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…I came to a realization over the course of the last couple of days. I’m surprised it didn’t occur to me earlier. The last few weeks have been the longest period of time that I have spent outside of Alberta or British Columbia since I moved west from Nova Scotia in 2004. I continue to be amazed by the enormity and diversity of Canada and am so thankful that I call this… Read More

Earlier this week I explored the area north of Elkford, BC. Located within the western ranges of the southern Rocky Mountains, Elk Lakes Provincial Park is an easily accessible wilderness park characterized by outstanding sub-alpine landscapes, remnant glaciers, rugged peaks and productive lakes. Elk Lakes Provincial Park is located in southeastern BC, about 104 kilometers north of Sparwood. Turn off Highway 3 at Sparwood and go north on Highway 43 until you… Read More

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