Archive for Ontario

August Adventures at Killbear Provincial Park – Ontario, Canada

July 2013 wasn’t a warm one for Southern Ontario and Lake Huron/Georgian Bay surrounding Killbear Provincial Park did not warm up at all. Aside from the cold water we had great weather and we found plenty of things to do while keeping dry. We had about 25 people booked for a group campsite which is much better […]

Commuting on Two Wheels – Toronto vs Busan

Summer is upon us yet again and with its return I am reminded of last summer and the fun I had exploring various countries by motorbike, bicycle and by foot. Although I wish I could perpetually travel I also have other things I want to do which keep me working. Ultimate Frisbee and mountain biking in the Don […]

How to Enjoy a Snowstorm in Toronto
February 16th, 2013Adventures, Canada, Destinations, Ontario, skiingJonathan 1 Comments

Tobogganing is fun but we’ve all been there and done that, but how can you take it to the next level.  I’ve always wanted to strap on my skis and play around on a jump all day without having to drive out to a ski hill (and pay). Enter the super winter storm “Nemo”. I […]

Hot Day of Biking in Muskoka

Cycling in Muskoka on a nice day in May should be decently cool right? Nope! It was freakishly hot! No amount of omelets or orange juice could have really prepared us for this day. Today ended to be one of the hottest days we have ever biked in.  Don’t get me wrong, Ontario cottage country is incredibly beautiful and peaceful (as peaceful […]

Night of Horrors in Ontario Cottage Country

If you read the Biking in Muskoka story you will know that Jonathan and I spent a long grueling day biking on an unseasonably hot May day in Toronto Cottage Country. You know that we just biked 148km in about 30 degrees. The whole day I didn’t really see a cloud and all I was […]

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