With friendly faces And open arms I found singing in Saskatchewan Alone in the wide open spaces I found family in Manitoba Where I never thought there was I found kindness in Ontario […]

I DID IT

Route: Transcanada to Dartmouth then $2 ferry to downtown Halifax Campground: Inge’s apartment 3 amazing things: I finally used my uncles high visibility vest andΒ my rain pants while biking I tried mussels, lobster, digby scallops, beaver sausage, freshly smoked Atlantic salmon, fire roasted bannock. I finally made it to Halifax. 1 lesson: Determination is a […]

The Last Leg

Route: Ferry to Digby – Sandy Cove – Greenwood – Melanson – Halifax Campgrounds: Whale Cove Campground in Sandy Cove – Warmshowers in Greenwood – Joanne’s magical historic house in a cute Acadian community, Melanson – Inge’s apartment in Halifax 3 amazing things: Meeting climbers in Dibgy, who convinced me to derail my plans and […]

Bonjour from Montreal!

Route: Oka – Montreal via La Route Verte Campground: Couchsurfing in Montreal – stayed with a Columbia man named Juan – a delight! 3 amazing things: La Parc Fountaine – my new favourite place. Hands down. Best adult playground. #TamTams Squeaky cheese is the best cheese, especially when it is drowned in gravy atop of […]

Oka is more than Okay

Route: Ottawa – A random village 70 Kms outside of Ottawa – Oka Campground: Whispering Pines, or as I like to call it, Hippy Haven. 3 Amazing things: The route was really pleasant heading out of Ottawa, it is a must see – Prescott Russell Trail. This was a really nice trail to take out […]

Peak.

I must say I never thought that I would make it to the capital in time for Canada day, and for those who don’t know – July 1 is also my birthday. This was the peak of my trip, and by peak, I mean what I had been looking forward to for years. To be […]