Mountsberg Conservation Area – Campbellville, ON

The perfect place for a day hike and a picnic. Looking for somewhere to spend the day in the great outdoors? We visited Mountsberg Conservation Area in Campbellville, Ontario to soak up the sunshine and explore the trails. Although Mountsberg is in the same group of Conservation Halton parks as Crawford Lake, it is an entirely different experience. Not only … Read More

One Love Vegetarian Restaurant Toronto

We could feel the love through the delicious cooking at One Love! After our visit to see the High Park Cherry Blossoms, we took the subway over to Bloor & Bathurst (one block up from Bloor Station) to One Love Vegetarian Restaurant. I had never visited an exclusively vegetarian Caribbean restaurant, though Caribbean cuisine has loads of veggie options. I … Read More

High Park Cherry Blossoms Toronto

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In early May, view the High Park cherry blossoms in full bloom. The High Park cherry blossoms were in full bloom in Toronto and we ventured out to see these beautiful trees.  It is the largest collection of cherry trees in the city and the best place to view the sakura blossoms.  The window for viewing these gorgeous flowers can … Read More

Vegan Food at the Merchant Ale House – St. Catharines, Ontario

Vegan eats at a local pub in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. This original blog post dates back to 2013 when Justin and I completed our first Bruce Trail hike. Since then, it’s become somewhat of a tradition that I stop at the Merchant Ale House after every hike I complete in the St. Catharines region. There’s nothing like a cold … Read More

Bruce Trail Hike #1 – Queenston, Ontario

The beginning of my hiking journey. We have decided to undertake an ambitious journey together that might take years to complete – hiking the entire Bruce Trail in Ontario, Canada.  The Bruce Trail is a lengthy hiking trail that spans roughly 900km, following the edge of the Niagara Escarpment (one of 13 UNESCO World Biosphere Reserves in Canada). The most … Read More

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