Travel

The Three Amigos And Steve

The Three Amigos And Steve

As the vehicle rumbles across the first of three teeth-rattling Texas gates a small herd of white-tailed deer scatter, bounding effortlessly along the ridge line. A quick stop to survey the land is immediately greeted by a hundred black-tailed prairie dogs playing a massive game […]

Athabasca Glacier

Athabasca Glacier

A few years ago I overheard a second hand story involving an Inuit whose logic is irrefutable. The story is that of an elder’s argument pertaining to climate change and the impact of scientific exploration. If two equal volumes of ice are placed in water, […]

The Badlands

The Badlands

If you know of Dr Alan Grant, you should visit Drumheller, Alberta at least once in your life. In Michael Crichton’s Jurassic Park, the fictional badass paleontologist is first introduced digging in the Montana badlands. For those dino-die-hards living in Canada, Montana might be rather […]

West Coastin’

West Coastin’

Here you will find more Volkswagens than in Germany, more dreadlocks than Jamaica, more unshaven body parts than France. Where are you? Believe it or not this is Canada’s West Coast. It’s a place where cooking all three meals off a tailgate is part of […]

Gjoa Haven

Gjoa Haven

This past February I was ‘lucky’ enough to be sent to Canada’s Arctic to document the work of a group of scientists from the Institute of Oceanographic Science with the Department of Fisheries and Oceans. We were in the incredibly welcoming community of Gjoa Haven, […]

What’s A Qikiqtarjuaq?

What’s A Qikiqtarjuaq?

This summer I was lucky enough to be sent to Canada’s Arctic to film and photograph what ever was encountered. Throughout the trip I did a bit of guest blogging for the Vancouver Sun. Those interested in reading about places like Cambridge Bay, Iqaluit, Arctic […]

Gabriola Island

Just a twenty minute ferry ride from Nanimo is the quaint little island of Gabriola, an island known for… being home to countless über hippies! Wikipedia politely notes how Gabriola’s cultural life includes annual festivals related to art poetry, gardens, boating, and fishing – in […]

Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium

So totally on a whim my girlfriend and I on Saturday made the trek to Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium. To summarize our three hour visit in one word = Awesome… actually let’s make it two words = Freaking Awesome. The first thing I noticed […]