Wild Jobs Part Twelve: Horse Rancher

March 11, 2019

“We have almost forgotten how strange a thing it is that so huge and powerful and intelligent an animal as a horse should allow another, and far more feeble animal, to ride upon its back.” ~ […]

The Highest Point Between the Rockies and Labrador

March 6, 2019

The Cypress Hills rise 600 metres above the surrounding prairies making it the highest point between the Canadian Rockies and the Labrador Peninsula on the east coast. The unique mix of climate, geography, and ecosystems create […]

Discovering The Devil’s Coulee

January 17, 2019

Warner is a sleepy little town about 280km southeast of Calgary. It is the home of the Devil’s Coulee Dinosaur & Heritage Museum, which showcases Canada’s first, and largest, dinosaur nesting site. The coulee, an important paleontological […]

Why You Need to Visit Calgary, Canada

January 1, 2019

There really is no need to convince tourists to enter this precious pearl of a city. Canada already holds so much beauty it’s rather difficult to choose your next holiday vacation within the country. One […]

Off The Beaten Path

April 2, 2018

“It’s the journey, not just the destination.”                                                  ~Moose Trail Overland Mantra […]

A Truly Wild Experience

November 24, 2017

“The Smaller The Creature, The Bolder Its Spirit.” ~Suzy Kassem I found myself in a precarious situation, trying to keep the bike between me and the angry beast. No matter what I tried it just kept […]

The Sulphur Summit

October 16, 2017

Norman Bethune Sanson has likely summited Sulphur Mountain more times than anyone else. The former curator of the Banff Park Museum first climbed the peak in 1896 to record weather observations from an elevated position. […]