I got to go camping on the Easter weekend that just passed, and I had a great time hiking and taking a ride in a canoe! I went to Point Pelee National Park, which is about a 3.5 hour drive from home.
During my hikes, I ran into lots of birdwatchers, but also other doggies too! I hear that this park is famous for birding, because it is part of a major bird and butterfly migration corridor. The park is mostly marshland, so is great for waterfowl species, and is located in the southernmost point of mainland Canada.
I got to pose at this southernmost point, and it makes me proud that I’ve been able to visit such an important geographical landmark!
Here’s a video of me walking through the DeLaurier Homestead Trail and I get to sniff around the woods and end up in a manmade canal that was used to help distribute water to the farmers that used to live there many years ago. It is pretty much marshland here so you get to hear spring peepers and redwing blackbirds singing their songs.
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I’ll be posting soon about my other activities in Point Pelee so stay tuned!
Angus here with another update this week! I’m planning to go camping this Easter weekend so I’m looking at a few videos of my last camping trip in Lake Superior Provincial Park.
It is a very nice park! It has hiking trails, nice beaches and a long shoreline to look out to Lake Superior, the largest of the Great Lakes in North America.
I’m currently working on a travel section of my website, so you guys can look forward to seeing more details and photos of my trip to Lake Superior Provincial Park soon! In the meanwhile, here’s a video of me walking gingerly across some pebbles along the shoreline;
It’s been very windy the past few days, so the local kite flyers must be having a field day showing off their latest wind flying creations! Maybe I’ll have a kite of my own one day…
I personally love a nice windy (and sunny) day because it feels nice to have the wind hit my fur. It is quite cooling for someone that has a double fur coat that is currently in winter-thick mode like me.
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Ok, so we’re in Spring now, which means I’ll be going on a camping trip soon! So check back with me soon to see how much fun (or how much rain) I had on the trip. See you all soon! 🐶
Angus here for another update in the life and times of Angus the Corgi!
So I get walks everyday, and I walk through all sorts of weather conditions, from nice and sunny to cold and raining. We are in Spring now here in my nick of the woods, and so we gets all sorts of weather, it’s even supposed to snow a bit this week!
But today we have overcast and windy, so here’s a short video of me enjoying a walk in the wind. The wind is strong in this video, so if your volume is set a bit too high, it might get real loud!
Angus here for another update in the life and times of Angus the Corgi. I’m suffering a bit from cabin fever because it’s been a long winter, so I’m ready for Spring to arrive! Don’t get me wrong though, my pawrents still take me out on walks twice a day and with the occasional weekend hike, but it’d be nice to be able to go on long adventures and do some camping again.
The first sign of Spring is known in North America to be the robins singing their musical songs. It’s a nice song that tells me that the remaining snow on the ground is going to melt.
Another first sign of Spring, at least at my home, is my pawrents changing their tires on their cars, from winters to all-seasons. Nothing pleases me more than supervising this change:
Yep, looks like everything went well:
Now the cars should be ready for nice and long summer adventures!