JohnBoy’s Travel Blog

Photos and stories of my journey across the US and Canada


POSTING ALERT – Delay in posting!!  (Real time)

9 more days to post!

I have bogged down somewhat with posts as I end of my current trip in Eastern Canada.  I have sooooo many pictures to post and have such busy days that I simply don’t have time to review them all to post in real time so it will not be until I get home to Durham, NC that I resume posting in earnest.  I am taking another break in mid-September to make an impromptu two week trip to the northeast US to visit family and friends during which I will not be making posts.  Here is the remainder of my Canadian itinerary, details of which will resume in very late September/early October, 2019:

1 travel day Québec City to Trois-Rivières, QC (generally some photos on travel days)

1 travel day Trois-Rivières to Ottawa, ON

2 full days in Ottawa (TONS of pictures)

1 travel day Ottawa to Toronto (TONS of pictures from boat trip in Thousand Islands)

3 full days in Toronto (Maybe not tons but lots of pictures)

1 travel day back to United States at Niagara Falls



Welcome to my blog.  Here I will share photos of my trips throughout the United States and Canada.  For details on my intent for this project please click “About” in the upper right hand corner.  If you have comments or requests please feel free to contact me by clicking on “Contact” in the upper right hand corner.

The photo above is of the lighthouse in the town of La Martre on the Gaspé Peninsula in Québec province, Canada which I took on August 14, 2019 as I drove between Gaspé and Rivière-du-Loup.

If you are new to the blog please note that you are seeing the most recent posts first.  As you scroll down you are going back in time.  You may read statements which may not make much sense right at the moment because they may refer to a discussion earlier in the blog.

Enjoy, and please feel free to share the blog address with others.  Also feel free to copy and save any photos I’ve taken.  You should be able to right-click on them and save them to your device (but if you sell them and make a gazillion dollars, please slip me a zillion or two. We’ll just keep that between us).  The photos are best viewed on a computer or tablet, not a phone.  The larger the screen the better.