Once a year in early spring, the Landman Family, owners of Landman Gardens & Bakery in Grand Valley, open up their barn doors to the public for “Goat Day”. During our visit to we recorded a video for our Let’s Discover ON YouTube Channel. If you liked this video then remember to subscribe to our … More Kidding Around at Landman Gardens & Bakery!
While its roots may be in agriculture, the City of Guelph, located in Southwestern Ontario, is now going through its renaissance. That’s what we felt when we toured “The Royal City” along with hometown boy Matt Fudge. As an adventure-junkie who climbs mountains and skydives he showed us around his childhood hometown from ground-level. Today … More Hanging Out in Guelph with Matt Fudge
On March 21, 2009, which also happened to be the first day of Spring that year, we gave up our respective lives as singletons to become life & travel partners. We celebrated our 8th Anniversary earlier this week and wanted to share our pictures and memories with you. Here’s a recap of our Wedding Day … More Our Lives Began in Kleinburg
If you’re looking for a city with history, a thriving performance arts scene, great restaurants, shopping and a waterfront, then Kingston will definitely check all those boxes. Also known as The Limestone City, it has something for everyone and can be visited at any time of the year. We visited in winter however there is … More Our Fun Weekend In Kingston
Ever wanted to sharpen your ninja skills? You know, throw knives & axes around like a Boss? Well, Tony has always had this fantasy and it finally became reality. We just had to try Stryke Target Range in our hometown of Brampton (there’s a Toronto location as well). We asked some other Bloggers to … More Testing our Aim @ STRYKE Target Range
If you’re not a winter-person and prefer to spend the season indoors then we have just the event that will make you get outdoors…Lumina Borealis! The outdoor show, located at Fort Henry in Kingston, ON, was created by Moment Factory and includes various exhibits each with its own unique design, theme and use of light … More The Sights & Sounds of Lumina Borealis
For almost 100 years, The Royal Agricultural Winter Fair, aka “The Royal”, has been a long-standing annual tradition held every November at Exhibition Place in Toronto. The Royal was started by farmers as a way to come together to meet, discuss and showcase their harvest & livestock. Over time it grew into an annual event that provides … More A First-Time Visit to The Royal
Point Pelee National Park in Leamington, ON, has some serious bragging rights. It is one of Canada’s smallest national parks and yet attracts over 300,000 visitors per year and offers activities in all seasons! During our visit to the Park we also recorded a video for our Let’s Discover ON YouTube Channel: If you liked … More Our Visit to Point Pelee – One of Canada’s Smallest National Parks!
Greater Toronto Area (GTA) residents are fortunate to have Canada’s largest farmer’s market within a 1-1.5 hours drive (trust us….its worth it). The Market is open year round and has a variety of fresh produce, meat, seafood, cheese and prepared meals to allow you to get your weekly shopping done and have lunch all under … More Canada’s Largest Farmers’ Market in St Jacobs
We learned of Long Point Eco-Adventures (LPEA) at the beginning of the year at the Spring Cottage Life Show and immediately wanted to visit. Why you might ask? Mainly because we had heard so many great things about Norfolk County where LPEA is located. We also had friends who visited Turkey Point & Long Point … More A Thrill Seekers Paradise – Long Point Eco-Adventures