Ontario is an incredible province, and it’s a huge place to explore. The fourth-largest province has dozens of interesting towns and cities, and includes the Canadian Shield, touches on the Hudson Bay to the north, the Great Lakes to the South, and it’s filled with stunning natural spaces.
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What’s on your post-pandemic bucket list? After months of lockdowns and closures, travel and vacationing are at the top of my list, and right after I get back out in Ontario, I’m really looking forward to a beach vacation somewhere warm and sunny.
Everything should be as easy as a Cozey couch. It’s been a tough year, so it was a huge relief getting a new couch in the middle of the pandemic without having to worry about getting into a store.
It finally happened. This week I had my first vaccination shot, and it’s made me just a bit more hopeful. For the next few months, I still don’t expect to travel far, but travel is getting closer and closer, and it’s started to make me think about past trips too.
There is nowhere else like Canada. I feel lucky to have this beautiful county right outside my door; filled with stories, people, and adventures. There is so much to admire about our country, and this year, it’s the best travel destination I can imagine.
The last few years have been brutal for Canadian media, and I want to do something about it.
There really is nothing else like the DJI FPV. In a special announcement today, DJI unveiled their latest drone, and it’s something different from the drones we’ve seen from the brand in the past.
Growing up in New Brunswick, back in the 80s, road trips were a staple of my family’s summer vacation plans. We had short trips, with a few days in Bouctouche or Fundy National Park, and we had longer trips down Maine’s Route 1 to stay in Machias, Jonesport, and Bar Harbor. And every time, it felt like a new adventure.
The middle of a pandemic is possibly a funny time to start a monthly travel series. I’ll admit that this year is still not going to be what we had hoped. We’re getting closer to some kind of new normal though, and for me and my family, tThe one constant has been that we’ve still been dreaming about travel.
This year was a tough one, wasn’t it? We all have some complicated thoughts about 2020. For me, it taught me a few things, and made me feel very fortunate, even though it was a year without travel, major events, or big family get togethers.