Our traveller shares her drink recipe inspired by Saskatchewan.
Our traveller arrives in Regina, which kindles the memory of her last dodgy time in the city when she slept in her car and almost got arrested.
Our intrepid cross-Canada girl traveller heads to Moose Jaw, which has an elaborate system of underground tunnels that were used for a variety of nefarious activities over the decades. “They are now total tourist traps, and have two theatrical tours that most suckers have to pay to see,” she writes. “But not me!”
The ongoing story of a girl and her van on an epic journey across Canada. Day 28 (Sunday June 6th) As I rolled out of Viking, Alberta, I saw a hand-written sign on bright pink poster board in a pharmacy window that read, “HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!” Oh, crap! Is it Father’s Day? This was bad […]
Our traveler spends her last few days in Alberta with good friends and better tequila, then heads North East, weaving her way through the backroads to a town called…wait for it…Viking.
Our traveler and her plans to take the long road from BC to Alberta, through the Canadian Rockies, are repeatedly thwarted by the weather.
Our traveler proves over and over again that she should not be left unattended. But at least she saw a lot of Golden, British
The ongoing story of a girl and her van on an epic journey across Canada. Day 16 (Tues, May 25th) I need to mention two more things about Hope before we can all move on. #1 Angie and I went for a walk along the river and we saw the miraculous Jesus Ducks. These little […]
The ongoing story of a girl and her van on an epic journey across Canada. I’m not going to try to make this a funny story, because I’m pretty sure no matter how I spin it, it will only ever be funny to me, my sister Angie, and our mom. To everyone else we’ll just […]
The ongoing story of a girl and her van on an epic journey across Canada. Day 11 (Thurs, May 20th) I left my new friends in Houston and drove to Prince George. I’ve been to PG before. I have to be honest. I didn’t like it. My sister Angie lived there for a few years […]