A couple sits quietly amidst the brisk business of Balzac’s Coffee in the Distillery District on a late Sunday morning, the weekend newspaper spread out on the table between them.
Note: There is language visible in some of the photos – all of which are mine – that is potentially not suitable for work or for children. I am one of the lucky ones.
It’s the Thanksgiving long weekend here in Canada and what better way to celebrate the holiday than with a beer and history tour in Toronto?
“What do you want to do this weekend? It’s supposed to be beautiful,” Russ said on a Wednesday. I took a couple of days to think about it. “I want to go canoeing.” I replied on the Friday, stuck in traffic on our way to family dinner.
I fell asleep last night to a familiar feeling: my body swaying as if aboard a boat. It happens every year. I get on the water for the first time – be it rowing an 8-woman shell on the Charles, a sail boat on the Boston Harbor, a kayak on Georgian Bay, or a canoeContinue reading “Little Rouge Creek”
The Outdoor Adventure Show starts a week from today! Jenny Martindale and I will be representing Wild Women Expeditions in booth 639. The show organizers gave us a promo code to share with you.
I’m ready for spring. A quick piece on one of my favorite harbingers of better weather:
Date: Thursday, February 5, 2015 Location: Famous Players Cinemas, 2200 Yonge Street, Toronto Time: 7pm (doors opened at 6:30) Host: The Complete Paddler, with proceeds benefitting Project Canoe The 10th annual Reel Paddling Film Festival started off with a bang Thursday night, drawing the audience deep into a canyon with BIG whitewater in northern British Columbia.Continue reading “Review: Reel Paddling Film Festival World Tour Premiere”
Soft flute and clarinet music interspersed with birds chirping pipes into the warm moist room through speakers on the walls. A mix of six men and women dressed in form-fitting yoga tops and bottoms are already warming themselves on the black silica rock filling up about a quarter of the room.