Not in Canada.
In a seven hour drive, with 173 miles of it on the same road, we drove through torrential rain, hail, sleet, sunshine, a blizzard, low cloud. We saw lakes frozen solid, roadside toilet buildings buried up to their roofs in snow, wild deer and two baby bears.
We even drove across time zones. That's something I've never done before!
We arrived in Banff just as the light started to fade. It's a very quaint little town, just a couple of streets lined with log fronted shops, hotels and restaurants. The sapphire night lit by all of the little shop windows, soft white flakes the size of dollar coins falling around us and resting on our eye lashes, it felt like we were walking through the scene of an old fashioned Christmas card.