The big Ottawa sign in Inspiration Village. May 20, 2017.
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Welcome back! We hope that everyone enjoyed a May long weekend filled with fun, family and friends. Speaking of family, check out this little group
Paris, Ontario is named after an old plaster company because making materials for buildings was this town's main source of livelihood. As industrious as that sounds, it's now known as "The Prettiest Town in Canada," and rightfully so! Despite how small the downtown area is, my friends and I explored so many pretty sights including this one right here: cobblestone buildings sitting on the water's edge. Only one hour away from the GTA, a cute day trip with the girls or with your SO is within reach. Go for brunch at Stillwaters, and then take a stroll through the neighbourhood. Everyone is super friendly as well :) #jarellexplore
Early meadow rue is a dioecious plant, which means that male and female plants are separate. This reproductive strategy is one of a number of methods used by plants to prevent self-fertilization. The Jack-in-the-pulpit I posted a few days ago uses another method, asynchronous flowering, to accomplish the same thing.
Also, and I've said it before, they remind me of little lampshades.
Sulphur Mountain, overlooking Banff Town | To save $$, you can hike up the mountain for ~2h (elevation gain of 2,286ft) instead of paying for the gondola! Knew it was a steep ascent but was surprised the trail was snowy and muddy halfway up top! Not too difficult but good to have cleats/hiking boots at this time of year #canada150
@Regrann from @parks.canada: Get in, we’re going camping!! #CampingWeekCA is obviously our jam, and we couldn’t be more excited to share tips and tricks on proper camping practices with you all week long!! Follow our Twitter and Facebook accounts for more!! ️ Great photo taken at Nahanni National Park Reserve by @nahanniwild!