Book Review: Fish, Frogs, and Fireflies by Robert Montgomery

There are many wonderful books written about the outdoors. Whether a book takes the form of a “how-to”, follows a long and interesting story, or provides history of a beloved past time, there is sure to be a genre to fits everyone’s needs. To me, there is always a need…

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Volunteer At Willow Park Ecology Centre

A few years back, I used to work at a law firm in Georgetown, Ontario. It was the first job where I had a real, designated lunch break, and after spending the morning in my windowless office, I figured there was no better way to enjoy my lunch hour than…

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Book Review – Closer To The Ground By Dylan Tomine

Sometimes, I am truly surprised by a book. I begin reading it and expect to find nothing more than another good read, only to realize I have actually begun on a fantastic journey that I can’t stand to take a break from. Closer to the Ground was one of these…

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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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