Google photos hitting us hard with memories from last year. What an awesome destination Canada proved to be for our honeymoon. In fact, we're pretty sure this photo was taken at the aptly named Honeymoon Lake. Look at those reflections on the water!
We've been a bit quiet recently - that's because real life things like new jobs have gotten in the way! However, our campervan Patricia will be getting a run out this bank holiday weekend as we head to Wales! Stay-tuned!
This is the end of my Canadian's series of pictures. Before i leave you and explore Canada Ontario by yourself, let me speak about my 3 weeks experience.
I first landed in the beautiful Toronto to join my friend who's traveling the world for a year. My very first impression...@britishairways forgot my bag on my way to Canada. So for the first time i was without my stuff for the next 2 days. Not the best experience but i took it with fun. Finally i got the chance to meet my friend after 6 month without seeing him. Long time no see as they said. It actually felt as if i saw him the day before :). After catching up the first time we went out to explore the city and make some plans for the 3 weeks in the area.
We quickly decided to go see our first NBA game between The Toronto Raptors and the Cleveland Cavaliers of Lebron James. The tickets were pricy but we decided to go through anyway. And honestly we haven't regretted it at all. The show was amazing and the game with a unbelievable performance of Lebron over 40 points left us speechless and full of admiration.
After some days walking in the streets of Toronto we decided to rent a car for the next following 10 days and go around Ontario. The plan was to head to Tobermory to take the ferry towards Manitoulin island. We slept in a camp nearby the first night and took the ferry the next morning. In May the weather was changing a lot and quickly. we almost got the snow on the boat but we enjoyed our 1 hour trip looking around and admiring mother nature. .
We are going to spend this week talking about terminology. Our board members thought that these posts were highly beneficial and were in their top picks for most informative #bslbytes .
As usual, were going to keep it fact-based and open to discussion, but we are aware that this becomes very controversial very quickly!
Please try to keep the conversations constructive. While we may choose to use different labels for our dogs, we think we can all agree that we need to put thought into the terminology we use. --- You’ll hear a lot of things when you hear people talk about “pit bulls”. But what is a “pit bull” anyway?? For most of the century, “pit bull” referred to an American Pit Bull Terrier, a recognized breed compromising of a group of purebred, pedigreed, and genetically coherent dogs.
To have a better understanding of what pedigree means, let’s use the definition provided by the Animal Pedigree Act of Canada: -- pedigree, in relation to an animal, means genealogical information showing the ancestral line of descent of the animal; --purebred, in relation to an animal of a distinct breed, means an animal that is a purebred of the breed as determined by the by-laws of the association authorized to register animals of that breed;
Over the years the meaning of the word “pit bull” has shifted. It has become a term used to encompass several breeds and mixes of that share “similar characteristics”. Dog’s carrying the label “pit bull” are often subjected to serious consequences such as discrimination, breed specific legislation, lower adoption rates, housing discrimination, service discrimination, and higher rates of euthanasia.
The stigma applied to dogs labelled as “pit bulls” will often last their entire life. Not only is this stigma unfair, the label itself is inaccurate in many cases. -- Continued in comments
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Mammoth rock ridges and wetlands create a stunning golf course with dramatic elevation changes and serene vistas. Muskoka Bay Club is now offering single and family golf memberships at an exclusively discounted price.
My friend Vince in the foreground, I snapped this as we made our way up through the conifer forest, our eyes locked on this beautiful monolithic mountain the whole way. One of the most adventurous climbs of the year that’s forsure. The route we took was up the left face in this photo. It was covered with scree the whole way and you had to be very cautious with each step to avoid joining in on the rock slides that we sent barrelling down the mountain numerous times. So exhilirating, looking forward to the next mountain that requires as much scrambling as this one did! @vincent_10007
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Let us begin with Lower Canada; its population is composed of about three-fourths French-Canadians, and of one-fourth English-Canadians. It is impossible, even for the blindest admirers of the scheme of Confederation, to shut out from their view this great difference of nationality, which is certainly fated to play an important part in the destinies of the future Confederation. #cdnhist#CDNHistory#Canada150#Confederation#sesquicentennial#quote#quoteoftheday @canada150 @Canada_150
Point Prim, PEI. Point Prim Lighthouse.
Not only is it one of Canada's oldest lighthouses but it is also one of two brick constructed lighthouses in all of Canada, the other one being in BC. It is considered to be the oldest lighthouse on PEI and the only round one, the main reason for our stop here instead of the numerous others! It gives a beautiful view of the Ocean, leaving you in awe of how vast the world is and how small you are in comparison. Not only that, but it gives you a view right at the edge by the Ocean, with its roar thundering in your ears. Definitely one of the places to visit if you happen to be in PEI and want to make it even more memorable than the red soil and Potato Museum. We sadly didn't get to see the sunset here but from what I could tell - it would have be phenomenal, with the rays bouncing off the waves, definitely one of the things to look for in the future!
PS: I think I should stop mentioning how late I am, definitely became a habit for me. Will try to be more consistent again since I have a lot of more to post after the Canada East Coast series finishes!
Continuation of the East Coast series where I try to summarize a 5000 KM trip into 10 or so pictures (I think it will be more than that).
I hope you all enjoy these as much as I enjoyed taking them and you visit this gem of a location.