That really is lovely.
I have found more places I want to visit by visiting your blog than I have by watching the travel channel!
Now that's green!
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This is a lovely and impressive shot... Immensity and quite!
i worked in ft.mcmoney for many years!
Leah, it's those wide open spaces I'm craving so much of late.Rick, then I really must go into that line of business.David, it is the colour of northern Canada.
Cloudia, ditto.Chris, Gord McKenna takes excellent photographs, which is why I like posting them.Tony, my oldest brother did too many years ago.
Barbara, thank you for the beauty breaks. I had a very exhausting (but rewarding day). I came here a number of times just to rest and rejuvenate, even for 30 seconds. Haven't had time to post a comment till now.
Teresa, I aim to please those tortured souls to ease them back to sanity.
last time i was there was in late 80s... with chronic tendinitis in both hands, could no longer work as electrician :(
This scenery is so different from the mountains in your next post, but also beautiful.
Tony, the winter cold would have made it worse for you. Hope your hands are a bit better now.Wil, it's about 800km (497 miles) from Ft. McMurray to Jasper, and this is in the Boreal Forest.
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