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Prince Edward Island Vacation 2007 by Patrick Carriere (Naturewalk) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 163 W: 35 N: 227] (1137) :: 2007-07-14 - 2007-07-29 :: 3223 Views

This year our summer vacation brings us to the beautiful Atlantic province of Prince Edward Island. The Island is renowned for noumerous beaches, light houses, potato fields and of course the red soil. This is also the home of famous writer Lucy Maud Montgomery, known for the story of 'Ann of Green Gables'. (4 photos)

Jasper National PArk by Babak hendizadeh (timonejoon) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 177 W: 45 N: 224] (762) :: 2007-05-07 - 2007-06-01 :: 5157 Views

I went to Vancouver in May 2007. And from there, I took my aunt car and with my cousin we drove to Banff and then I drove to Jasper National Park. It is amazing place and it is like haven. You can see many of animals who pass the road or eating or resting near the road. People knowing this and many of them stop to take a picture or watching them. May and Jun are the best month for going there as most of Lakes ice melt down and create beautiful water falls and also many animals born there children on that time.... (full story) (4 photos)

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African Lions Safari by Sky Fa (SkyF) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2234 W: 188 N: 1912] (8073) :: 2006-09-17 :: 6006 Views

The series of photos will take you through the African Lion Safari park in southern Ontario.... (full story) (21 photos)

Canada vacation 2006 by Nel Diepstraten (NellyD) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Note Writer [C: 237 W: 0 N: 445] (1783) :: 2006-05-13 - 2006-06-03 :: 3726 Views

We (my BF and I) went on a three weeks vacation with a rented RV through Alberta and British Columbia. We were looking forward to it for a very long time, because it was on our to do list for years and now we could actually go.
The places we visited were: Calgary, Field, Revelstoke, Kamloops, Vancouver, Victoria, Whistler, Clearwater, Jasper, Lake Louise and Banff. Everywhere we went it was absolutely beautiful, but the Canadian Rockies especially just stole my heart.
Enjoy! (18 photos)

Tour de Canada by Pieter van der Horst (sAner) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 1455 W: 74 N: 1426] (4750) :: 2005-09-10 - 2005-10-01 :: 4334 Views

We (my gf and I) spent three whole weeks in the beautiful west of Canada. First we visited Vancouver, Vancouver Island and then we went to Revelstoke, Banff, Jasper, Wells Gray and finally Whistler. We were impressed by the scenery of British Columbia and Alberta. In 2004 we visited the amazing NZ and we thought we were now used to beauty. We were wrong! The west of Canada has a lot to offer and especially the Rockies are wonderful. If you have the time and the means to go there; go! :) (14 photos)

by Bruno Fr (sleipnir) (6) :: 2005-07-30 - 2005-08-21 :: 3416 Views

Parc National des Grands Jardins
Parc National du Saguenay
Parc National du Bic
Parc National du Forillon
Parc National de l'Ile Bonaventure
Parc National de Miguasha (1 photo)

Blow me Down Mountain Trail by John Forward (PolarBear) (15) :: 2005-08-13 - 2005-08-14 :: 3714 Views

This is a hiking trail through a wilderness area located between 'Blow Me Down Mountain' and 'Blow Me Down Brook', off highway 450. This area has a natural beauty that you will not find anywhere else.
About 1 km in on the trail is a natural pool (swim hole) of clean, clear, crisp water. It was cut by the melt water off the mountain. This is the most beautiful and picturesque locations I have ever seen. These pictures were taken when I brought 2 gentlemen from Barbados on a tour of the area. (4 photos)

Parc Safari, Hemmingford, Quebec by Renee Dion (Rubys) (36) :: 2004-08-05 :: 6448 Views

Début août 2004 - Voyage d'été avec les enfants, au Parc Safari à Hemmingford au Québec.Les visiteurs se promènent sur les routes du parc, où les animaux sont en liberté.Ceux ci proviennent d'Afrique, d'Eurasie et d'Amérique, pour la plupart des races peu communes et peu connues.Nous pouvons acheter de la nourriture pour attirer les animaux à nos voitures. Tout le monde le fait avec le résultat que les bêtes sont gavées et bien indépendentes finalement. (4 photos)