Kids can keep you back from larger trips, but don’t write off the joy of local adventures.
Growing up in southwestern Ontario as a kid, and eventually as a teenager without a drivers licence, I didn’t get around a lot. Then that began to change as I applied to university, and started consider where I was going to live and study for 4+ years. I got three acceptance offers, and was weighingContinue reading “Guelph: An Island Under Change”
2020 was garbage. Most annual reflections will have that message. It caused me stress in my professional and personal life, but looking back, I didn’t do too bad in terms of exploring the local metroscapes. This was my first full calendar year living in the Tri-Cities, and adjusting to the shift. It was my opportunityContinue reading “#metroscapes 2020 in review”
A detailed analysis of Toronto’s highways and railways, and their impact on walkability.
2018 marks the first full year of #metroscapes, a brand I launched in November 2017 to organize the hundreds of kilometres of hiking I had done in Toronto, and to represent their theme: the exploration of where natural and built environments collide. And with this new brand, I started upping my game. I started planningContinue reading “#metroscapes 2018 in Review”