A couple of weekends ago, a friend suggested we take a little road trip to Truro to do some early Christmas shopping. “Drive from Halifax to Truro to go shopping?” I thought. This seemed a little counter-intuitive. Continue reading
What do you do when your long weekend hike is a complete bust? You find some craft beer and a donair, check out the local sites, and make the most of a glorious fall day.
This Thanksgiving, we had the privilege of being deep in the New Brunswick wilderness, at a rustic cottage on the shore of the Saint John River, somewhere between Fredericton and Nackawic.
For Labour Day weekend, we were back on the road, returning to the South Shore for a final jaunt at the end of my incredible five-week vacation. The main purpose of the trip was to visit family, but of course, we take any road trip as an opportunity to go exploring with Dal.
The weather was glorious, so naturally, we headed to the beach. Continue reading
In this week’s post, I am taking you outside of the HRM, and outside of the Province, to the coolest little park I have ever seen. I wanted to share this park with you, not just because it’s a great spot to take dogs (although Dallas did love it there), but more because it’s such a unique and beautiful park. I can’t believe I only recently heard of it, despite living in the surrounding area for a collective nine years. Continue reading
We canoed. We camped. We swam. We played. It was a Canada Day long weekend to remember. Continue reading