Imagine being able to go back in time millions of years ago and walk with dinosaurs. Wouldn't that be amazing? (Okay you're right, it would be a little scary and dangerous...but it sounds like a great time!)
Standing alone in the rain and fog of the ghost mining town of Sandon in British Columbia, Canada, I felt nervous as I took photos. Nervous because it was too quiet and eerie, I'd never stood in such a place.
Are you looking up new things to go see, new places to explore for when the weather warms up? The need to go camping soon is getting stronger?
I always like to go for a drive down some back road I haven't taken before, there's so many in Alberta, it seems more than anywhere else I've lived in Canada. This time I decided to go south to the Waterton Lakes National Park. Since this unusually nice weather decided to continue, I decided to go see what I could find. In a wind warning, with winds up to 100 km/h, it's not easy standing still to take a photo but it was is fun! I always love a challenge!
Being a marvel of the world with it’s massive tides, it’s always astounding too see just how much water pours in and how the earth appears when the water has moved out. The best part, for me, is how you can hear the wave of water coming in from afar, then louder as it gets closer, it's very amazing indeed. Although the tides vary from day to day, the high tide can be as high as...