Susan Moore

Susan Moore spent 7 months traveling around Southeast Asia back in the 90's. Returning to Canada she found a job working on rotation in Siberia Russia. She later moved to Austin Texas where she started a bookkeeping business, allowing her to work remotely. Currently Susan is in year 4 of living a nomadic life, roadtripping around the USA and Canada and writing about her experiences. Read all about Susan » You can reach Susan Moore at Facebook
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Walton Lighthouse Nova Scotia – Last Original in Hants County

Walton Lighthouse Nova Scotia – Last Original in Hants County

Walton Lighthouse is the only remaining original lighthouse in Hants County Nova Scotia and it’s worthy of a visit. While filling time in between low and high tides at Bay of Fundy I drove to the Walton Lighthouse to learn about its history. Afterwards I enjoyed a tasty seafood lunch at the Walton Pub, then […]

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Big Canada Road Trip From Calgary to Nova Scotia in 6 Days

Big Canada Road Trip From Calgary to Nova Scotia in 6 Days

Who wants to spend 50 hours driving across Canada in one week? In August I did just that. I drove 50 hours from Calgary Alberta to Bridgewater Nova Scotia in only 6 days. Solo. I know, I could fly there so much faster. But then I wouldn’t have my car. And my stuff. And the […]

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St Augustine Florida Beaches Within 20 Miles

St Augustine Florida Beaches Within 20 Miles

St Augustine Florida Beaches How did I choose St Augustine, with all these beautiful beaches nearby, to be my home for a whole month? When I searched for a warm climate in the United States for my November road trip from Maine I found the extraordinarily beautiful St Augustine on the northeast Atlantic coast. This […]

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Bow Summit Peyto Lake Hike Icefields Parkway Banff

Bow Summit Peyto Lake Hike Icefields Parkway Banff

Peyto Lake hike to the upper lookout trail at Bow Summit along the Icefields Parkway is the best place to view Peyto Lake. Skip past the tourists at the viewing platforms and hike Bow Summit instead. I’ve seen Peyto in sunshine, gusting winds, drizzling rain, and through snowflakes or sleet. Peyto is unmistakable for both […]

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40 Great Gopher Tortoise Facts – Fun Funny True Tortoise Info

40 Great Gopher Tortoise Facts – Fun Funny True Tortoise Info

Gopher Tortoise Florida USA You may find them meandering in all 67 counties of Florida, along the roadside, in people’s yards, parks, or even along the beach. The gopher tortoise is Florida’s official state tortoise and there is a day dedicated to this beloved gentle reptile. The Governor of Florida signed a proclamation for Florida Gopher […]

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Camden Maine Hiking Ocean Lookout Trail with Fall Foliage

Camden Maine Hiking Ocean Lookout Trail with Fall Foliage

Looking for Camden Maine hiking trails I found Camden Hills State Park and picked a beautiful autumn day to hike the Megunticook Ocean Lookout Trail. Camden Maine is a beauty of a town along mid-coast Maine and I was fortunate to stay in nearby Northport for a few weeks from late September to mid-October. For many […]

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Hirtle’s Beach Gaff Point Trail Nova Scotia Best Coastal Hike

Hirtle’s Beach Gaff Point Trail Nova Scotia Best Coastal Hike

Hirtle’s Beach Gaff Point hike is my favorite hike in Nova Scotia. So far. A return trip to Nova Scotia is necessary to hike more of this glorious Maritimes province. During a month staying in Bridgewater Nova Scotia I visited many of the South Shore beaches, along with trips to Annapolis Royal, Bay of Fundy, Blue […]

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Grassi Lakes Canmore Hike in Alberta’s Kananaskis Country

Grassi Lakes Canmore Hike in Alberta’s Kananaskis Country

Grassi Lakes is a beautiful Kananaskis hike with views of Canmore, a gorgeous waterfall, and TWO stunning aquamarine glacial lakes. There are two trails leading to the Grassi Lakes. One is steeper and more difficult while the other trail is on a gravel road with gradual incline but lacking the views. If you are new […]

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Amazing Blue Rocks Nova Scotia Sea Kayaking Experience of a Lifetime

Amazing Blue Rocks Nova Scotia Sea Kayaking Experience of a Lifetime

Nova Scotia sea kayaking is an adventure of a lifetime! Out of all my east coast outings, sea kayaking at Blue Rocks Nova Scotia, near Lunenburg, stands out as one of my favorite trips. I’m not going to lie, paddling in the open sea was equal parts exhilarating and scary at first. The beautiful thing […]

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Cape Breton Accommodations  Cabot Trail Cottage Rental Nova Scotia

Cape Breton Accommodations Cabot Trail Cottage Rental Nova Scotia

Cutest cottage on Cape Breton Island Nova Scotia could be yours for a few nights. If you’re lucky like me. A few people recommended that I visit Ingonish during my visit to Cape Breton Island from mainland Nova Scotia. From bartenders to RCMP officers, for real! Seriously, I received Cape Breton travel recommendations from an […]

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Icefields Parkway Itinerary Best Photo Stops for Lakes Waterfalls Hikes

Icefields Parkway Itinerary Best Photo Stops for Lakes Waterfalls Hikes

Looking for a scenic drive in the Alberta Rocky Mountains? This Icefields Parkway itinerary will get you the best photo ops at the most stunning spots between Lake Louise and Jasper. This road trip is rated as one of the Top 10 most scenic drives in the world and it takes you through the top […]

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Visit Yellowstone National Park – 5 Big Reasons You Must Go!

Visit Yellowstone National Park – 5 Big Reasons You Must Go!

One of the most memorable road trips this year took me to Yellowstone National Park in spring which is a perfect time to visit to avoid the biggest crowds and enjoy decent weather. While in Yellowstone I talked with a couple that also visited in winter  and said they loved it. Really you can visit […]

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