Selkirk is a lovely, quiet park on Lake Erie, just east of Port Dover. With a nice beach, easy trail, marshland, a playground and large, grassy areas to throw a frisbee around, it has everything for a pleasant weekend with … Continue reading Selkirk Provincial Park
This morning I went snowshoeing for the first time ever! Well, asides from the few times with traditional snowshoes…but that was long ago…and not at all the same thing. I joined a local 24 hour auction FB group recently, with … Continue reading Snowshoes!
Bluffs rising up from the sandy beaches, sprawling willow trees, lovely mixed forest and pleasant trails – Point Farms provides the quintessential Lake Huron experience. Our Experience We arrived in Goderich mid-afternoon, picked up a few groceries and headed … Continue reading Point Farms Provincial Park
Our Experience We decided to avoid the black flies and head south for May 2-4. Wheatley Provincial Park was the perfect choice! Boosey Creek campground is radio-free and non-electric. Definitely the way to go for May 2-4! There … Continue reading Exploring Canada’s “Deep South”
Winter is back! With more snow in the forecast, and the temperatures dipping below zero, it’s time to get out there and enjoy it! Check out these 5 outdoor events happening this Family Day Weekend. 1. Tales By A Winter’s … Continue reading 5 Outdoor Family Day Events
Parks Canada is opening up their reservation system for the 2016 camping season on January 20th this year! Ready to start planning? I usually stick to Ontario Provincial Parks, or local conservation areas, but recently I’ve been reading up on … Continue reading My Parks Canada Bucket List
<a href=”http://www.bloglovin.com/blog/14633535/?claim=336fpeczxdh”>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a> My 5-year-old daughter recently received a pair of Nancy B’s Binoculars. A gift she didn’t even know she wanted! But she was delighted when she opened the package, and got right to her observations! … Continue reading Birding With Kids