Continuing with my series of Neighbourhood Spaces. Six months of freezing winter months and the first signs of soaring mercury and I am ready to embrace the Canadian summer, the sunshine and colorful smiling nature a.k.a William Shakespeare… “Shall I compare thee to a summer’s day? Thou art more lovely and more temperate. Rough winds… Continue reading A Summer’s Day….
Tag: Canada Tourism
DINO’S ON THE PROWL….DRUMHELLER
Drumheller the "Dinosaur Capital of the World”: The somnolent 'prairie' flatlands give way to straggly flat topped, steep sloped Mesas, barren rock formations of multicoloured layers, rusty brown, beige streaked with purple and green lines. We are on our way to Drumheller, the Dinosaur capital of the World. It is a mere 135 km Northeast… Continue reading DINO’S ON THE PROWL….DRUMHELLER
Road Trip continues….Bay of Fundy…..Magic on the Rocks
The final stretch of the Maritime road trip and somehow the most magical segment. The poet Kahlil Gibran's words resonate as I share the previously published blog 'Bay of Fundy'. Gibran muses... 'The appearance of things change according to the emotions, and thus we see magic and beauty in them, while the magic and beauty… Continue reading Road Trip continues….Bay of Fundy…..Magic on the Rocks