By Martin Strunge
A good friend once told me, “When you travel, you get much greater experiences if you know the language of the country you are travelling in. 950 more words
By Tim and Susannah Gent
For more on canoeing and camping, purchase Tim’s book, ‘Canoe Camping’.
Travel north above the Arctic Circle, along the road that skirts the wondrous indented Norwegian coast, and deception hangs innocently in the clear bright air. 2,798 more words
The Bowron Lakes are located in the northern Rocky Mountains 120 kms east of Quesnel in British Columbia. Originally, hunters and trappers with several cabins and lodges residing on the shores of the lakes frequented the Bowron Lakes and the surrounding forests and mountains. 3,578 more words
It took a long while to get this sorted, but all my hikes (100+ of them), canoe trips, and in-state backpacking trips (Including the Batona Trail broken down by day), and sites of interest are now on one big, friendly Google map. 25 more words