A collection of trip reports, with photos. Mostly parts of Canada, but with some United States and a little bit of Central America. Images and titles link to details. Presented in reverse chronological order.
May 6, 2017
Let’s invite some people to dinner, then rent a hall to have a dance! How hard could it be? Well…
We had learned from 2013, and this time didn’t go as far afield in Ontario as an adjunct to visiting Finger Lakes again.
In a little over a week, we went to Timmins, Ontario; Ottawa, Ontario; and Finger Lakes, New York.
This is too much driving, in case you were wondering.
October 8 to 16, 2011
Overture, curtain, lights. This is it, we hit the heights. Scaling dizzying mountains and descending the grandest of canyons; staying in the fanciest ever hotel rooms, and encountering the biggest rock group of all time (in a sense). In Vegas and area.
October 2 to 11, 2010
Our trip through Northern Ontario, from October 2 to 11, 2010, wherein we discovered that Northern Ontario can rival France on the restaurant front. And pet a porcupine. (But not at the same time.)
September 26 to October 4, 2009
Our first and, so far, only trip to California. We hiked in the heat in Yosemite, had too much wine in Napa and Sonoma, and took in the culture of San Francisco. Lovely state (at least back then).
Early June 2009
A better time of year to visit this area than on our first attempt. Quite a lovely getaway, with great weather and delicious food, despite my obsession with not overspending. Also notable: Our first time in PEC, and Gananoque did not impress us much.
May 8 to 12, 2008
Getting to Chicago an unusual way: by train. Recommended!
March 20 to 23, 2008
During the year when it was hard for Jean to take a whole week off, so we did a number of long weekends not as far away. My second time in New York, and his first.
February 4 to 13, 2007
The first and, so far only, time we’ve been to Central America. Also the first and, so far, only time we’ve traveled by bus tour.
September 2 to 9, 2006
A week in this picturesque part of Canada, between Quebec and Prince Edward Island. Sea, sand, wind, and wildlife.
October 22 to 30, 2005
Our first trip to this region, with some other stops on the way. Main lesson: Not the best time of year to go.
July 3 to 17, 2004
trains boats, and automobiles… Not the most cost-effective way to get to and around the East Coast of Canada, but did make for an interesting and varied trip. We visited Montreal, Nova Scotia, PEI, Iles-de-la-Madeleine, and Quebec City.