Monday, December 29, 2008
No surprise that Canada's big on my list
It's that time of year when everybody wraps up the year. The Best Of. The Worst Of. The What Of.
I'm not immune to this popular journalistic sound bite. Just today, I posted a piece on examiner.com: Travels in 2008: From cruisin' with Emmylou Harris to kayaking in British Columbia. I included a trip for every month of the year, and they were trips I actually went on.
I'm not surprised that one-quarter of the dozen destinations were Canadian (all British Columbia).
So here's to more travels in B.C. ... and hopefully to other favorite provinces that are equally inviting and enticing.
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Photo by Sue Frause
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