Most Recent Adventures

IMG_E6149Ontario | The Cabin

February 2023 – 2 days

We planned to visit the cabin at the beginning of January to celebrate the New Year, but due to a series of mishaps, including a fierce winter storm over the holidays and us forgetting our snowshoes, we had to make alternative plans. And so with a free weekend in February, we decided a return trip to the cabin was in order. For real this time.

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IMG_E6149Ontario | Windy Lake Provincial Park

January 2023 – 2 days

Windy Lake Provincial Park is located northwest of Sudbury and is open year-round. In the winter, Windy Lake offers a variety of winter activities including cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and ice fishing. It also has roofed accommodations available for a comfortable and cozy camping experience.

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IMG_E6149Utah (and a bit of Arizona, California and Nevada)

January 2023 – 10 days

We Canadians can deal with the cold, but the heat not so much. So what better time to explore the desert than in the middle of winter with lower temperatures and fewer crowds. So we packed our bags and flew into Las Vegas to take a road trip through southern Utah to explore the “Mighty Five” national parks, along with a few other nearby national and state parks

National Parks: Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands, Arches, Grand Canyon and Death Valley

Other Places: Snow Canyon State Park, Antelope Canyon and Nevada

IMG_E6149Ontario | Ottawa

January 2023 – 2 days

Ottawa is the capital of Canada and is situated in eastern Ontario along the Ottawa River. It is home to Parliament Hill and contains many historic sites, landmarks and national museums. This vibrant city also offers year-round opportunities to enjoy the outdoors, including skating on the Rideau Canal in the winter and hiking one of many trails in or around the city.

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IMG_E6149Ontario | Point Pelee National Park

December 2022 – 2 days

Point Pelee National Park is located on a peninsula in Lake Erie and is the southernmost point of the Canadian mainland. It is the second smallest national park in Canada and is the first national park established for ecological conservation reasons. It contains marshes, wetlands, swamp forests and sandy beaches. It is also an important resting point for migrating birds and monarch butterflies in the spring and fall.

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