At a camping symposium [https://www.canoekayaknb.com/2019canoe] this fall, I had the privilege of leading a workshop on wilderness water treatment. I figured it would also be of interest to share my notes here. Note: This information is only provided for educational purposes. Drink water in the backcountry
This past weekend, I went on my first camping trip of 2019. I started off the weekend in the town of St. Andrew's [https://danbscott.ghost.io/looking-for-whales-in-charlotte-county/], walking around and looking in a few shops. Just outside the town is the Caughey-Taylor nature preserve [https://www.naturetrust.
This is my final post based off of my trip to the Netherlands. It focuses on reviewing a book about land reclamation and flood control infrastructure in the Netherlands and sharing a couple of bike trips I took out into the countryside around Amsterdam [https://danbscott.ghost.io/noord-holland/] and
I was on vacation for a few days last week and went on a couple of fun day trips with my girlfriend. The (free!) Irving Nature Park [https://www.jdirving.com/jd-irving-sustainability-nature-parks-irving-nature-park.aspx] in Saint John offers some interesting short hikes [http://www.hikingnb.ca/Trails/LowerSJRiver/SaintJohn/IrvingNaturePark.html]
Continuing my short [https://danbscott.ghost.io/les-musees-de-paris/] series [https://danbscott.ghost.io/moutarde-et-fromage-2/] about my recent trip to France, this week's post is about the time I was in Marseille. Marseille is a very cool city, centered around a large harbour. The harbour entrance is flanked by