Meet Guest author, Widdershins, from this post on Sue Vincent’s blog.
One summer, a few years ago, my wife and I traveled across Canada in our brand-spanking-new, never-owned-one-before, travel trailer. (a feat that, all by itself produced many hilarious and painful stories)
From our home in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia, we trekked north-east to the feet of Mount Robson, (in the Canadian Rockies) thence south-east across the prairies, through Edmonton, Yorkton, Winnipeg, Thunder Bay, (where we went gem-hunting at an amethyst mine) Sault Ste Marie, Hamilton, to Niagara Falls. We did all sorts of fun touristy things there, a winery tour, the butterfly conservatory, but the falls towered (heh) above all else. They are worthy of visiting if you’re ever in the neighborhood.
From Niagara Falls we took a quick detour through Michigan, and hopped back into Canada via Sault Ste Marie. Then, back through Thunder Bay, Winnipeg, and took a…
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