September 4, 2019

Getting Engaged atop the Rocky Mountains

On August 30th, 2019 Maria and I climbed to the top of the Sulphur Ridge skyline in Jasper National Park. It was a 10 kilometer (round […]
August 11, 2019

Spirit Sands and the Devil’s Punch Bowl

Spirit Sands is a place that’s held great spiritual meaning to First Nation tribes since its discovery. The Anishinaabe believed that one of the first creations […]
July 15, 2019

Little Known Limestone Caves and Cliffs Hidden along Lake Manitoba’s Shoreline

Hidden along Lake Manitoba’s eastern shoreline, where the water is coloured like the sea, is a collection of caves carved out by waves repeatedly crashing into […]
July 2, 2019

Manitoba’s Best Kept Secret: Pine Dock Caves

July 2020 Update When I initially posted this, I had no idea of the traction or traffic that it would get. I also had no idea […]
March 24, 2019

Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Where the Red River meets the Assiniboine, in a city formerly known as the gateway to the west, lies a gargantuan conglomerate of brick, concrete and […]
February 4, 2019

Oldest Ukrainian Church in Canada

St Micheal’s Ukrainian Orthodox Church is the oldest surviving Ukrainian Church built in Canada. Located along Provincial Road 209, it was established in 1899 by immigrants […]
January 21, 2019

Science, Mythology and Pictures of the Super Blood Wolf Moon

Every January, the first full moon of the year is considered a Wolf Moon. This traditional name arose due to the frequent occurrence of starving wolves […]
December 26, 2018

Legends from the World’s 7th Longest Cave (230km)

Located in Custer County, South Dakota, underneath the largest remaining natural mixed-grass prairie in the United States lies Wind Cave. The complexity of Wind Cave is […]
December 18, 2018

Cathedral Spires

Cathedral Spires is an area within Custer State Park in South Dakota. The hike from Needles Highway to the Cathedral Spires is 1.5 miles long and […]