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  1. Off Limits No More – Visiting Georges Island

    Georges Island in Halifax Harbour has been almost totally off limits to the general public for decades. That all changed in 2020 and this Saltscapes story tells the reader how they can enjoy a trip to this most mysterious island. Here’s the link.

  2. Take a Walk on PEIs Wild Side

    Prince Edward Island National Park has long been one of the most popular in Canada with the combination of warm waters, Anne of Green Gables sites, great golf and the many diversions available just outside the park at Cavendish. However, there is a wilder side to the park at the Greenwich Dunes section where you can explore some of the largest dunes in Canada or take a walk on an amazing floating boardwalk. Here’s why you need to hike Greenwich Dunes.

  3. Natural Wonders, UNESCO Certified

    In 2020 I wrote about Atlantic Canada’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites for the annual Saltscapes Food & Travel edition. In 2021 I completed the task by profiling Atlantic Canada’s UNESCO certified Biosphere Reserves and Geoparks. Read the story here.


  1. CTV News Interview August, 2020

    Here is a link to an interview Alison and I gave to CTV News regarding The Nova Scotia Bucket List.

  2. Global TV Interview August, 2020

    Here is a link to an interview Alison and In gave to Global TV regarding The Nova Scotia Bucket List.

  3. Atlantic Canada’s Amazing World Heritage Sites

    For the 2020 edition of Saltscapes Food and Travel I contributed an article on the seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Atlantic Canada. Read it here.

  1. The Nova Scotia Bucket List

    The Nova Scotia Bucket List

    Our latest book was a labour of love with a chance to revisit many places we have not been to for years. For more info on the book follow this link.

  2. Walk Between Dartmouth Ferry Terminals

    Sometimes the best stories are almost right in your back yard. Alison and I wrote this one for the Chronicle Herald last fall. It’s simply about an almost unknown walking trail between the two Dartmouth ferry terminals. Read it here.

  3. Canadian-RVing-May-June-2019

    Canadian RVing May/June 2019

    This is Part II of my trip Idaho here.