Seeking Solitude Part 2: What I Do During a Personal Retreat

In my last blog post, I went into detail about how my timing, as well as what I look for in an ideal location for doing personal retreats. In this blog post, I'll continue on with the theme of personal retreats and talk about the kinds of activities that I do during them.

Seeking Solitude Part 2: What I Do During a Personal Retreat

In my last blog post, I went into detail about how my timing, as well as what I look for in an ideal location for doing personal retreats. In this blog post, I'll continue on with the theme of personal retreats and talk about the kinds of activities that I do during them.

Seeking Solitude Part 1: My Approach to Planning a Personal Retreat

I am a firm believer in taking time away from your life once in a while. Not necessarily because you're not happy with things the way they are (thought that may well be the case), but to gain perspective on how your life is going.

Seeking Solitude Part 1: My Approach to Planning a Personal Retreat

I am a firm believer in taking time away from your life once in a while. Not necessarily because you're not happy with things the way they are (thought that may well be the case), but to gain perspective on how your life is going.

Chuckanut Mountain Day Hikes for Your Next Visit to Bellingham

I recently did a quickie day trip across the border to pick up a package and do a little Christmas shopping. I decided to take the opportunity to look up some short hikes that weren't too far out of our way that we could fit in as my morning exercise.

Chuckanut Mountain Day Hikes for Your Next Visit to Bellingham

I recently did a quickie day trip across the border to pick up a package and do a little Christmas shopping. I decided to take the opportunity to look up some short hikes that weren't too far out of our way that we could fit in as my morning exercise.

Enjoying the Cold Shoulder: Tips for Hiking the Fall-Winter Shoulder Season

If you're into both hiking and snowshoeing in the Vancouver area, you are, like me, probably feeling a little frustrated right now. The weather has been unseasonably dry. While this doesn't sound terrible, I mean who doesn't like a bit of a break from the incessant rains...

Enjoying the Cold Shoulder: Tips for Hiking the Fall-Winter Shoulder Season

If you're into both hiking and snowshoeing in the Vancouver area, you are, like me, probably feeling a little frustrated right now. The weather has been unseasonably dry. While this doesn't sound terrible, I mean who doesn't like a bit of a break from the incessant rains...

Product Review: Salomon Quest 4D 3 Goretex Hiking Boots

I recently decided to kick my old pair of hiking shoes to the curb. They were a lower budget boot that I had bought when funds were lower, but they served their time and I put many miles on them. In replacing them, I decided to splurge and get boots that are super supportive...

Product Review: Salomon Quest 4D 3 Goretex Hiking Boots

I recently decided to kick my old pair of hiking shoes to the curb. They were a lower budget boot that I had bought when funds were lower, but they served their time and I put many miles on them. In replacing them, I decided to splurge and get boots that are super supportive...

Car Camping in the Rain: How to Make It Not Suck

Living on the “wet” coast means that we get mild temperatures most of the year. Our summers are sunny and not too hot, and the rest of the year it mostly stays above freezing, but it rains a lot.

Car Camping in the Rain: How to Make It Not Suck

Living on the “wet” coast means that we get mild temperatures most of the year. Our summers are sunny and not too hot, and the rest of the year it mostly stays above freezing, but it rains a lot.

Chawel 5-in-1 Adventure Towel - Product Review

With all the outdoor activities I do involving water, I first encountered the chawel, a product made by a local Vancouver-based company, in an online outdoor activity web store. Two minutes later, I totally impulse bought it.

Chawel 5-in-1 Adventure Towel - Product Review

With all the outdoor activities I do involving water, I first encountered the chawel, a product made by a local Vancouver-based company, in an online outdoor activity web store. Two minutes later, I totally impulse bought it.

A Growl in the Dark: The Scariest Outdoor Experience I've Ever Had

Last week, I wrote about the three different types of fun, giving various examples from outdoor adventures. I mentioned that I only ever had one experience in the outdoors that I consider to have been a "type 3 fun" experience. It happened when I was car camping a few years ago.

A Growl in the Dark: The Scariest Outdoor Experience I've Ever Had

Last week, I wrote about the three different types of fun, giving various examples from outdoor adventures. I mentioned that I only ever had one experience in the outdoors that I consider to have been a "type 3 fun" experience. It happened when I was car camping a few years ago.

The 3 Different Types of Fun & Roles They Play in Life

Last weekend, when I was taking a wilderness survival course, I encountered a concept I had never heard before, that there isn't just one kind of fun, but three. It came out of a story of his own wildness survival situation that our instructor was telling us about.

The 3 Different Types of Fun & Roles They Play in Life

Last weekend, when I was taking a wilderness survival course, I encountered a concept I had never heard before, that there isn't just one kind of fun, but three. It came out of a story of his own wildness survival situation that our instructor was telling us about.

Creamy Keto Burrito Bag Dehydrated Camp Meal - Keto, Low-Carb

The first time I ate this creamy pulled pork keto burrito bag, I was in the backcountry doing a wilderness survival course. When I took my first bite, it really didn’t feel like “survival” at all. It was a delicious, hot savoury meal that rivalled meals I’ve made fresh at home.

Creamy Keto Burrito Bag Dehydrated Camp Meal - Keto, Low-Carb

The first time I ate this creamy pulled pork keto burrito bag, I was in the backcountry doing a wilderness survival course. When I took my first bite, it really didn’t feel like “survival” at all. It was a delicious, hot savoury meal that rivalled meals I’ve made fresh at home.


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