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
What an amazing day we all had! I’d been super excited about this event for some time now and it was finally here! I decided to camp overnight at Earle Rowe Provincial Park where the event was being held. I don’t have many pics of that because I came super late and it was so… Continue reading Hands Across the Water
I was listening to the radio the other day when this song came on. The song isn’t so much what I wanted to tell you about, but rather the video. You’ve got to see this. I was at work a while back and someone showed it to me. I’d heard the song a hundred times… Continue reading Renegades
I’ve been having fun lately tinkering with videos. I’m not really sure what people like… Videos? Pictures? Text? I’m just going with what I like doing, and I’m hoping that it’s helpful somehow. I plan on doing my thing regardless, being authentic and whatnot; but I always welcome feedback 😊 (and questions! I’m working on… Continue reading Challenges and benefits
I think this post may just be all about the pictures. In my last post I decided to do something different and I featured each campsite I stayed on in a video. The hike to the Crack was so pretty, I’m not sure pictures or a video would do it justice. And besides, it was… Continue reading Hike to the Crack
Recently I decided to take the week off work to go to Killarney. I stayed for seven days and six nights. I had two nights on George Lake, two nights on OSA lake, and lastly two nights on Killarney lake with a hike to The Crack! (The Crack deserves a whole post of it’s own!)… Continue reading A week in Killarney
Well… With a little help from his mum of course! This is a different carrier I’m going to try with Goliath. He really loves his backpack, but he can wiggle and shift around too much. My kayak is super heavy and awkward, so I need all the help I can get to make things easier!… Continue reading How does a 100 year old tackle a ruff portage?