The more I kayaked past Newfoundland’s weathered coastline the more I wanted to get out of my boat and walk.
There are some incredible hills along the eastern shore that are just as jaw-dropping gorgeous as the western shore’s more commonly known Gros Morne Mountain. So, after a quick visit to some outward islands to film thousands of puffins, the crew pulled our kayaks up on shore and began a side-trip inland for a couple of days. Continue reading “Kayaking Through a Newfoundland Tickle – Part 2” »
My mother always said that change is good. Of course, I think she was referring to the changing of my underwear or socks. But I’ve taken her advice in relation to spreading my enthusiasm and knowledge of camping and the outdoors. My normal method was through writing books and magazine articles, which I continue to do. However, I now have this video website, presenting multiple episodes on ways to be a “happy camper”.
It’s very exciting. I get to run around playing in the woods and be goofy on camera, but I also get to share my experiences with you like never before. Promoting the reasons for people to continue going out into the wilderness-so they will freely accept the responsibility of saving what’s left of our natural world. Quite honestly, I’ve never been happier; except maybe after changing my socks and underwear. That’s pretty darn cool as well.