What Are Post Vacation Blues And How Do You Cure Them?

Have you ever felt a lingering sadness after returning home from a vacation? Maybe it feels like a lack of purpose? It’s an odd feeling because you should be refreshed and rejuvenated and ready to tackle the world, but you aren’t able to and feel like you lack the motivation to do anything. This is…

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Flying With Kids From Canada? What You Need To Know!

Unless you live under a rock up there in the Great White North, you’ve noticed that it is winter around these parts. Sub-zero temperatures, snow, slush, ice, lack of sunshine, people suffering from seasonal affected disorder (SAD), it’s all quite awful to many Canadians. Some families can only endure so much and book themselves on…

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Silver Creek Conservation Area – First Hike of 2019

It took me 6 whole days into the year of 2019, but I finally got out for my first hike! Said like a hiking junkie, but really it’s been a mere ten days since my one hour jaunt at Sager Conservation Area and before that was an embarrassingly long couple month stretch. It got cold…

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Sager Conservation Area Trail: Easy Winter Hike With Kids

I think I have found the shortest and easiest hike to take the kids on in the winter. And bonus for me – it is just up the highway from my parent’s house. It’s Sager Conservation Area Trail in Quinte West. Lengthwise, it’s only half a kilometre hike in and out. For the kids, it’s…

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Watkins Glen Gorge Trail – A Fun Hike With Friends

Where am I happiest? Outside of course. Take me on a trail and I’ll love you forever and ever and ever. Wait… except the guy I hiked the Tuckerman Ravine on Mt. Washington in New Hampshire with in my early 20’s, he’s ancient history. That hike was great though! Prior to my registration and attendance…

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