Ten years ago, my husband and I decided to take a "Canuck Bucket List Tour." Our goal: to visit and photograph every province and territory in Canada. We now have visited "all of it but Nunavut." The result has been many wonderful memories and spectacular photographs. In retrospect, perhaps we should have visited Nunavut first. We've spent lots of time looking into our options and have concluded that this area is best suited to those interested in adventure travel. Ten years ago, that would have been us! Now, imagine a couple in their sixties. He has a heart condition. She uses a walker or wheelchair to get around. Any suggestions? My main interest is photography, but many of my best shots came from an excellent telephoto lens. I don't walk well enough to get "up close and personal" to my subjects.This does not have to be a long visit. We recognize that given the cost of airfare and accommodation, it will be by far the most expensive of our trips. But for me, the tour will not be complete without ALL the provinces and territories. We are flexible regarding time, but realize that a summer visit would probably be most likely to yield decent photographic opportunities. Mind you, our New Brunswick photos are a pretty gloomy lot. It didn't stop raining the entire time we were there. Opinions?