Oh dear, I opened my mail to find a photo from my friend who has a large countryside hide-a-way where she goes fishing, riding and exploring. Isn’t this a little cutie .. I’ve never been in one, but I can imagine it can take you into a lot of places. I do remember with great fondness of a day out with a gal pal who has a couple of Jeeps, It was a few years back, well ok, maybe over 5 years.. but I can still feel the exhilaration riding the jeep over big huge boulders and then down the other side into a ravine… it was slow and easy, the human controlling the jeep as it slid and eased its way over the rough terrain. An adventure I treasure, that I’ll never forget.
It was a totally different way to see and explore the woodlands, and for sure they travel in areas, that now as a hiker I am not seeing. Someday, maybe in the fall, I’ll find out more about the other outdoor experiences, where other modes of outdoor fun is had.. I know there are clubs and special trails they go on, another mode of enjoyment I’ve only caught a glimpse of, but not seen or know anyone who has done it, is mud trials?? races?? I think they test their skills and vehicles driving in mud??
What is “normal” is different for each individual. Everyone has a different way of thinking and doing. It’s important to understand others’ feelings.Perfect Liberty 2021.16
Currently I’m caught up in watching a show about “catching the waves”.. yesterday I saw them doing white water kayaking in the Ottawa River, “running the rapids”. There are so many different ways to enjoy the outdoors, thanks Sharon for reminding me of that.
I love my circle of friends, I truly do, each is so unique and special in his/her own way, I can’t do it all, but through my friends I can experience so much more of the world around me. Sharing, caring, loving, all acts that make the world a better place.
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That looks like a fun toy. It might cause your woodland friends to run off or fly away though.
for sure, that would not be allowed on the trails I explore.. ATV ‘s would not be allowed in the places I go.. Good thing Canada has a lot of open country..
We have some towns up north that we’re hurt when the paper mills closed. They have found new life as destinations for ATV enthusiasts.
that is a good idea.. my husband used to complain (jokingly) that I kept ruining our cars, I always wanted to take unexplored roads and trails,, he finally got a truck.. we went through too many mufflers. waves a happy hug your way.
A different experience than walking, that’s for sure!
Have you seen this website? https://www.alltrails.com/canada/ontario/ottawa
something similar.. but I’ve bookmarked that one ..will have a real good look at it later. Thank YOU.. you gonna come up to visit???
Wouldn’t that be nice? Maybe post-Covid! 🙂
There are indeed many ways to find enjoyment. Thanks for sharing yours