Moving in a hotel

We are moving. Our destination is a hotel in Waterton Lakes National Park in southern Alberta. We presented there our resumes in September. Early in February we received an email in which both of us was offered a position. Now it’s coming soon.

20 Zentimeter Neuschnee auf dem Campingplatz

Deep freeze

A few days ago it started to snow at night. It was beautiful; looking out the window of our warm motorhome and watching the snowflakes fall through the glow of the street light of the campground. The next morning we woke up by the scraping sound of snow shovels around us. I jumped out of …

Crossing the border: everything needs to be converted

Our first trip to the U.S.A. took us from Aldergrove, BC,  across the border to Lynden and we continued on to Bellingham, located in the Pacific North West, towards Chuckanut Drive. We were curious whether the U.S. would be any different from Canada. But at first glance nothing changed at all; the environment from Bellingham …


Traffic Rules

Canadian and German traffic rules are quite similar. Nevertheless, there are some peculiarities to be explained here. At first it may seem confusing that the traffic lights are hanging on the other side of the intersection. When you turn right on a green light, you have suddenly a red traffic light in front of you …

For our Readers

We would like to express our gratitude to all our Readers and Friends. We wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Michaela Enzmann & Frank Weinschenk {gallery}Gallery/Christmas_2011{/gallery}

Polite Canadians

There’s a joke about the attitude of Canadians, and it’s confirmed by several sources. It goes like this: If an American is mad at his neighbours because they are bothering him continuously, the American would say: “Now it really gets to me, I’ll get my gun and I’ll shoot my neighbour.”  A Canadian in the …