Every year about this time I get super excited because I know that it’s almost time for the Outdoor Adventure Show! It is one of my favorite events of the entire year. My first year attending was in 2016 with my mom, and last year was my second year attending. It was last year… Read More The Outdoor Adventure Show 2018 – Toronto – Day 1 of 2
Good Morning and welcome to Christina’s presentation on solo camping from Saturday, February 24th, 2018 at the Outdoor Adventure Show! Today I am posting my speech as a blog post for those of you who have asked and are interested. I will be uploading the entire video to be seen on my youtube channel shortly.… Read More Camper Christina Presents on Solo Camping at the Outdoor Adventure Show! – Feb 24, 2018
Part 2 of 2 To see Part 1, Click Here: Part one left us lost on the Track and Tower Trail new Mew Lake Campground! See what happens next!!! After about an hour of walking, in the humid hot sun, we put the canoe down and all our bags and sat at the side of… Read More My 1st Backcountry Canoe Trip – Algonquin 2002 – Canoe Symposium Presentation Part 2 of 2
When I was little, my family rented a cottage up north, and for one whole week every summer, I was in total heaven. It was awesome and I have some very fond memories of my time there, even though sadly, we never canoed or paddled. We did do a lot of really fun things…… Read More My 1st backcountry Canoe Trip Algonquin 2002- Canoe Symposium Presentation Part 1 of 2
Just over 2 1/2 years ago when I first started my blog, I had decided that I would only write about outdoor things. Recently, as some of you know, I suffered a concussion. This concussion did not happen outside, however I strongly believe that this is something that could happen very easily outdoors. I wanted… Read More Concussions – Be Safe Out There!
After my last backcountry trip, I had a major issue that I needed to deal with before my next trip. The issue was being caused by my painters pole. It was quite a nifty thing and I really liked the idea of it, but in reality, my friend Tierney was right. It was unstable and… Read More Hot Tent Reno’s -Stabilization of the Painters Pole
2017 was an amazing year, full of incredible adventures, big challenges and lots of new and wonderful people! Just last week I was rewarded with 100000 views on my blog here at CamperChristina.com. I am truly grateful for all the love and support I have received over the past two and a half years since… Read More 2017 Recap & What’s on Deck for 2018!
While saying goodbye to 2017 and welcoming the new year, it was only proper that I mark the occasion by camping. I spent the last day of 2017 and the first day of 2018 in a chilly winter wonderland in Algonquin Park, with some of the awesome people I’ve met through a shared passion, a… Read More New Years at Mew Lake in Algonquin Park – 2017/2018
I have always wanted to do a winter backcountry trip in Killarney, but due to the tipi being so heavy and not having a clue where to go, I hadn’t made it there as of yet. Over the summer, I had stopped in to visit the lovely staff at the office at George Lake. I… Read More Killarney Solo Winter Backcountry Trip – Ice Ice Baby -44
A few weeks before the hot tent was done, I ‘d made plans to take it out into the backcountry with my friend Sue, from Sue’s Outdoor Crew. She had spent the weekend before making a sled so she could carry her gear on it and some of the items needed for our weekend. The… Read More Hot Tent Backcountry Trial Run – How to Stake a Hot Tent When Camping on Rock