Saltscapes Magazine is to Atlantic Canada what Harrowsmith once was for Ontario, a publication that has attained iconic status by printing stories about what makes life in Atlantic Canada so compelling and romantic not only to those who live there, but the hundreds of thousands who have had no choice but to go down the road. Jim and Linda Gourlay run a great operation and are a treat to write for. Here are links to some of my favourite stories.
The bluefin tuna is the largest of the tuna family and the largest of the large are found in Maritime waters. Here’s a story that tells you how to enjoy Bluefin Tuna Without Killing Them.
Even before Cabot Links Cape Breton was a Golfer’s Paradise.
Speaking of golf, what’s more fun to do as a couple than to play some golf and then relax at a Great Inn Over A Good Meal And A Nice Bottle(S) Of Wine. View the photos Here.
Cycling is the one recreation that doesn’t seem to get that much tougher as I get older. Long after my running days are over I expect to be cycling in places like the Confederation Trail On The Gentle Island.
Maine is a place I like to get to as much as possible. It has all the attributes of a fifth Atlantic province with L.L. Bean’s thrown in. Here’s a story I did on the Moosehead Lake Region in the fall of 2012. Here are some extra Photos.
I’ve always had a soft spot for Eastern PEI and this story explains part of the reason why.
In the 2014 edition I wrote this story about the world renowned Bay of Fundy.
In 2015 I stayed home and wrote about Halifax. Saltscapes Travel 2015
I’ve written two articles for 2016 : The Open Air On The Open Road – a story about Atlantic Canada’s ideal twisty coastal roads for motorcyclists, and On The Rise – Moncton’s Resurgo Place, where the past meets the future.