Here is a slideshow with 34 Ways to Enjoy and Discover the Great Outdoors!
Take a sit and relax with your kids -)
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Wether kayaking, canoeing, hiking, skiing, scuba diving... or simply enjoying some fresh air while playing outside with our kids we know that outdoor activities are great to build strong physical bodies and they sure help us to evacuate stress and some depressing thoughts.
This is a special entry.
The day to remember the Great World Wars and other wars that followed unfortunately. I have never known what it means to be at war.
I've never known hunger. I've never known suffering.
But some people sacrificed ...
By Faith Attaguile, KayakCanoeBlogger regular contributor.
The people of Meghalaya had a problem. During the monsoon season, the normally gentle, easy-flowing rivers and streams in their beautiful home become raging torrents impossible to cross. From June to September -four months of the year- wild, dangerous rivers smash through mountain valleys, ...
Yes indeed this is Halloween time... once a year and it is today! The kids are ready here and everywhere.
And someone came visiting my kayak! Oops...
Coming from France I never practiced the Halloween tradition. I didn't even know what it was. But with a kid your ...
This is the editorial for the week on KayakCanoeBlogger!
This week Faith Attaguile is going to surprise us with a beautiful article on living bridges! Don't miss it!!
But before that come back on the 31st for a little Disney video... Trick or Treat-)
We live in Quebec and the fall season is absolutely marvelous. So many warm colors... It's magic.
If you decide to come on holidays, then come in October!
These photographs were taken mostly in La Mauricie National Park or in some villages around.
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