So I spent the first few days of 2015 walking like a duck. Thanks a lot, Montreal. Per our random, not-at-all official New Years tradition of traveling deeper into the very heart of winter (last year was Burlington, VT), we decided to ditch NYC’s glut of festivities, trading noisemakers and party hats for French-speaking lumbersexualsContinue reading “Meandering in Montreal”
Jasper, Banff, Lake Louise: The majestic triumvirate of the Canadian Rockies. It’s hard to believe that the region experiences its off-season in the winter. Below are some highlights of the media trip I took with one Kim Mance.
So I’m trying something new (for me) by putting together some footage and photos from a recent press trip to the Jasper region of Alberta. I don’t have a lot of video experience–unlike some–and decided to tool around on my computer with photos and footage taken off my (rather insufficient) point and shoot camera. Admittedly, it’sContinue reading “Tra(vlog)ue: On Glaciers + Patience”
As a blogger, wanna-be storyteller, social media neophyte d-bag, I find it hard to fathom any one of our ilk not having read Douglas Coupland’s work. His seminal Generation X (and popularization of said term) speaks to our collective post-Reagan need to connect, to inspire, to live for something greater, real. Admittedly, I’m just beyond the Gen XContinue reading “Douglas Coupland’s Vancouver”
The road was clear and well-maintained. Salt, sand and snow mixed in varying quantities but it was still an easy drive, nothing dangerous for uninitiated mountain drivers. Locals, though, warned us not of the weather conditions but of traffic. Specifically, wildlife-related jams, much like the little lady above. Taking up the right lane, she happilyContinue reading “Travel Photo: The Lady of Jasper”