Dundas Valley Conservation Area Fall Hiking and Photography

One of my favourite places to hike in the world is right in my hometown of Dundas, Ontario. I have such fond memories of the Dundas Valley Conservation Area. Growing up, these trails were my favourite walking paths, biking trails, and places to spend time with family and friends. Naturally, the best time of year to visit is the fall.  … Read More

Bruce Trail Hike #7 – Facing My Fears of Hiking Alone

Follow along on my Bruce Trail hikes! I’m slowly hiking this entire trail – all 900km of it. It runs from north to south, right across southern Ontario, Canada. I really wanted to go hiking on Thanksgiving weekend (that’s in October in Canada!). The only problem was that everyone was pretty busy. Justin was working, my sister was with her … Read More

Georgian Bay Islands National Park Canada – Hiking Beausoleil Island

Hiking a nature preserve only accessible by boat, at the world’s largest freshwater archipelago. It’s one of Canada’s national parks, and it’s within driving distance of my home. And I hadn’t even heard of it. Crazy, right? Georgian Bay Islands National Park is made up of 63 small islands in Georgian Bay. The largest island of the park, Beausoleil Island, … Read More

South Coast Iceland in a Day – Self Drive Travel Guide

South Coast of Iceland. Truly spectacular. On our two week road trip around Iceland, we spent a day driving the south coast of Iceland. There are many points of interest to discover throughout the day. We traveled to Iceland from the end of May until mid-June. This was a great time of year to visit. The weather was lovely and … Read More

The Best Outdoor Activities in Milwaukee

Explore the spectacular outdoors within the great city of Milwaukee. When I travel, I like to spend as much time outdoors as possible. It’s not to say that I don’t enjoy indoor attractions and activities. But, especially when the weather is warm, get outside to enjoy those beautiful, natural spaces in a city. As it turns out, Milwaukee is full … Read More

Northern Edge Algonquin Eco-Resort in the Winter

It was the coldest weekend of the year. And we headed north. In Southern Ontario, winter hasn’t made much of an appearance in 2016. We listened closely to the weather reports leading up to the weekend of Valentine’s Day. Phrases like, “deep freeze” and “record low temperatures” were infiltrating the news reports for days. For that weekend, we had plans … Read More

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