On Your Mark…

Well, it happened. I’m finally a resident of Saskatchewan.  Included with this acquisition are a driver’s license and vehicle registration, so my Truck is Canadian now too. The Truck was a long process that required customs forms, vehicle inspections, and vehicle modifications. The driver’s license was equally complex, but they’re both done now. These wereContinue reading “On Your Mark…”

Winter Camping: The Hike

Like most camping trips, winter camping can have peripheral activities. There’s ice fishing, and cross country skiing and snow shoeing. We opted for the latter. I’d been snowshoeing a few times before. It requires the use of different muscle groups, that can be awkward for the less experienced. Poles are definitely required, for me. WeContinue reading “Winter Camping: The Hike”