Hello fellow road trippers. This is just a thought that came to mind. For those of us born and raised in the US, we know there are a lot of opportunities for road tripping here. But I think a lot of people fail to think of our beautiful neighbors to the north, Canada! Canada is a truly beautiful land. It has so much to offer. British Columbia is breath taking for example. Nova Scotia is just marvelous. I will never forget my moments driving trans canada 1 through B.C. (at least that's what I remember the highway saying, I'm not so sure on highway systems there so maybe that's not specific enough). But anyway once I got out of Vancouver it was just amazing. Amazing view, good drivers, relaxing little radio stations and little towns dotted here and there. A place to roll the windows down and just hang your arm out the window while you drive.
There are so many destinations in Canada and I just want to encourage Americans to check them out. The good thing for Americans who don't want super long trips is that most of Canadian destinations lie fairly close to the Canada/American border so it's like once you cross in the border you are pretty close to the major attractions (unless you're going somewhere like NS, NF, PEI, etc).
So people, grab your passports and check out Canada! This wonderful land is waiting for you! And you will find a friendliness in the people unparalleled in the states also! :D Enjoy your travels everyone!