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Randy and Dave roll into action. Racing against Mother Nature, Dave arrives on site hauling a  camper trailer. Confused and curious, Randy explains to me that they know that snow may inhibit their access in and out of the site at times over the winter, so they park a trailer on site as they expect that they will be spending some nights on site when the snow inhibits their ability to get in and out. 621 more words


A weekend at Stoney Lake (or, why Mother Nature is my therapist)

It seems as though spring waltzed in overnight in Southern Ontario. After the longest, coldest winter that many Torontonians had ever experienced—the year that will be remembered as that time a chunk of the city celebrated Christmas in an ice storm blackout and the term ‘polar vortex’ became part of our common vernacular—Mother Nature finally gave us a reprieve last week. 799 more words