Here’s the video from our six day trip in Algonquin. It was a good trip, we did the popular Big Trout Lake loop. I usually go in more secluded areas but I wanted to see what the attraction was all about. I can see why it’s so popular!Continue reading Algonquin Big Trout Lake Loop (Video)
This is a short video captured of my dog Ally as she was investigating our pike catch of the morning, I suppose she thought we weren’t watching. This was taken during a four day car camping trip on the Pickerel river, it gave us a laugh watching it when we got back home. For more camping videos check out the CanoeCanuck YouTube channel.Continue reading Curious Doggo, and a Pike
Human Caused Forest Fire
Fire located at McCrae Lake Conservation Reserve, District of Muskoka. In July of 2012 I was able to catch some of the efforts putting out a human caused forest fire at the McDonald Lake put-in. I was just about to head out on a canoe trip and this is what we saw. For more wilderness videos check out the CanoeCanuck YouTube channel.Continue reading McCrae Lake Forest Fire (Video)
McCrae Lake Conservation Reserve
May 18-21, 2012
I have been to McCrae Lake Conservation reserve several times previous to this trip, but when I went there this Victoria Day weekend (May 18-21, 2012), it was one of the nicest. My friend and I had planned this 4 day trip throughout the winter months to go on the May 2/4 weekend, and was well worth the wait.
Cooking out in the wilderness is fun and there are many different ways to cook. From the type of stove or pots you use to the dehydration process of food. In this post I will show you how to make your own homemade pot covers. (aka pot cozies) This is a very light, fuel-efficient method of wilderness cooking.
Here’s a cute video from my old files of our two family dogs (Oscar and Alice) playing around in the snow after the first major snowfall in 2011. I think they found a mouse.Continue reading Dogs First Snow Dec 2011