Date: Thursday, September 22, 2016 Weather: 17 degrees Celsius, rainy afternoon / night Distance: ~5 kms along Bell and Three Mile Lakes
My sixth and final canoe trip of the season for Wild Women Expeditions.
My fifth canoe trip of the season for Wild Women Expeditions.
My fourth canoe trip of the season for Wild Women Expeditions.
Date: Sunday, August 14, 2016 Weather: 23 degrees Celsius, partly cloudy Distance: ~8 kms back to the lodge
My third canoe trip with Wild Women Expeditions for the 2016 season.
Wild Women Expeditions‘ first Women & Girls canoe trip of the season kicked off my second year of guiding canoe trips for the outdoor adventure travel company for women. The weather forecast looked to be hot and sunny, consistent with the rest of the summer. We had mothers and grandmothers bringing their daughters and granddaughtersContinue reading “Abbreviated Trip Report: Bell & Balsam Lakes in Killarney”
“Sense of place is the sixth sense, an internal compass and map made by memory and spatial perception together.” ~Rebecca Solnit
Date: Monday, February 15, 2016 Weather: Partly cloudy, -6 degrees Celsius midday With temperatures hovering around -15 degrees Celsius, I slept more soundly and warmly overnight Sunday night, just in time to haul out.
Date: Sunday, February 14, 2016 Weather: Sun and clouds, -42 Celsius in the morning / -15 degrees Celsius at midday I shifted in my sleeping bag to free my arm from layers of down and polyester. By the light of Indiglo™ my watch told me it was two in the morning. My bladder told me it was timeContinue reading “Day 3: Following Wolf Tracks”