Next time you’re in Toronto, Canada one thing you’ve got to do while you’re there is: Go see Evil Dead: The Musical at the Diesel Playhouse downtown. It’s one heck of a bloody, gory, splattering mess of a musical. It is a trip! Oh yeah, and it’s funny, too.
Here are the highlights from my visit to the two largest malls on Earth… Lots of photos taken inside the Mall of America in Minneapolis, Minnesota USA and the West Edmonton Mall in Edmonton, Alberta CANADA.
Traveling down Highway 52 just north of Minot, North Dakota, and south of the U.S./Canada border… you’re driving along and all of a sudden you see class years in the form of rocks on the hillsides of Kenmare, North Dakota. Here’s the story behind the class rocks.
There are several different shapes and colors of rocks that can be used in the formation of an Inukshuk — also spelled inuksuk, inukhuk, inuksuit. And some tend to resemble a human shape more than others. This rock formation is a symbol of safety, hope and friendship that was created by the Inuit.
We saw the following wild animals in the Canadian Rockies… most of them within the Jasper National Park: Porcupine, White-tailed Deer, Coyote, Grey Wolf, Fox, Bighorn Sheep, Mountain Goat, Elk, Woodland Caribou, Black Bear, and Mule Deer.