AN EXPLORATION OF THE NATURE OF PEOPLE, ARTIFACTS AND PLACES THAT ENDURE IN THE CANADIAN WEST AND OF THE SPIRIT THAT MAKES US ONE WITH THIS LANd AND WITH EACH OTHER
ten weeks and 20000 kilometres from Sidney BC on Vancouver Island to the east coast and back
The images are in chronological order and reflect the journey through the mountains, across the prairies then northern Ontario Quebec and Labrador then the four coasts of newfoundland.
a ferry to nova scotia and the Cabot trail. another ferry to prince edward island. the confederation bridge to new brunswick and more of nova scotia before north again to circle the Gaspe peninsula.
East through quebec- south and north of the st lawrence and east again through ontario staying out of the big cities.
north from lake simcoe to manitoulin island then along Lake Superior to Wawa. below the lake to fort francis and up to Kenora before finding the route west again across the prairies and south on the cowboy trail in alberta to the crowsnest pass and highway 3 to the west coast.