Sure, we’ve been stopping to explore here and there, but it sure drives home the fact that Ontario is a big, big province. Quebec to Manitoba, from border to border, it’s more than 2,000 km. The route is lined with rocks, trees, lakes, rivers and more rocks and trees combining to create breath-taking scenery. Much as it reminds us of Group of Seven paintings, there’s lots more to see besides the landscape. Continue reading Seven days out and we’re still in Ontario!
When we travel with our tent, Ken and I have a finely-tuned chorography for getting ready. I have lists that are years old. We each have our own tasks that we do without even consulting each other. Our trips run smoothly because we’ve done this so often.
Juniper has introduced a new routine. Continue reading Did anyone think of making a list?
We’re soon off on another adventure. We’re going westward to explore our country and some northwestern American states. And we’ll be traveling in a new way, aboard a motor home. We named her Juniper and the name was carefully picked.
We have a dear friend named June. Continue reading Introducing Juniper