The leaves are turning on the trees and before you know it, winter will be here blanketing the ground in snow. With that in mind, it's time to reflect on the summer that was and the highlights that it brought and gave you those big smiles!
What's your most memorable road trip moment from this past summer? Was it a brief instant while stopping to stretch the legs or at days end to reminisce about the day that was?
My moment -- to help
Digging through an amassed list of pictures taken over the past several months, the trip to British Columbia back in July made the list of "Best Road Trip Moment from this Summer" for this writer.
Our week long BC road trip consisted of a rental vehicle upon landing in Vancouver and driving to the Okanagan Valley and its beautiful arid landscape for the first leg of the trip.
The last leg of our trip took us back to Vancouver and the below picture taken from Queen Elizabeth Park produced the best road trip moment.
Having previously lived in Vancouver, its natural beauty was never lost upon me, but the view from Queen Elizabeth Park was a brand new place for me. Taken at dusk, this picture really exemplifies how the urban and natural settings co-exist in this wonderful part of Canada. (The view is to the east of Vancouver with Grouse and Seymour Mountains in the background.)