Our biggest whirlwind adventure yet.
Posted on: Tuesday July 30, 2019 Pacific Crest Trail Travel Canoeing Stories
I finish the AT, I go back to Alaska and I get a job, intending to put my head down and work for a few years until I have the money to go adventure again. Then Shake’nBake comes to visit and everything changes. I never learned how to listen to my body on the trail, but I did learn how to listen to my heart. It’s no secret that I fell in love on the PCT, not just with the wilderness and the mountains, but also with the man walking beside me. There’s so much red tape to keep us apart though, and I find wading through it as I try and get a visa slower and more frustrating than the hardest days on a thru hike.
Canoeing Gear List
Posted on: Saturday January 30, 2021 Gear Lists Canoeing
Ultralight and canoe gear might seem like a contradiction. What’s the point in going lightweight when you have a 40 pound canoe to carry? Still, we’ve managed to find a balance that allows us to travel fast and light on canoe expeditions.
How to Find the Best Campsite in Algonquin Park
Posted on: Wednesday February 17, 2021 Canoeing
In Algonquin Park, you don’t book a specific spot. You book a lake, and can camp at any free site. One of my favourite things about Algonquin is exploring by canoe, and discovering beautiful campsites. Follow this advice and you too can find your new favourite campsite.
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