CB&W: Open Topic

It’s been awhile since we’ve taken to the open road, since light protruding through shadowy clouds has charmed and lured us onwards, hearts set on adventure, minds as open as the landscape. Just beyond the state line of Arizona, driving into California we were greeted by this posse of burros, shamelessly begging despite the signs […]

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A Photo a Week: Quintessential Canadians

I hope not all Canadians are not as noisy and messy as the goose that bears our country’s name, but I do know many of us are as industrious as the beaver: (For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week Challenge:  Quintessential)

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Muskoka

North of Toronto, Canada, there is an area of lakes known as Muskoka.  Having traveled extensively over the winter, and marvelled at many new and exotic landscapes, we return to the places of our youth with a new appreciation and respect for what we have here at home. Muskoka and the Haliburtons are vacation destinations, […]

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Impressions of Wyoming

The sign at the first rest area we come to in Wyoming welcomes visitors and suggests that we might want to slow down and enjoy the views that lie ahead.  The landscape, it suggests, is much the same as it was in the time of early settlers – an untamed mecca for wildlife. Having never […]

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RV-Able: Breathtaking

“It’s just so beautiful!” I kept repeating, the scene before me an unexpected treasure on what was to be a non-eventful day. Having only just arrived in Arizona, we like to take a day to orient ourselves to the area – note the interesting landmarks, restaurants, shopping areas.  The landscape here is so different from […]

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RV-Able: Leaving Texas

Our time in Texas has come to a close.  Two months we’ve been here and I feel like so much has happened.  We’ve made new friends, learned to appreciate nature and wildlife, and I’ve taken up painting as well as photography. The day we left Falcon Lake State Park it was still unseasonably cold.  Poor […]

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