Labour Day weekend, 2020. A weekend of labour, but a labour of love. 6 writers, some of us authors, and our instructor/coach Brian Henry ...Read More
KAYAKING ON GEORGIAN BAY
Due to COVID-19, the NWT is closed to non-residents and non-essential travellers. Sadly, that means that this year I can’...Read More
What an honour: On November 20, 2019 I was elected a Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geographical Society, in recognition of my work in environmental c...Read More
I did it: I HAVE VISITED ALL 47 CANADIAN NATIONAL PARKS!
Ukkusiksalik National Park was my park #47 – and perhaps the most difficult to get to.
Vuntut National Park
in the northern Yukon Territories, was one of 3 national parks I visited this summer. Since there are no roads into Vuntut, my ...Read More
Even with modern technology, travelling through the Northwest Passage is challenging. Winds, fog, and ice will frustrate the most carefully made plans...Read More
Muskox! Lots and lots of muskox. And mosquitos too. These along with wolves, falcons, Sandhill Cranes, geese, Jaegers, and Lemmings are what I found i...Read More
Scorpions! They seem to be taking over my life at the moment. In February/March 2017 I was helping with the construction of the Sendero Pacifico hikin...Read More
In February/March 2017 I volunteered to help with a group of Bruce Trail (BT), building a new hiking trail in Costa Rica: The Sendero Pacifico (SP). T...Read More
In 2015 Qausuittuq (pronounced cow-soo-ee-took, meaning “a place where the sun doesn’t rise”) became Canada’s newest national park. At 11,000 square k...Read More