A Rainy Overnight Hike to Grey Owl’s Cabin

Although summer has barely started, I am already feeling like it’s flying by too fast and soon I will run out of time for all of the outdoor activities I would like to accomplish this season. As a result, I usually get too ambitious and plan up a multitude of hiking trips that end up … Continue reading A Rainy Overnight Hike to Grey Owl’s Cabin

Outstanding Blogger Award Nomination – Interview With an Adventurer

Thank you so very much Tea & Hiking Boots for the “Outstanding Blogger Award” nomination. I loved reading your response about the silver linings of living through a pandemic, and I share the same appreciation as you for a clean bathroom! I love following the adventures of so many bloggers, and I think its a … Continue reading Outstanding Blogger Award Nomination – Interview With an Adventurer

Summer Walks at Cranberry Flats Conservation Area

Cranberry Flats Conservation Area is a short 10 minute drive outside of the city of Saskatoon that is family friendly, dog friendly (on-leash), and has an accessible lookout point with a boardwalk. While it is lovely in the winter for snowshoeing and walking, it is worth revisiting in warmer months to appreciate the large diversity … Continue reading Summer Walks at Cranberry Flats Conservation Area

A Quick Stop to Smell the Flowers at Pike Lake Provincial Park

Pike Lake Provincial Park is located a short 30 kilometres outside of the city of Saskatoon. It is one of the smallest provincial parks in Saskatchewan, but it is still the perfect getaway if you want to take a break from the city for a few hours. You'll find a lovely little beach, an outdoor … Continue reading A Quick Stop to Smell the Flowers at Pike Lake Provincial Park