How much of the world do we miss when we focus on the destination rather than the journey? As Diana Mohrsen sets out on an eight-day solo road-trip through parts of British Columbia and Alberta, she makes a conscious effort to be in the moment—to let her surroundings guide her to feelings of peace and gratitude.
In her first travelogue, Mohrsen brings the reader along on the four thousand kilometer journey through her photographs, by noting the animals and scenery she sees, and by reflecting on the beauty and spirituality of the world around her. As she slows her life down, and appreciates each moment, she is open to the unexpected. It is this encounter with the unexpected that can take a traveller to a secret destination.