Snow Hiking And Colourful Feathers At Harrison Park

For the past couple of months we have experienced record-setting cold temperatures, frigid wind chills, and a steady accumulation of snow. While winter can be an enjoyable season, this year’s weather has made it anything but. Ice fishing outings have involved a lot less moving around and far more time…

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Fishing & Exploring Bronte Creek

At one time, the mention of Bronte Creek brought me images of gutted and rotting salmon, hoards of anglers, stream degradation, and massive amounts of garbage. These impressions were formed during my first two visits to Bronte Creek at Petro Park, and they’ve stayed with me to this day. However, since getting…

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More Fun at Silver Creek Conservation Area

This past weekend Darrell, Jack and I once again headed for the Silver Creek Conservation Area. Instead of starting at the main entrance we headed to the creek itself and spent some time exploring the creek and the original bridge that runs under 27 Sideroad. The bridge is one of…

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Slippery Slope Hiking at Silver Creek

There was no better way to celebrate Monday’s Family Day holiday than by going for a hike through the Silver Creek Conservation Area. It was a beautiful day with the sun shining bright and my thermometer at home read -1 C so I dressed a little lighter than normal for…

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