Considering there are around 7000 planes flying above North American skies each day, one would think there’s a well-planned and logical explanation for all this. One would be wrong.
Winter isn't coming. It's damn well here. The Canadian Snowbird (escapus wintersnowus) is well known for its annual migration to warmer climes. As the bitter cold sets in, the snowbird pack its bag, buys flights, and relocates to another life, typically where a beach is never far away. Here are ten choices for any budding snowbird:
Arriving in the very cool sounding Thunder Bay, Robin looks at some of the weirder place names in Canada.