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IM 70.3 Feedback...Spoiler: Awesome Race

Muskoka 70.3 Race Feedback

As it turns out I was contacted by @trimuskoka about my race report that you can see here: (http://bluecollartri.wordpress.com/2014/09/09/muskoka-70-3-pictures-say-alot-of-words/) and @trimuskoka mentioned that they would appreciate some constructive criticism, a little feedback if you will. 1,092 more words


The Brewer's Daughter


Posted on March 4, 2013

I was super excited to meet up with my crew after work on Friday.  Since we were all descending on Manhattan from different directions and we didn’t have a concrete agenda, I recommended Tops Hops Beer Shop to grab a few beers before deciding where we should go for the night. 416 more words


In Search of An Adventure 'Beyond the Dock' in Muskoka

Normally? Well, normally when people visit Muskoka they’re quite happy to do a whole lot of nothing. Muskoka is ‘cottage country’ for those living within a few hours drive of its classic Canadian outdoor setting and life there is best appreciated sitting in a muskoka chair at the end of a dock. 1,242 more words


Ontario, Canada Has The Autumn Wow Factor

For a real ‘wow’ factor this autumn there are few better places to be than Ontario, Canada during its annual Fall Foliage.

From mid-September to mid-October, Ontario is a mass of crimson and gold, making it great for leaf peeping tours, hiking, bird watching and an abundance of outdoor adventures. 721 more words

The Diebold Family

A few months ago, a friend messaged me asking I could take a family portrait. Over the next few weeks, details began to unravel: it’s her mom’s birthday, her whole (big!) family will be in town, they haven’t all been in the same time and place in years; they’re all coming from around the world; the photo will be a surprise… I drove down to Severn Falls to the cottage they had rented for the week, not really knowing what to expect. 52 more words


Stye Post: Rain Cape

I never knew the love of rain gear until this Sevan Cape from Trout Rainwear came into my life. I was never a huge fan of rain unless I was warm and dry inside; then I thought it was beautiful. 233 more words


A Chipmunk in the Hand

… is worth half a dozen under the bird feeder.

By the end of summer, the chipmunks at my parents’ cottage have pretty much lost their fear of people. 112 more words