Sailboats in the Inner Harbor with the State Legislature behind.


I used to always think of Canada as a frozen, relatively-unpopulated nation north of the U.S. where everyone says “eh?” I was surprised, then, to see that there are parts (well, south-central British Columbia) that are much like California, with wineries, beaches, and lots of sun. The low population (less than California) of a country with more land mass than the U.S. means that much of the land is still unravaged by man. And the country has a history of being far less belligerent than its neighbor to the south.

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