Lesson Not Learned

I’m all for lookouts. When I see it on a map, I get antsy about them. Perhaps I might be used to the lookouts that I see in America. Sorry, Canada. You will always be my home, but I love being in America! Whenever I see the word “lookout”(ding ding…

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149km To A Waterfall

149km South will bring you to the city of St. Catherines. From there you will need to rely on your GPS to bring you to DeCew Falls. Your GPS will become your best friend. Okay, not literally, silly. You won’t go on lunch dates or have slumber parties, however you…

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A Love Story With Blue Mountain

Blue Mountain officially became my first husband. It had all the qualities that I look for. A nice village, endless amounts of beaver tails (perfect time for a blood test? I’d say so), and challenged diverse terrains and many hidden tree trails that almost put me in the hospital again…

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Ice Storm Aftermath

Living in Canada means one thing: cold winters. For someone like me who lived in Canada for my entire life, seeing snow still never cease to amaze me. However, this Winter was ‘different’. We were hit with a severe ice storm that left 300,000 people without power for more than…

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