On Facebook this morning, a post from 2013 came up. For those who don’t know, the name “Travels with Choppy” came about because I spent a year traveling with Choppy across the U.S. and Canada. I thought is was a particularly fun post, so I wanted to reblog it today, for those who didn’t see it the first time around!

Travels with Choppy

Choppy and I are continuing to cross Canada – Saturday, we took the long drive from Yorkton, Saskatchewan to Edmonton, Alberta. You see a lot of fields and not a lot of much else on this drive. However, considering these are often stunning fields of rapeseed, it makes for a gorgeous drive (rapeseeds are beautiful, yellow-flowered plants – used in canola oil and biodiesel. Yay, learning!). Some pictures from the trip are below.

Like Alberta before it, Saskatchewan is flat. Very flat. Like Alberta before it, Saskatchewan is flat. Very flat. But, again, this makes for giant and beautiful skies.

Because everything we had seen for two days was flat, the moment there was a chance to take pictures with something not flat (the Saskatchewan River Valley), I jumped at it. Because everything we had seen for two days was flat, the moment there was a chance to take pictures with something not flat (the Saskatchewan River Valley), I jumped at it. Note: starting tomorrow, there will be mountains. I will likely be missing flat lands soon. Quite likely the moment I have a semi on my tail while I…

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