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Trips

It’s a Jeep Thing…and now I understand!

Recently I got to tag along with teammate Chris for a day of Off-Roading. The Sheppard Run was catered to the newer 4×4 driver who wanted to learn some new skills and techniques when taking the road less traveled. Okay, it wasn’t a road at all…more like a rutted out, muddy trail hell bent on … Continue reading »

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Algonquin Park – August 2014

Ever get the feeling that no matter how simple your plans are, that Fate is just hell bent on throwing them out the window? Well I sure do. It was a simple enough idea…load up the motorcycle (a Russian Ural with a sidecar) and go camping for a few nights. I packed up the bike … Continue reading »

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Algonquin Park – Highland Backpacking Trail – Spring 2014

Algonquin Park is one of Canada’s great treasures. It’s nestled in the middle of Ontario and is home to a wide range of wildlife, from the smallest of mammals such as field mice, all the way up to the majestic Moose, as well as everything in between like rabbits, squirrels and their predators like foxes, … Continue reading »

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Winter Driving and Survival

(feature photo from Lesley Wimbush) Stranded in your car: Winter driving isn’t fun and some drivers have a visceral fear of it. Some people feel safe in their skills as a driver, or in their denial, and think that getting stranded in the snow would never happen to them. It’s a scarey thought so perhaps … Continue reading »

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Dog Sledding in Haliburton Forest

(above photo from Fifi Campbell) Winter isn’t exactly everyone’s favourate time of year. It’s bitterly cold, wet, snowy and a long winter can be absolutely miserable. There is nothing like stepping outside your front door and instantly your nose hairs freeze solid, your face hurts and tears stream from your eyes. It sucks…I know. I … Continue reading »

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