Morant's Curve. We were hoping to catch the train passing through here, and the second our car pulled off the road the train came through and it was a crazy adrenaline rush to get the shot before it was gone.
Double tap if you love being outside!
I’ve been hearing so much lately about climate change and natural disasters hitting coasts all of the world and I can’t help but feel guilty because I am capable of doing way more to reduce my carbon footprint. That I should always be reusing, reducing and recycling in all aspects of my life, not just garbage. 🌿
I’m hoping I’m not the only one who still believes that one person can change the world because if we all believed that, maybe the world would actually begin to change...
This fall I partnered with @anupayaqualitygoods to help carry out my commitment to the one thing that keeps me alive and I am looking for new habits to adopt to make low waste a priority.
Anupaya is an outdoor apparel and goods company that commits to removing a pound of waste for every product sold by hosting and funding community cleanups across Canada. #thepathlesspath 🍂
I’m curious to know your thoughts on the environment- are we a lost cause? does it make you annoyed when you see a plastic water bottle? Lmk !
Tuesday Travel to Salmon Arm British Columbia 😍😍😍🌅🌅🌅⠀
Truthfully, I need to explore my own country more. I’ve always loved travelling and wanting to see the world but with all that wanderlust I’ve never really thought about exploring my own backyard. Canada has so much beauty and nature to explore that I could spend several lifetimes doing just that, and yet I haven’t even scratched the surface. ⠀
For myself it feels like because it’s where I live I don’t really need to explore it and should instead explore the far off places of the world I’ve only heard about. This is going to change. I want to see what beauty Canada has to offer. I want to go to the glaciers and mountains, both the Atlantic and Pacific coastlines, and everywhere in between. It’s an enormous country with endless places to explore and it’s my goal to truly learn as much about my home as I can. ⠀
For anyone who’s been to Canada or lives here, what was your favourite place to explore?? Give me some ideas. ⠀
#Repost @sarahlyndsayphotography with @get_repost⠀
Location: Kananaskis Country, BC/ Alberta border •
Selected by: @jeff_bell_photos •
Kananaskis Country is a park system situated to the west of Calgary, Alberta, Canada in the foothills and front ranges of the Canadian Rockies. Kananaskis Country can be accessed by three highways that run into or through the area: Highway 40, a 66 km (41 mi) segment of the Bighorn Highway and also known as Kananaskis Trail; Highway 66, a 28 km (17 mi) highway originating near Bragg Creek known as Elbow Falls Trail; and Highway 68, a 42 km (26 mi) gravel highway originating from the Trans-Canada Highway (Highway 1) known as Sibbald Creek Trail. •
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World's best travel destinations include Italy, Peru and … Manitoba.
Northern lights, beautiful lakes and world-class restaurants are among the attractions that prompted @lonelyplanet to name Manitoba among the top places to see in 2019. 🙌🙌
The province ranked eighth in the internationally recognized travel company's annual list of the top 10 regions in the world to visit. The company annually creates top 10 lists of countries, cities, regions and best-value destinations.
Read more of this story on cbc.ca/manitoba.
Photos via @travelmanitoba.