Paul Everitt's (England) Top 5 for CANADA! -
1: The Steam Whistle, Toronto.
2: Sombrio beach, Vancouver Island.
3: Jasper National Park, Alberta.
4: Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta.
5: Garibaldi Lake, British Columbia early spring while there is still some snow on the ground (worth the hike).
Banff is one of them places you will never be disappointing with even if it chucks it down with rain (like it did for the first 2 days). This "rain" time gave me chance to get to know some of Ashli's work... Continue reading.
This random act of kindness kept me going again in the rain that seemed to be coming down harder. The kilometers where just dropping off now as the road seemed to flatten out as I circled the lake that would guide me into Whistler. I was getting very excited now. Whistler's one of the adventure capitals... Continue reading.
Sightseeing in Toronto.
There’s so much to see and do in Toronto and knowing we had a few days off the Bikecar it was great to walk around and not have to worry about cycling. There was a dog festival going on over the weekend and I have to say I have never seen so many different dreads of dog in one area. It was crazy and very funny to see the dogs of all shapes and sizes dressed up in clothes. Another great... Continue reading.
Paul Everitt's (England) top 5 for AMERICA! -
1: Yellowstone National Park is a must during mid April just as all comes to life for spring.
2: Crazy Horse Memorial, South Dakota.
3: Mount Rainer, Washington State.
4: Eureka, Montana for one of the worlds BIGGEST dumper trucks “its ridiculously huge”
5: Nevada City, Montana ghost town.
“was constantly surprised as I drove across America”
Astoria, The Goonies, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Two Wheeled Wanderers
Astoria has to be one of the only spots I'm excited to be visiting and have gone a few miles out my way to get there and over a few hills that have broken me as the weather has slowly changed for the worse. Months ago... Continue reading.