My Reasons to Travel….As Often As Possible – Number 5 – The Sights
You wake up in the morning, open the shutters and look out on this……
or you roll over and think to yourself, what shall I do today, maybe this..
or maybe this…
These are pictures, which, if you never go, is as close as you will get. You can only get so much out of a picture, but, you can’t smell the Mediterranean Sea from your window, you can’t see an 800 ft steel structure twinkle like a Christmas tree as the Eiffel Tower does at night and the picture of Montana above is absolutely nothing compared to actually standing there, impressed enough to take a picture that you know won’t be even close to the real thing. Yes, you say, but who can afford it (I will speak to that in my next post). To that statement I say, look out your back door. I don’t care where you live, you are only a few hours away from a whole bunch of amazing things to see and do.
When we first moved to Saskatchewan, we had an involuntary shudder. What on earth is there to do there. Surprise, within hours of our front door, we golfed some amazing golf courses, house-boating on Lac La Ronge, boating and hiking to Grey Owl‘s cabin in Prince Albert National Park, super-sliding down sand hills near Sceptre, Saskatchewan and lots of other things to numerous to mention. All in all, it was you make of what you have. The biggest issue most of us have is to stop watching The Travel Network, getting up off the couch, and doing it. Be a travel show instead of watching a travel show.
- My Reasons to Travel….As Often As Possible – Number 4 – The Drink (joebeans2002.wordpress.com)
- Incredible picture of lightning striking near the Eiffel Tower (timesunion.com)
- What Was Once Home Is Now A Destination – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (joebeans2002.wordpress.com)
Posted on September 21, 2011, in Canada, General, Saskatchewan, travel and tagged Lac La Ronge, Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan, Travel, Travel and Tourism. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.