When we discovered her, she was nestled in the full green leaves of late summer, gazing lazily over the Gananoque river. Her chrome yellow shone like the sun. People called it the end of the yellow brick road. We fell in love immediately. … More Follow the Yellow Brick Road
Most travel blogs are written to show the reader how awesome travel is and what a wonderful life the traveller has because they get to have such incredible adventures. I know that’s true. I do it on this blog all the time. But here’s the truth: sometimes life sucks. I am on a plane to … More What Not to Take on Vacation: A Cast, A Cold and Shingles
It’s so still. So quiet. So calm. No matter what is happening in life, once you sink below the waves it all disappears. Diving. I love it more than life. It never ceases to amaze yet there’s only one thing to do…breathe. Today is an exciting day because I booked my 71st dive trip and … More Diving. I Love It More Than Life.
Although most people cannot wrap their heads around it, I am an introvert. I love my alone time; I need it to recoup and refill my battery. And the same holds true when I travel. Whether I adventure with someone or take off for a month ‘by myself’, I still crave that time. Smack in … More The Ocean, the Wind, a Camel and Me
A Canadian pass time – the cottage/cabin/camp. An Ontario gem – Muskoka. Rode the 400 north for a couple hours with some girlfriends to spend time lakeside in a cottage that’s been standing for over 100 years. We lived the typical cottage experience – we ate too much, drank too much, played games, chatted, swore, … More Magic in Muskoka