Tag Archives: Spring

On the Shores of Great Slave Lake

This wonderful bastion of indigenous culture is on one the shores of Great Slave Lake, not far from where I work.

On the Beach

I recently spent a day there.

Great Slave Lake

The weather was fabulous.

Canoeing

Up here in the Northwest Territories we are enjoying some nice weather, finally. It’s been a wet, chilly spring, even for us.

Enjoy the late spring and all it has to offer. 🙂

Wood Buffalo National Park

Wood Buffalo National Park is one of the largest preserves in the world.

M and I recently drove through a small part of it.

We saw bison (buffalo) of course but also bears.

And a sink hole.

It was the middle of May but there was still a little ice and snow at the bottom of it.

We didn’t see any whooping cranes – this park has one of the largest whooping crane nesting sites in the world – but had a very interesting short visit to an environmentally sensitive and important area.

Have you been to a park lately?