To celebrate Canada Day, I’ve scanned two photos I took during Canadian road trips some years ago, and posted them here. The lefthand image is from Peggy’s Cove, Nova Scotia, from when I was there in 1988. The other is of Roche Percé, the amazing pierced rock, from a visit to Quebec’s Gaspé Peninsula earlier in the ’80s. These were just two of the many vacations I’ve enjoyed in Canada, from Gros Morne National Park on the west coast of Newfoundland to the Cabot Trail on Cape Breton Island, to the Saguenay fjord in Quebec, to Niagara-in-the-Lake in Ontario, countless visits to Toronto, and an unforgettable train journey across the country that began in Vancouver. I say Happy Birthday to all my precious Canadian friends–you live in a very beautiful country, always close to my heart!
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