Ontario: The Strange and Interesting. The Search Continues

As I continued on my journey to find the strange and interesting I may have found a little creepy. The picture above is Highway 11 near Cochrane. The sun setting with the promise of a beautiful day, a mist had formed over the fields. As I drove, I watched it creep along the ground reachingContinue reading “Ontario: The Strange and Interesting. The Search Continues”

Feature Travel Blog: The Diefenbunker

I had never heard of this even being here. In my search for strange and interesting places The Diefenbunker popped up on my radar. I decided to travel to Carp Ontario to see what this actually is. I asked if any of my friends in the area wanted to take a look with me andContinue reading “Feature Travel Blog: The Diefenbunker”

Ontario: The Stange and Interesting. The Search Continues

Leaving Thunder Bay with new tires and renewed confidence in my van I started back on my search for the Strange and Interesting in Ontario. Radio on, wind in my hair, tires rolling smoothly down the highway, come on along with me and discover what I have found. Panorama Amethyst Mine I have traveled toContinue reading “Ontario: The Stange and Interesting. The Search Continues”

Ontario: The Strange and Interesting. The Search Continues

Leaving North Bay on my search, I go west along Hwy 17 and my heart starts to beat a little faster. I love this part of the Northern Ontario. Not only for the stange and interesting but also the beauty it holds. Come along as my search brings me to a couple of things IContinue reading “Ontario: The Strange and Interesting. The Search Continues”

Ontario: The Strange and Interesting. The Search Continues

Searching Ontario for the Strange and Interesting for my new book is so exciting. I have seen so many cool places. I am so excited to share them with you. Let’s get started. The Diefenbunker My search takes me east to a walk back into time. It also gave me a chance to visit withContinue reading “Ontario: The Strange and Interesting. The Search Continues”

Ontario: The Strange and Interesting. The Search Continues

My search for strange and interesting places continues. Come along and see what I found this week traveling Ontario. You are going to love it! Base 31 My next adventure brings me back to Picton and Base 31. History mixed with innovation for the future. I love it! Base 31 was built in 1940 asContinue reading “Ontario: The Strange and Interesting. The Search Continues”

Ontario: The Strange and Interesting

I decided it was time for a second book. From Housewife to Vanlife was published almost two years ago. Wow! Amazing eh! What to write about is probably the most difficult decision. Something I am passionate about is a must for my writing. What excites me the most? Travel! What part about travel gets meContinue reading “Ontario: The Strange and Interesting”

Eastern Ontario: A Gem Around Every Corner

Eastern Ontario really does not get enough credit. As it winds along beside the St. Lawrence River it reveals gems every mile you go. From deep history of Kingston to the beauty of Thousands Islands and Gananoque there is something for everyone. Wanting to do a bit of touring in Eastern Ontario and always lookingContinue reading “Eastern Ontario: A Gem Around Every Corner”

Kingston Penitentiary: A Tour Through the Ages

Old architecture and interesting history has always fascinated me. Kingston is filled with both. Working in Kingston a few years ago, a coworker and I went and checked out the museum at the Wardens House of Kingston Penitentiary. It was so interesting and showed a part of prison life from the 1800’s to the present.Continue reading “Kingston Penitentiary: A Tour Through the Ages”

The Sweet Smell of Spring

The birds are singing, the sun is shining, and the flowers blooming. Spring is in the air. Spring is probably my favorite season. As the sun warms the earth and me, the greenery starts to flourish there is a promise of more warmth to come. The ground becomes alive with color from a long wintersContinue reading “The Sweet Smell of Spring”