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A Tourist in Tasmania - Legerwood

On the way from Scottsdale to St Helens you pass the turn off to Legerwood. Don’t drive past, turn off the main road and visit this little town famous for it’s carved tree sculptures with a very special story. 731 more words


North Fork John Day River Backpack

In July, Laura and I planned to backpack a 10-mile section of the North Fork John Day River in central eastern Oregon’s Blue Mountains. The entire river is a nationally designated wild and scenic river, so we were very excited! 957 more words

Life Outside

Paddling: Peterborough to High Falls

High Falls is my favorite place to camp.  Why go all the way to Algonquin when beautiful places like this exist all over southern Ontario.  Over the last 20 or so years I’ve camped there on Crown Land countless times in nearly every month of the year (having somehow missed November and May). 1,446 more words


I’ve been away from the blog for a while….   Last winter, my husband Mike decided to make a kitchenette for the back of our mini-van.  Easy storage for food and utensils for day trips away from camp.  477 more words


Samuel De Champlain Provincial Park

This was our first time staying at Samuel De Champlain Provincial Park and even though it rained 2/4 of the days we camped there, we still had an amazing time and it’s now in my top 5… 505 more words

Pantry Chili

RECIPE #259, DAY #395

ORIGINAL RECIPE: Experimentation and a knowledge of chili-making*

TIMING: 30 minutes

DIFFICULTY: Easy enough

TOOLS: Pretty much just something to chop with and a soup pot. 435 more words


Farewell Dolly

I just sold my lovely little tent trailer, Dolly.

I’ve had her for 10 years and used her on numerous camping trips.

Sadly it’s time to say goodbye. 94 more words

Tent Trailer