As I become more and more experienced with sea kayaking I find the more and more I deviate from the routing as outlined in my float plan. To quote Robert Burns, “the best laid plans of mice and men often go astray.” This was the case recently during my week paddling in The Broken Group Islands. The inherent risks associated with the on water conditions though, should and will warrant a deviation from… Read More
Waterton Lakes National Park certainly does not get the attention it deserves but that also means less people and that’s not always a bad thing. Having explored most of the National Parks in Western Canada, Waterton still ranks as one of my favorites. These images were created outside of the park along the back roads.
I spent the past week driving to and from Vancouver Island to Waterton Lakes National Park. This was my first time travelling along the western portion of Highway #3, otherwise known as the Crowsnest Pass. The variation in landscape is quite profound as well as the temperature. After leaving 25+ degree weather in Osoyoos, I encountered a snowstorm a couple hours later just north of Cristina Lake. In Sparwood, the Highway 43… Read More