Hi everyone! I recently came across one of my very first blog posts. I guess at some point I’d taken it down because the post is about solo travel in Europe (and this blog is neither about solo travel nor Europe). That being said, upon looking at it again, I…
Hi friends – as many of you already know, I graduated university not too long ago and have been working full time in Toronto for the last few months. With 2018 ending, I’m already planning my vacation days for 2019. Transitioning from student traveling (where you have lots of time,…
I’ve always found there to be this shame associated with homesickness. It starts when we’re young; no one wants to be that camper. The one crying themselves to sleep because they miss the familiar comforts of home. The one judged by fellow campers or pitied by counselors. I, for one,…
One of the most important skills taught in wilderness medicine courses is how to determine if a situation requires a high-risk or low-risk evacuation.
When an accident occurs, our first thought should be: Is an evacuation necessary? The question you’re really asking yourself is “Can I fix this in the field?”