September 2016

Huckleberry Rock Trail – a gem in Muskoka

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Since moving to Muskoka and making the drive to Bracebridge for groceries and supplies, etc, I have noticed a sign along highway 118 that says Huckleberry Rock Trail, but until today, I had not investigated it.  I was really glad I did because it's a pretty nice place! It was the day of the Tragically Hip concert, their farewell show in Kingston. I had originally had plans to go camping with some friends but things [...]

June 2016

Lake Joe – Testing my kayak cart out!

By |2016-06-21T21:18:47-04:00June 21st, 2016|Categories: kayak, Kayak cart, Kayaking, Lake Joe, Lake Joseph, Muskoka, Nature, Ontario, Outdoors, paddle, paddling, Port carling, solo trip, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

I got off work at 5 and had a plan to go paddling on Lake Joe aka Lake Joseph which is across the street from my new residence.  Last year I had received a kayak cart as a regift from someone but the tires were flat so I'd never used it.  A few months ago, I had my truck in for service and had my mechanic fixed the tires, so it was now ready to [...]