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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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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Celebrate The Credit River On October 4th

A salmon walk, a restoration planting, seminars discussing the health of the Credit River watershed, and the ghost ponds found throughout it – there’s something for everyone at this year’s Friends of The Credit Stewardship Forum hosted by Credit Valley Conservation (CVC). Held on October 4th, 2014 at the University…

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Gear Review: Lems Shoes Boulder Boots

When Lems Shoes and the Outdoor Blogger Network provided outdoor bloggers with the opportunity to review the Lems Shoes Boulder Boots, I knew I needed a pair. The Boulder Boots looked a little different than some boots, so I did some research and was fascinated when I learned about the…

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