It still reamins a very quiet uneventful summer around these parts. Such is life when you have to recover from injury. The other day a friend and I again decided that paddling season isn’t over yet,(is it ever really over?) So we busted out the boats and decided to get the geocaches in the Mountsberg… Continue reading Get yourself unstuck
A while back I bought a second hand canoe from a friend. I was thinking of getting a nice lightweight one, but the budget just isn’t allowing that right now. So here I am with this new-to-me canoe! A friend had asked me if I had checked yet to see if it floats. Of course… Continue reading Getting ready!
This blog was originally started to motivate people with physical and mental disabilities. I think this counts perfectly because last night I attended a show in Brantford where two people spoke about the challenges they face with brain injury. I had seen Melanie’s show at a local comedy night before, and already knew she’s hilarious.… Continue reading And now for something entirely different.
After waiting months to come out of my long winter hibernation, it seemed fitting to snag some geocaches to have a nice excuse to get out on the trails again. I haven’t been keeping up with geocaching about as much as I haven’t been keeping up with blogging. I’m just too big a fan of… Continue reading Geocaching fail
If you’re ever in the Peterborough area the Canadian Canoe Museum is definitely a little hidden gem! I had the chance to visit the museum to help with another live video for the Paddle in the Park Contest. I’m not really a history buff myself, but I have to admit, it was really, really cool… Continue reading Canadian Canoe Museum
Yesterday a group of friends and I went to TreeTopTrekking in Brampton. We finished the five grueling courses as well as the huge zipline across the lake! This is my second time doing this and everyone else enjoyed it so much that we’ve decided to try and turn it into an annual event. It was a scorching hot… Continue reading Tree Top Trekking