43 Days to Canada – Amazing Landscapes

It’s now February 16th. Only forty-three days until we leave Japan. The time is so near that it’s feeling real. Still a lot to do, though.

One thing I’m going to start doing is making frequent videos about our move, talking about things we’ve done, things we need to do, and my thoughts of the moment. They’ll be pretty brief, but you’ll get an idea about what’s going on in my mind, as well as find out what the whole process is like.

But for now, I’ll just share with you an article that features some incredibly beautiful, but lesser-known places in Canada. Huffington Post published this a couple years ago. Here’s what you can see:

  • Mount Thor – Wow. The mountains in Nunavut look amazing
  • Abraham Lake – Incredible in winter. This is in my home province of Alberta.
  • Manicouagan Crater – This is probably one of the most famous craters in the world. It looks amazing from space.
  • Pingualuit Crater – This is a relatively fresh crater in Quebec. Looks quite recent.
  • Pingos in the Northwest Territories – Very interesting hills that add to the unique tundra landscape.
  • The Sleeping Giant – That’s a massive hunk of rock rising above the surrounding land in Ontario.
  • The Bay of Fundy – Highest tides in the world. Would love to see that.
  • Nahanni National Park in Northwest Territories – This place looks incredible.
  • Spotted Lake in British Columbia – I’d love to see this in person. It looks like nothing I’ve ever seen before.
  • The sky in Saskatchewan – The clouds on the prairies are amazing. It’s similar in Edmonton.
  • Gros Morne National Park – Wow. That looks like an amazing view reminiscent of Iceland.
  • Ice Caves – Plenty of these, including one in Jasper! That’s not far from Edmonton.

What would you like to see?

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18 thoughts on “43 Days to Canada – Amazing Landscapes”

      1. She often write poems about Saskatchewan. I remember her writing about the cold. I don’t know that I recall a poem about clouds in particular. I meant “it” to refer to Saskatchewan, not the clouds in particular…

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