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If you're looking for sandy beaches and killer waves, follow the scenic roads to Ontario's Blue Coast. The region has some of the most gnarly beaches in North America, perfect for adrenaline junkies a...
Some of my favourite memories are paddling and laughing with friends. Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) has really taken off in the past few years and it seems now more than ever people are trying this fun outdoor activity.
I had no idea what was to come when I decided to take an offer for an Ontario water adventure -- so I jumped in. I found it to be truly worth the quest to boldly immerse myself in the frigid water of adventure. I saw a whole new world that was right under my nose.
In a few days, I will begin a long, arduous, dangerous journey. Solo, unsupported, no additional assistance, resupply or shadow boat, I will kayak solo from San Francisco to Hawaii. 3,100 miles, 45 to 65 days, battling giant waves, killer great white sharks, and all that Mother Nature will throw at me. Why am I doing this?
Now that the weather's warming up, cottagers are hitting the lake with the ultimate cottage accessory -- a boat. Whether you're an experienced skipper, or new behind the hull, here are some tips and reminders about the legal -- and just plain polite -- rules of the water.