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I mean, look at this place. Who wouldn't want to visit a location where you could get up close to icebergs, glaciers, rivers and New Zealand's highest peak? Beyond these obvious draws, there ended up being several reasons that the Hooker Valley Track would end up being my most favourite hike I've ever done. Read on to find out more! 1) Camping Convenience We had set up camp in the[...]Read More
Our first adventure of 2016 was a work conference which was held at the end of January at an all inclusive resort in sunny Puerto Vallarta Mexico. The trip was one week which included 2 travel days and 3 work days, leaving only 2 free days to explore the area. In between the busy work schedule we enjoyed chilling on the beach loungers just watching the ever so graceful Frigate birds floating[...]Read More
Viewing the Aurora Borealis at my family's camp on the Winnipeg River was always such a special and treasured event growing up in Kenora. Camp. This is not "the cottage", this is CAMP. Locals will get the difference 🙂 Here the skies are immense and dark. It has been two years since we've been home to Kenora and I was definitely planning some night sky photo outings, keeping an eye[...]Read More
Icelandic Horses are left to roam in pastures wild and free during the summer months before being rounded up in the fall by their owners, and as a result they are both tame and wild as I would soon learn. Icelandic Horses are everywhere in Iceland. We probably saw thousands of these beautiful animals we had read about leading up to our trip. During much of our drive around Iceland's Ring Road, I had[...]Read More
There are many tales and legends that have lingered over the centuries surrounding the Callanish Stones - the ancient stone circle ritual site on the west coast of the Isle of Lewis in Scotland's Outer Hebrides. When we visited Callanish as children, I recall a tale my Mum had told us of a scorch-marked stone, two young lassies in love with the same lad, a witch and and evil belt that[...]Read More
Anyone who has moved to the West Coast from Eastern Canada will tell you that there is no comparison to be found here to the absolutely stunning fall display that presents itself in late September and October throughout the eastern Canadian boreal forests. Having grown up in North Western Ontario as well as having lived for 7 years in Eastern Ontario, each fall my heart pangs a bit that I am missing[...]Read More