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Lessons I Learned Glamping at Silent Lake Provincial Park | Summer

I knew I could do better after my glamping (mis)adventures at Mew Lake in Algonquin Provincial Park. I didn’t repeat the same mistakes but, I learned a few more lessons about glamping at Silent Lake Provincial Park. I’m happy I took the time to truly enjoy one of Haliburton Highlands’ natural gems. 7. Love the…
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Birdwatching | South Eastern Ontario | Spring Photoblog

Birdwatching is best done outside, so get out of the basement!

Ephemeral Spring Wildflowers | #OptOutside | Natural Treasures

e·phem·er·al /əˈfem(ə)rəl/ That which lasts for only a short time. Spring wildflowers bloom during a tiny window, and the best place to look for them is along trails in open fields, woodlands, deciduous forests and some mixed forests.

Spruce Bog Boardwalk | Algonquin Provincial Park | Late Summer Photoblog

I have dreamed of exploring the vast wilderness of Algonquin Provincial Park for years, and when my time finally came, it felt like a dream come true.

Couch Potato Package Getaway | Elmhirst’s Resort |Fall #FeastON PHOTOBLOG

Elmhirt’s Resort Elmhirst’s Resort is open year-round, offering cottage rentals along the shore of Rice Lake in the Kawarthas with two onsite restaurants, the casual atmosphere of The Blue Yonder, and fine dining at Hearthside Restaurant.

Kayaking | Charleston Lake Provincial Park | #1000islands | Summer PHOTOBLOG

About Charleston Lake Provincial Park: “The park occupies 23.53 square kilometres in the Frontenac Axis region, a southern extension of the Canadian Shield. Charleston Lake offers many opportunities for paddle sport enthusiasts. Paddlers can explore the lake’s 75 km of shoreline and numerous bays and coves.

Kayaking | Gould Lake Conservation Area | Summer PHOTOBLOG

There is no doubt that Gould Lake Conservation Area is an ideal place to enjoy a tranquil day.

Upper Canada Village | Counties SDG | Summer

Explore some of my favourite photos from Upper Canada Village with slideshow galleries to get a feel of what it’s like to step back in time!

Hiking | Kennebec Wilderness Trails | #inFrontenac | Summer Photoblog

Check regional and provincial guidelines before travelling! ontario covid 19 travel restrictions may be in place. If you were to stop here, hoping to reconnect with Mother Nature, you’d only need to take a few steps along the trail before the stress would be melting away.

Boldt Castle Helicopter Tour | 1000 Islands | Winter Photoblog

1000 Islands Helicopter Mike Hector: Writer & I have toured with 1000 Islands Helicopter for Tourism 1000 Islands blogs, and this time, we had a guest coming to visit!

Redwing Trail | Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary | St Lawrence Parks | Fall Photoblog

Cloudy skies made for dramatic photographs at the Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary.

Boat Tour | Kayaking | Bon Echo Provincial Park | Summer PHOTOBLOG

Mazinaw Rock at the Narrows From the first moment I saw the 330-foot tall Mazinaw Rock, I only wanted to get closer. Every time I saw boaters and paddlers along the cliff face, it only made me long for our time on the water.

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