Canadian Crumbs – Bear Glacier

This past summer, Q and I embarked on a one week trip exploring Highway 37 Stewart-Cassier and the wilderness and landscapes accessible from it.  One of only two highways that connect the Yukon and Alaska to the rest of North America, the Cassier is sparsely populated and winds through some of the most breathtaking scenery on the planet.  Considered the “scenic route” expect to see … Continue reading Canadian Crumbs – Bear Glacier

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Tuktoyaktuk NWT & The Arctic

Two years ago Q and I attempted to drive the Dempster Highway through the Canadian arctic crossing through the Yukon to the most northern town on the Dempster in the North West Territories.  Unfortunately, the highway had washed out and required a 3-day fix during our 9-day vacation.  We drove just past Tombstone Territory Park to the washout and then had to turn around, vowing … Continue reading Tuktoyaktuk NWT & The Arctic

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Canadian Crumbs – Sparwood Titan

While wandering, aimlessly it seems at times, Q and I are always excited when we come across something grand in nature and with a historical significance. Well, imagine our shock when our wandering through the Crowsnest Pass near the Alberta/B.C. border revealed a relic of yesteryear, still magnificent and shadowing its surroundings except for the mountains themselves. For 25 years the Terex Titan would hold … Continue reading Canadian Crumbs – Sparwood Titan