I have always been fascinated with wolf’s , and nature in general. (I guess that is why I have tattooed wolf, bear and other predators on my back…), and after three weeks in the nature of Canada I am truly facinated . One of the stories that I wanted to share is a visit to a wolf sanctuary in Golden in British Colombia. A very nice place, and I met amongst other this big Alfa.
And this big beautiful female.
They where rescued , and lived there live in the park raising awareness about wolf, and the need for preservation. They also was used in some movies , and they featured in a movie about what happened in Yellowstone, when they reintroduced wolf’s there. If you have not seen the move, I highly recommend it. You find it here.
Enough said….. I have been camping in this natural wonder of the World for the last week, and it have given me Streptococcus, an unknown virus, and a case of acute bronchitis. But is still makes it all worth it when you get rewarded with such views after a short hike.
I have now spent a day in Vancouver, and what an impression. The town is lovely, but the people even more so. From my hostess at my AirBNB housing, to the staff and people I have encountered on my way thru town, trying to find what I need for my camping trip that starts in a couple of days. When it comes to servicemindness , I find them second to none, I am very impressed.
This is close by where I live , a beautiful higway , where nature have been adjusted nicely.
This is from downtow, old and new put nicely together.
Here you see the waterfront , a large shipping and container docks right in the city centre. Not even such an operation is of bother for the view or the feel of the city.
they also make room for some art, just look at this statue from outside one of the terminal buildings.
A just brilliant first impression.
I have started looking at old images from old travels, and you start to memorise about old adventures and people you met and things you did. Toronto is absolutely one of the places that I would like to visit again. So I just felt like sharing a iconic view from atop the CN tower.