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  • Kirra, The Silly Australian Cattle Dog

    Kirra is always ready for a belly rub. She’ll even fall asleep on her back waiting for one. What silly poses does your dog do for attention?

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  • Retractable Claws

    All other cats in the world have the ability to completely retract their claws. Cheetahs have “semi non-retractable” claws which create more traction to help them reach those phenomenal speeds and make quick, sharp turns. Cheetah are designed for speed, reaching 70 kilometres per hour in just 3 seconds! Cheetahs

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  • June Was Full Of Blooms, 2016

    By June the Blue-eyed Grass flowers had turned into their seed pods. Most of our plants, except the Sullivants Milkweed, were thriving with little attention. The Serviceberries were rippening, while the local Robins and Cedar Waxwings anxiously waited to feast. The bees were enjoying the Hairy Beardtongue and the White

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  • Risk of Rain On Beaver Pond Trail, Algonquin Park

    During the rainy section of our camping trip to Algonquin Park in 2016 we ventured onto the Beaver Pond Trail. I left my good camera at home and set off with my small, waterproof point and shoot, just in case. The trail was a 2 kilometre loop that went past

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  • Maya The Nature Dog Spends The Day At Ferris Provincial Park

    Ferris Provinical Park is located on the outskirts of Campbellford, Ontario which is not that far from Peterborough. It was about a 30 minute drive north from Presqu’ile Provincial Park, where we were actually camping. Our weather app told us that it was going to be a fairly hot day

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  • Campground Quesadillas

    A super easy meal to make while camping is quesadillas. We have made these over the campfire and with a campstove. I prefer to use a cast iron pan or grill to get a really good crispy outside but there are lots of ways you could make these. Quesadillas can

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  • Happy Canada Day 2017!

    Get out celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary! Enjoy free access to all of Canada’s National Parks with a free Park Pass. You can pick yours up at one of many locations across the country.

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