Wednesday, 3 October 2018

Road Trip: Echo Valley Provincial Park, Saskatchewan


As it is the beginning of October, I thought it would be appropriate to post the first magical stop from the road trip Sterling and I embarked on almost a month ago now to see our country. Traveling across Canada is an incredible and easier than portrayed trip I think many people should take at least once in their lives. Sterling and I hopped into our van and took off north, first up to our favourite place in Ontario, then continued above Lake superior and past two more provincial borders. In the heart of Saskatchewan, past Regina and a little north, we stumbled upon what appeared to be the perfect little October country. It was September 10th after 4 days of being on the road; we had just left 40 degree heat came to the wonderful sweater weather of Echo Valley Provincial Park. The park was filled with fallen leaves that made the campsites adorned with golden floors and ceilings. On top of the incredible warm hues of trees and vegetation, we slept beside a lake overlooking some rolling dune-like hills. I would 100% recommend September camping in this area as the park was quiet and secluded after a busy summer season.


When I got there I just needed to bring out my cream wool sweater and prance around in the leaves. My whole outfit is thrifted; the sweater being from an old collection of the brand Jacob, and my denim being vintage Gap. My Doc's were a gift and definitely a recommended essential for van travel, especially with the rapidly fluctuating temperatures and precipitation.


sweater - Jacob (thrifted) | jeans - vintage GAP | boots - Doc Martens 

I hope you all enjoyed your September month and whether you are back to school, back on the grind or travelling I hope you have a wonderful rest of autumn. Don't forget to sign up to email notifications to be updated with my next destinations you have to check out across Canada!

Thanks so much for reading. All my love,

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