HI THERE! It feels like it has been so long since I have blogged or actively thought about this online world. As some of you may know, we just got married 2 weeks ago and have since been preoccupied focusing on some personal things. Overall, it has been a complete whirlwind since the wedding and I am so glad we left some buffer time with our honeymoon. Everyone thought we were crazy to wait few weeks before going on our honeymoon, but it has been the SMARTEST THING! I think if I got on a plane right after my wedding, I would have just crashed the entire time and not enjoyed the vacation. We were able to rest up, finish our thank you cards, and completely unwind from the wedding over the last two weeks. Our delayed honeymoon has also given us a second thing to look forward to, which is very nice!
We wanted to share a quick post today on exploring your local conservation areas! As you know, I believe that the best vacations can be found in your backyard. One of our favourite things to do is to make a list of local conservations areas and work on exploring all of them. We try to go during the different seasons to go for quick hikes or cross country skis. Local conservation areas are great for day trips, but also ideal for short walks. We love popping out to these places for a 1-hour walk with the pup and to get some fresh air. Visiting your local conservation areas doesn’t have to be a big ordeal!
Our favourite local conservation areas in Kingston are the Little Cataraqui Conservation Area and Lemoine Point.
Some of our favourite activities for local conservation areas include feeding the birds, cross country skiing, hiking, and practicing photography.
Have you been to your local conservation area this year? Try to schedule a visit this fall to ensure you get out and see the changing colours!
Thanks for reading! xoxo L