We’re back from the woods after an 80 km, 12 portage canoe trip in a non-operating park north of Atikokan called Turtle River Provincial Park. We put in at the Turtle River bridge on 622 and canoed to the strange log castle built by eccentric… Read More
I haven’t posted in a few days because I slipped away to do a little camping. One of the reasons for this trip was to test out some new camping gear. I decided to switch from tent camping to hammock camping. I’m using a Hennessey… Read More
When I was off chasing trout last week, I camped at a lovely provincial park right at Massey, called The Chutes. Here’s a few photos of the chutes on the Aux Sables River the park was named for.
From time to time I like to go off camping somewhere or another on my own. I don’t know how many times I’ve been asked, “why do you go alone?” and I have no explanation beyond that is it something I need to do once… Read More
Regular visitors to this page might be wondering where I’ve been over the past week, since I haven’t been posting. Well, I did a road-trip down to Buena Vista, Virginia (I was told it is pronounced Byoona Vista) for the Rockbridge Mountain Music and Dance… Read More
It’s been some time since I’ve been camping. There was a time when I did it two or three times during a typical summer. I’ve decided to take a little roadtrip in early September to the Rockbridge Mountain Music and Dance Festival down in Virginia.… Read More
I’ve been watching the weather in Upper Michigan, since I’m planning to camp during the week. The picture above is for Manistique on the South Side of the Upper Michigan Peninsula. Looking further north to Munising or Seney, the forecast adds possible thunderstorms for Friday.… Read More