Chasing Waterfalls Part Two: Walking Smokey Hollow

'I think this place is cursed'. These are the exact words I used when my partner backed our Prius into a fence while we were looking for parking in the minuscule, over crowded lot for the Smokey Hollow Waterfall. This was our first major incident with our first car and it is safe to say …

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Fall Colours at the Lake

  As November draws to a close and another season is changing, I cannot help but reflect on what a truly kick ass autumn 2017 has brought. In Canada, the temperature is now dipping into the negatives (or has been for quite some time now depending on where you live) and the leaves are slowly …

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Family Trail Blazing: Cold Creek Conservation

I come from a pretty adventurous family. I remember growing up and going camping, travelling, going to the cottage, swimming and generally maintain a good relationship with nature. My mother’s bucket list consists of some pretty cool items such as sky diving and doing the CN tower edge walk. While my father has played hockey …

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What Lays Beneath? Exploring the Singhampton Caves

Every summer we go up to our cottage in Collingwood, Ontario. If you are not familiar with this area, it is well known for the long sandy beach known as Wasaga and numerous winter activities at Blue Mountain. Collingwood is located in Simcoe County, an area that has much to offer adventure seekers as it …

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