I always seem to find myself the most comfortable in the middle of nowhere. I do love nature.
I took the above picture today, it’s on highway 77 between Fort Nelson and Fort Liard, In British Columbia.
I took the below picture in 2015, from roughly the same spot and direction. The difference… besides summer and winter… they replaced the bridge.
The old bridge was made mostly of wood and was single lane, apparently it had been there since the late 30’s.
Also had a bit of artwork… that’s gone now too. (Maybe for the best)
The new bridge is far more safe, but I do miss the old adventure crossing and the history.
I have a funny feeling the word is heading in a direction that will have future generations reviewing the history of “the great uprising” in their classrooms. Only time can determine greatness in history and truly know if it was for better or for worse.
In Canada Justin Trudeau leads the country with what I believe is his secret agenda in toe. He’s bucking for a future with the United Nations and a Nobel peace prize. All on the Canadian tax payer dime.
Although I admit, I was sick of Stephen Harper and his cloak and dagger methods, he was a lot better for this country than Trudeau. (Did you know Harper hid in a closet when the parliament building was attacked?) Stephen Harper was no fan of public appearances and ran the government from behind a closed door for years. Sometimes I found it hard to recall what he looked like. I did not like not hearing from my Prime Minister.
I think the federal Progressive Conservative party set up Trudeau for the win. Almost every ad they ran during that election mentioned Justin Trudeau’s name, complimented his hair, and stated he was just not ready. Whoever was in charge of the commercials on the Harper campaign failed miserably. They were right though… He wasn’t ready.
All the guy really does is spend money and party.
Most of the Canadian proveniences seem to want to fuck themselves these days too. Hungry for change so the elect a party whom doesn’t have the foggiest idea how to govern.
All that hunger for change is starting to unravel, and I think it’s only a matter of time before the people just snap and take there county back.
I agree that these people were fairly elected and have every right to their term. But the governments of British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, and the Canadian government as a whole, are seriously fucking shit up. Pipelines are being rejected, oil and gas are being stonewalled. The entire Canada pension plan is being spent in other countries at the cost of the Canadian citizens.
Hopefully the next elections return the chaos to Prosperity. The next governments are going to have a hell of a mess to clean up.