There is something about spring that makes me feel so alive. I think it does for many people, especially those of us that just went through what felt like the longest winter EVER.
The last couple of weeks have been filled with exploring provincial and national parks just east of Edmonton, Alberta. If you haven’t yet been to Elk Island Park or the Cooking Lake – Blackfoot Provincial Provincial Recreation Area, I highly recommend exploring the area. Both parks are about 30 minutes east of Sherwood Park via Highway 16. Although that is the quickest route to get to either park, there are a number of secondary highways that will get you there as well. Continue reading
It’s March in Alberta and you know what that means – we are still knee deep in snow. I do enjoy the winter season, however, now that spring is right around the corner, so is summer! And that means heading out to British Columbia’s Shuswap Lake region for some excellent hiking.
There are so many trails to choose from whether it be a short stroll along the shoreline in Salmon Arm or a challenging climb to the top of McArthur Heights. There is a hike for everyone, with varying distances and difficulty levels. With any hike, you will find yourself immersed in nature, with bird calls for music and serenity for your soul. Continue reading
Volunteering is a great way to explore your interests and passions and provides a great feeling of satisfaction through giving back to your community.
For those that know me well, volunteering in the support of animal wellness is what feeds my soul. Continue reading