The Woodland art style was founded by Norval Morrisseau, a native Ojibway artist from northwestern Ontario, and is considered to be a revolution in native art. Morrisseau was dubbed the "Picasso of the North", and is considered one of the most innovative artists of all time for his depiction of native legends in colourful form - originally going against the elders in his own community. It is one of three major traditions of native art in Canada, along with westcoast art and Inuit art. Yet another thing I'd like to learn more about.
Good friends of ours, Gord and Cathie (I can tell you their names because it's in the title of their blog), have constructed a blog 'in retrospect' documenting their travels in camper trailers and now a camper van over the past several years. So far they've posted their journals from six trips, from the east coast of Canada to Alaska in the west, and Arizona in the south. I've read them all now, and it's really interesting to sit and read about one trip at a time, from start to finish. Especially if you're planning similar trips, I think it would be useful reading. Gord has a straight-forward friendly writing style, and illustrates their travels well with pictures. Check it out - Travels with Gord and Cathie.