We arrived at Algonquin Park on a crispy morning with a bright blue sky. I was looking forward to disconnecting and using the time to enjoy nature. I did not get to Algonquin the previous year, so this weekend was anticipated. After a busy summer of skydiving, a hectic work schedule and busy weekends, a weekend away was what I needed. No cellphone reception and relaxing by the lake sounded perfect!… Read More
I thought a backcountry Algonquin Trip was not in the cards this year, but guess what? I managed to squeeze one in. If you would like to read some of my musings about Algonquin and the trip check out my guest post on the Algonquin Outfitters blog. Read on for a trip log of our three day trip! DAY ONE: Another trip started out bright and early. We arrived at Algonquin Outfitters around 9:15… Read More
Lost. The beautiful green forest quickly became terrifying. Trees in every direction and no obvious way out. I have camped as long as I can remember. And not campground camping with a tent pitched beside a car. Real backcountry camping. Camping taught many lessons from trip planning, to hanging a bear bag, to reading a map and more. But one experience forever stands-out in my memory. I was 12 and we took… Read More
In July 2013, I decided on a birthday canoe trip. It was a short trip for my first time planning EVERYTHING on my own (our second trip in 6 days can be read about here). I was hoping to find an “interesting” campsite, which lead us to the waterfall campsite on Head Lake. DAY ONE We left the GTA early and arrived to Algonquin around 8:30. We picked up our permits and… Read More
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