Merry Christmas from Toque & Canoe
Wishing you Peace and Joy in 2013
Well, our little blog about ‘real’ Canadian travel culture is growing in leaps and bounds.
Given that we can’t be everywhere all the time (as much as we’d like to be!) – we’re occasionally sending trusty and informed Toque & Canoe correspondents into the field and we’re thrilled with what they’re bringing home for us.
Since last Christmas, we’ve brought you a wide range of stories – including posts on Canucks in Turks and Caicos, the gorgeous Skoki Lodge (for you backcountry skiers), an interview with traveling filmmaker Leanne Allison and a snapshot of Canada’s Islands on the Edge of the World (a.k.a. Haida Gwaii).
We covered the Stampede Centennial celebration here in our hometown, dipped for dungeness crab on Saltspring Island, fell under the Spell of the Yukon, and experienced Montreal from Bixi Bikes to Baguettes.
If that wasn’t enough, we also flew high in Fernie, B.C., indulged our senses in the Eastern Townships of Quebec, dished on a little Swanky Panky in the Okanagan, did some Diner Dashing in Winnipeg, paid hommage to The Land of Anne (Canada’s littlest province) and checked out the internationally renowned Banff Mountain Film and Book Festival.
We hope you’ll join us for another awesome line-up of stories coming down the pipe for 2013!
In the meantime, we also hope you enjoy our O-Canada Foothills Buffalo – brought to you by the talented Timothy Wilson Hoey, our friend and follower from Victoria, B.C. and an artist who, like us, has a giant crush on all things Canadian.
We will see YOU in the New Year!
Toque & Canoe