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Relive The Legend of Love & Sacrifice, Kakabeka Falls

At 40m high Kakabeka Falls ranks the second largest waterfall in Ontario.  A historic route of The Voyageurs, the Kaministiquia River has been carving a path through the Canadian Shield for centuries, creating this beautiful waterfall and revealing million-year-old fossils.  And as much as the river may have grown, meandered and shared, it is the Ojibwa First Nation legend regarding this waterfall that has tourists … Continue reading Relive The Legend of Love & Sacrifice, Kakabeka Falls

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Canadian Crumbs – Crooked Bush

Hello 2018!!!  You are a beautiful sight for sore eyes!!!!  I love the dawn of a new year.  It brings with it all sorts of possibilities.  And the possibilities in 2018 are endless for Q and I as we continue on our nomadic journey.  This year will be the beginning of TNN’s Cross Country Portage!  Oh ya, baby!!!  So it only seems appropriate that our … Continue reading Canadian Crumbs – Crooked Bush

Victoria In 24 Hours

Calling all travellers and explorers!!!  If you are looking for a trendy city, soaked in Victorian architecture and dripping with colonial history look no further than Victoria, British Columbia. Victoria has successfully married the past with the modern world from their tea rooms and botanical gardens to their chic coffee bars and abundant network of cycling routes.  This hip town has landmarks and adventures from … Continue reading Victoria In 24 Hours