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I shared a hotel room with David Masters from Lunatic Adventures while presenting at the Cottage Life Show this past weekend, and I gotta say the guy inspired me. Dave's a past student of mine from Sir Sandford Fleming College...
David Leach, a writer and friend of explore magazine, just won big at the Banff Mountain Book Festival. Cool stuff. The festival received 113 entries from nine countries. David's book Fatal Tide: When the Race of a...
I'd be embarrassed to be a hunter today. It seems the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters are pushing to make changes to the hunting regulations in the new provincial park by expanding the species to be hunted to include snapping...
I have such an amazing life! I just got back from a job that entailed helping a film crew from BBC, and bush craft expert, Ray Mears, complete a TV series on Canada's exploration of our northern wilderness. The crew...
I'm off for a week of paddling with bush craft expert Ray Mears. It's very exciting for two reasons: for starters, this is the perfect time to paddle (no bugs and no crowds) and second, Ray Mears...
We spent two full days hanging around Matagamasi before moving on to Donald Lake and I have to say that the idea of "hanging around" took a bit of getting used to for me. So many of my trips before...
When the issue of the the Navigable Waterway Act came out a while back I really thought things would sort themselves out by now. I even told some major media sources who had contacted me about it that...
Day 4 It wasn't easy leaving our perfect site on Maskinonge. We even considered at one point camping the entire week there. But we also new there were even better places to camp further to the north. So, we left our...
Day 2 Our second day out was much easier then the first. After a leisurely morning of flap-jacks and bacon, we drifted up to the northeast corner of Carafel Lake and took the marshy creek out to Maskinonge Lake.
Now I'm really confused about this plastic drinking bottle thing. Read what the Toronto Star had to say about it today:"Bisphenol tied to lower brain function Plastic-bottle chemical may alter neurological links required for learning and memory, study finds" Noor...
Last week I had the privilege to take my cousin from Scotland on a canoe trip. It was on her hit list while visiting |Canada, and according to Jan it was exactly what she thought a canoe trip in Canada...
When my daughter was two my wife, Alana, and I took her on an extended 12 day canoe trip through the Chiniguichi area near Sudbury. The trip was so perfect we decided to head back there this season,
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