Fall Camping in Douglas Provincial Park, Saskatchewan

I feel like I blinked and summer was over. I still want to get a few more camping adventures in, so when I checked out the weather for the weekend and saw that it was expected to be nice and warm, I booked myself a campsite. I have driven up to Douglas Provincial Park for … Continue reading Fall Camping in Douglas Provincial Park, Saskatchewan

Three Things That You Should Not Rely On While Hiking

Hiking is an amazing opportunity for individuals to be completely self-reliant. We live in a world where any question can be searched immediately on Google, and help is on it's way with a quick phone call or message. We may unknowingly carry this same comfort on to the trail with us, which could turn in … Continue reading Three Things That You Should Not Rely On While Hiking

I Ditched My Hiking Boots for Trail Runners & I Would Do It Again

Maintaining proper foot care and finding adequate footwear has been one of my biggest struggles as I dive deeper in to the world of hiking. It's common for me to leave the trail with blistered and bleeding feet and find myself limping around at work for a few days while I recover. I have tried … Continue reading I Ditched My Hiking Boots for Trail Runners & I Would Do It Again

Fire-Maple Fixed-Star 2 Stove –Budget Friendly Gear Review

I am a huge fan of the JetBoil stove systems and often borrowed my sisters for hiking trips. Now that we live in different cities and are on different schedules, it's trickier to meet up and share gear. I decided it would be a good time to invest in my own camp stove. The only … Continue reading Fire-Maple Fixed-Star 2 Stove –Budget Friendly Gear Review