An Introduction to the Art of Salmon Angling

I have a long held love of angling, which dates back to my first time wetting a line when I was 4 years old with my father. Growing up in St. Phillips, I had access to several ponds that were fairly plentiful with fish - even some rainbows in Hogan's pond. As much as I … Continue reading An Introduction to the Art of Salmon Angling

Bikepacking 1.0 – a trip to Gisborne Lake

One of the highlights from this past summer (2018) was diving into the bikepacking scene, which is something I have been salivating over for some time. For my first overnight (s24O) bikepacking trip, my friends and I embarked on an adventure to Gisborne Lake. With a perfect forecast in our sights for Sunday August 12-Monday … Continue reading Bikepacking 1.0 – a trip to Gisborne Lake

DAY 1 – Cycling in Gros Morne National Park

"And it's Blow Ye Winds in the Morning / Blow Ye Winds Aye-O!" Wind. Invisible, noisy, relentless, ever changing, unpredictable, beautiful, refreshing, constant, and mysterious.  Anyone akin to Newfoundland and Labrador would know that we have a close relationship with wind on the rugged isle in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.  Yes - wind … Continue reading DAY 1 – Cycling in Gros Morne National Park