In June, 2017, I was invited to participate in the Women on Water event. It was a wonderful event and during my time there, I met a lovely lady named Eileen. Eileen was there by herself and I went over to introduce myself and talk to her a bit about her pink hair. She had… Read More Hunters Bay Trail – Hiking with Eileen – 032418
Have you ever been to he Algonquin Logging Museum Trail? Up until last February, I had never been there and was quite surprised there was a trail in the Park, that I didn’t know about. Of course, had to rectify that quickly. The trail starts off around the side of the actual logging museum, which… Read More Algonquin Logging Museum – A Cool Place to Visit In Winter
I woke up to a gorgeous winter day and decided I would take advantage. I was so tired of sitting at home and waiting for my concussion to be over with, so off I went! I packed my backpack, some water, a few snacks and headed over to Hardy Lake Provincial Park which is about… Read More Hardy Lake Hike – Signs of Spring
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
I completed my new backcountry hot tent just in time for the weekend. It was a tough and stressful week, but I made it and I was super excited! I had created a new hot tent recently to use in the backcountry as my DIY Tipi was just too heavy. Before I took it out… Read More Hot Tent Trial Run – Mew Lake – Dec 9 & 10, 2017
I had been waiting for this trip since last year and was so glad I was finally here. In the last post, Killarney Days 1 and 2, Rainy Plains to The Magical Mountains, I left off at the end of day 2. We are staying on an amazing campsite on David Lake where we have… Read More Killarney Days 3 & 4 – Magic Mountain to Silver Peak!
Have you ever been to Torrance Barrens Dark Sky Reserve in Torrance? I headed there on Saturday to check out the trails and go for a short hike. I had been there in the fall with some friends, and another time in the summer, and really enjoyed the area. I stopped to take a photo of… Read More Torrance Barrens Hike – Spring Sensory Overload
Life has been busy at Camper Christina’s headquarters. LOL. As you may have read somewhere, I am taking my Level one instructor course with Ontario Sea Kayak Centre in a few weeks and am very excited! Due to this, I am in study mode and even have pre-homework for the course. LOTS of homework actually.… Read More Hardy Lake Hike – Spectacular Spring!
It was a gorgeous Easter weekend with warm temperatures and beautiful sunshine, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Sunday I managed to get out with a few friends in Niagara for a hike in Niagara, but by Monday, with my return to Muskoka, it was back to below zero and not so lovely or springlike. I had… Read More McCrae Lake – Kayaking in Kokatat