ISO100, 35mm (prime lens), f/2.5, 1/15 sec

Cameron Park (CA), Parks Canada Discovery Pass, Letter, Envelope

ISO100, 35mm (prime lens), f/2.5, 1/15 sec
Cameron Park (CA), Parks Canada Discovery Pass, Letter, Envelope

 

There has been recent talk by celebrities about moving to Canada due to the results of the U.S. Presidential election.  I will also chime in and say I will hopefully be going to Canada this year.  Why?  My free annual pass to Canada’s historic parks, sites, and conservation areas arrived in the mail today.  Officially called the Parks Canada Discovery Pass, it is the equivalent to the U.S. National Parks Annual Pass that costs $80 and is well worth the money.  Since it is Canada’s 150th anniversary, they are providing their 2017 annual passes for free instead of the usual $67.70.

Order yours here: Free 2017 Parks Canada Discovery Pass

And do not be a jerk by ordering a bunch and selling them on eBay for $8-12 each.

By the way, until I looked closer, I thought the logo on the pass was a frog.  It must have been the lime green throwing me off.  In fact it is a pretty cool beaver logo that is the official mascot of Parks Canada, appropriately named Parka.

Go on and order your annual pass.  It probably took 3 weeks for the mail to arrive, so plan accordingly.

EXIF data: Nikon D7000, center-weighted metering mode, ISO100, 35mm (prime lens), f/2.5, 1/15 sec

Cameron Park (CA), Parks Canada Discovery Pass, Letter, Envelope.  Cameron Park, CA. January 20, 2017. © Copyright Steven Tze – all rights reserved.

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