Literary Landscapes; examining the inherent geography, location, and terrain of loved literary work. Excerpt about LM Montgomery’s Anne of Green Gables.
Charlevoix, Quebec’s famous “La Route des Saveurs” has plenty of farms and eateries for visitors to tour. Donnie Sexton tries some of the most famous spots.
Anne of Green Gables on Prince Edward Island: A tour of the sites made famous by LM Montgomery’s book series about growing up on PEI in the early 1900s.
Foster Huntington quit his job to roam the country in a converted van, and coined the hashtag, #vanlife, which resulted in hearing from dozens of other van-dwellers, who shared their stories about life in a converted van cruising the open spaces.
Nunavut, which was separated from the Northwest Territories in 1999, is the newest, and northernmost territory of Canada. It is home to indigenous people, the Inuit, who celebrate the small things in life and live off the land.