Posts Tagged“travel”

Hillman Marsh

When Miles and I visited the East coast of Canada this spring, we stumbled upon some of the best bird viewing that North America has to offer. We went on as many walks/hikes as possible around the Southern most point in Canada (see all posts about this trip here), but none was as exciting as Hillman Marsh Conservation Area. Of the tourist…

Great Gear:
CGear Sand-Free Multimat

Nothing is more important at agility events than a focused dog (hehe) and good gear! This year at Regionals I was excited to field test a new piece of gear. Having read all of the 5-star reviews of CGEAR’s Sand-Free Multimat, I asked them for a sample to try for agility. Their mat is made from dual weave polyethylene mesh. Most camping/outdoor…

Point Pelee National Park:
The Tip

The peninsula of Point Pelee is the Southernmost point of Canada. Every spring people from around the world visit the point for the opportunity to observe the sudden influx of migratory song birds. My mother, Miles and I visited the famous tip twice during my visit this May. One day was overcast and chilly, the other day was hot and spectacularly sunny. The following are a…