Up up and away with Sundance Balloons!
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For those of you familiar with Canada, especially Ontario, you will be familiar with the multitude of various cultures which now call Ontario home. But, did you know that in a quiet little town just north of one of Ontario’s largest cities, Kitchener-Waterloo, there remains to this day a large congregation of Old Order Mennonites?
When we think of solo travel, the young millennial, backpacking across Europe and sleeping in hostels is usually what comes to mind. A recent study has shown that 71% of women who travel solo were shall we say….”mature women”.
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Welcome back to this week’s edition of In My Own Backyard.
I have lived in the Brant County area for the majority of my life, and I had no idea until last year that I had a lavender farm right here in my own backyard (notwithstanding that I drove right by the street that it was on every weekend).
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Welcome back to this week’s feature of In My Own Backyard! This week join me for a leisurely dinner cruise down the Grand River onboard one of Grand River Dinner Cruise’s three boats, the Grand River Princess, Grand River Queen, or Grand River Belle.
Welcome back to the “Explore” series!
Since international travel has come to a complete halt for the unforseeable future, now is the perfect time to start exploring areas in our own Province (Ontarians or visitors to Ontario, the Explore series is for you).
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Welcome back for this week’s feature In My Own Backyard! Are you ready to visit the big city!
After being cooped up in the house over the winter and with international travel currently restricted, I am sure that many of us will be going on lots of roadtrips this summer. Who doesn’t love a good roadtrip?
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A memory popped up on my facebook reminding me that it has already been one year since I have visited the Scenic Caves Nature Adventures in Collingwood, Ontario, so what better time to feature the caves than now.