Turquoise reflection at Bow Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta - Canada

Turquoise reflection at Bow Lake, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada by Pierre Leclerc Photography

Athabasca Falls - Jasper, Canada

Athabasca Falls, south of Jasper, Canada. Banff & Jasper National Parks contain some of the most spectacular scenery on Earth and some of my favorite hiking areas.

Only in Canada.

Only in Canada.

Funny pictures about Canadian road sign. Oh, and cool pics about Canadian road sign. Also, Canadian road sign.

The Ceilidh Fiddle - Sydney, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

The Ceilidh Fiddle - Sydney, Cape Brenton, Nova Scotia. ❤️❤️❤️ Also the restaurant behind the big fiddle (flavour on the water) is delicious with an awesome view

Drumheller & Dinosaur Provincial Park Alberta Badlands

North+Dakota+Badlands Oakview Cottage: The Badlands of North Dakota, USA. The North Dakota Badlands is something that if your in North Dakota you will need to see. The Badlands is made of many layers of rock.These rock formations took millions

Dinosaur Provincial Park Alberta, Canada. Would love to go back

Cool Hoo Hues by Vincent Piotrowski, via Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta, Canada I think they are called Hoo Doo's, not sure of the spelling.

Living in Canada…

Living in Canada…

Royal Canadian Mounted Police at the funeral for three of their own in Moncton, New Brunswick June 10,2014

Royal Canadian Mounted Police in dress uniform at the funeral of three officers in Moncton, New Brunswick June 2014

Signs in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia

Explore Lunenburg – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, National Historic District, winner of the Communities in Bloom most beautiful small town in Canada, Prettiest Painted Places in Canada, Port City of the Year and Society of American Travel Writers’ awards.

Winnie is from Winnipeg, don't ya know

Happy Canada Day from Winnie the Pooh – Celebrity Gossip and Movie News

World's Largest Beaver, beaverlodge, alberta

World's Largest Beaver: fittingly, at Beaverlodge, Alberta. The 3000 pound Beaver sculpture, is 15 tall, 18 feet long & sits atop a 20 foot long log. This unique landmark was built in 2004 to celebrate the town's Anniversary.