This was taken on a road trip to and through the Gaspe Peninsula in the province of Quebec with a friend of mine since grade school. It was a great trip.
This picture is taken on the same trip. We rarely see lighthouse pictures taken in the winter. Or at least I don’t recall seeing any. So I took one.
Again, in Gaspe. This is known as the Roché Percé (Pierced Rock) Originally it had two holes. Time and the climate has worn it down. Again, rarely see picture of this in Winter. These were all taken in February.
A cat that lived at a B&B we stayed at. It was so nice.
One last picture from this trip. A shaggy bull. Actually not sure what this animal is called. I’m guessing it’s a bull. Longhorn maybe?
I forgot about this last picture from the trip. It is not very clear but on our way back, we saw a wolf in the road. When we tried to get closer, it ran in the forest of course. This is the picture I took as I desperately tried to capture it.
This picture was also taken on the trip to Gaspé.
The next few photos were taken on a trip to Niagara Falls, Ontario with my bihbi whom I love and cherish to this day. We had an overnight stay in Toronto. I was ill-prepared for this trip and had not called to reserve any hotel rooms in advance because I thought I would be able to make it to Niagara Falls on the first day. We might have had we not stopped so long in Toronto for sight-seeing. After looking for a room in many different hotels, we found one available room in a nice one. The price: 300$ a night. Not too much for me at the time since I was making that much a day almost. I took it and we had this view from the room. It was awesome.
These next two pictures were taken from the CN Tower. It was such an awesome sight. On on side, there was the sun going down which gave a beautiful colouration to the sky and on the opposite side of the sky, a storm was brewing. I loved it.
This next picture was taken from aboard ‘The Lady of the Mist’. The ferry boat that takes us about 100 feet from the foot of the waterfalls.
On our evening walk to go see fireworks, we passed by this ferris wheel.