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This mid-April, I’ll be traveling by car across Canada, heading towards Nelson, BC and I’m looking for a travel buddy.

Someone to talk to, jam to music with, and share those great Canadian views. I want to visit a few National parks along the way, so that means some day-trip detours and such, not just strait highway driving, that’s boring.

Possible stops include (but are not limited to):
– St.Lawrence Scenic view drive (stopping in Trois-Riviere)
– Sleeping Giant Provincial Park (Ontario, near Thunder Bay)
– Rushing River Provincial Park (Northern Ontario)
– Grasslands National Park (Saskatchewan)
– Banff National Park (Alberta)

I’ll drive you as far as you want, but as I won’t be coming back east, you’ll have to fly home. Let me know as soon as possible, I’ve only got 1 extra seat, and so I can plan the trip accordingly.

Come experience all Canada has to offer with me, I’d really appreciate the company. Message me on Facebook, email me at skianlogan@gmail.com , or text me if you have my number if you are interested!




Explore and Discover: Canada 150

On July 1st, Canada turns 150 years old; that’s a pretty important accomplishment if you ask me. Canada has come a long way from being the Colonies it once was in the 1800’s and that is for sure something to celebrate. So get out there and have some fun this Saturday.

Go down to your local park and enjoy the festivities, there is bound to be something happening in your community; from a community barbecue, all the way to an extravagant display of fireworks at the end of the night.

Here’s a list of other Canadian things you can do this Canada Day:

  • Order a poutine with real cheese curds and gravy
  • Play a game of street hockey
  • Make pancakes and use real Canadian maple syrup
  • Break out in song and sing the national anthem in the middle of your local park
  • Ride a moose down Main Street
  • Go order a Double-Double from Tim Hortons
  • Apologize to a bunch of people for no reason
  • Drink a nice cold (Canadian, not American) Beer, but only if your legal age of course.

These are of course, all Canadian stereotypes that tourists might have asked you about in the past.  This Canada Day, embrace these stereotypes.

From Sea to shining Sea, remember this Canada Day that we are the true north, strong, and the free. Think of our freedoms, and how lucky we are to live in the greatest country on Earth.

Have a great Canada Day to all of you, remember to be safe and be responsible on this fantastic holiday.