Tag Archives: winter
Wordless Wednesdays: Winter Walk
Winter Camping Round-Up
I have spent a decent amount of time writing about winter camping in Ontario over the last two or three years.
Winter Camping: Improvised Shelter Lesson
The sun peeked through the cracks where our tarps didn’t overlap.
Wordless Wednesdays: Spring Equinox in the Ottawa Valley
Wordless Wednesdays: Winter Solstice
Wordless Wednesdays: Droplets
Day 4: Haul Out
Date: Monday, February 15, 2016 Weather: Partly cloudy, -6 degrees Celsius midday With temperatures hovering around -15 degrees Celsius, I slept more soundly and warmly overnight Sunday night, just in time to haul out.
Day 3: Following Wolf Tracks
Date: Sunday, February 14, 2016 Weather: Sun and clouds, -42 Celsius in the morning / -15 degrees Celsius at midday I shifted in my sleeping bag to free my arm from layers of down and polyester. By the light of Indiglo™ my watch told me it was two in the morning. My bladder told me it was timeContinue reading “Day 3: Following Wolf Tracks”
Day 2: Hauling in on the Rail Trail
Date: Saturday, February 13, 2016 Weather: Brilliant sunshine, high of -25 degrees Celsius Today was the day to hike the rail trail. I looked at my watch. 6:30am. Of course. Everyone else seemed to still sleep soundly so I closed my eyes and willed myself to drift off again.