Limehouse Conservation Area

Limehouse Conservation Area is located in Limehouse, Ontario Canada. This Conservation area was established to preserve the cultural and natural history of the area including an old lime kiln, storage facility, and remnants of an old mill. There are also ancient cedar trees which are over 800 years old! The 850km Bruce Trail runs through […]

Dealing with Ticks

Dealing with Ticks (Ixodes scapularis) In this short video, Adventurer Wolfmaan talks about Ticks. Ticks are closely related to spiders. They are typically small when unfed, (1 to 5 mm in length), and all active stages feed on blood. They cannot fly and they move quite slowly. Ticks usually come in contact with people or […]

BF-Bushcraft Radio S2 E11

Season 2 – Episode 12 Broadcast Saturday, October 11, 2014 In this episode we cover: – Man cuts down hydro pole to save self – Wool shirts with silk undershirts – The beauty of the autumn season – Interview special guest Jituska: Medicine Woman, Healer, Herbalist [Click Here To Download Episode]     http://media.blubrry.com/barefootbushcraft/p/content.blubrry.com/barefootbushcraft/2014-10-04T05_53_58-07_00.mp3Podcast: Play […]

No New Travels?

Some of my regular readers may have noticed that recently, I haven’t post new travel stories. The reason for this: I have started an eco-tourism company in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. The pet-friendly company will offer ecologically sound tours as well as a locally grown lunch for a cost of $60.00 to 100.00 per person including food […]