WET AND WILD

We went for an enduro bike ride in the rain this evening, and while some might question our sanity, there is a lot to be said about the experience and the upcoming sledding season. Keeping in mind, this wasn’t our first-time riding in the wet. The weather in Newfoundland & Labrador is most unpredictable and […]

TGIF

. Given the current circumstances, we thought it would be a great time to pay tribute to Boondockers’ Friends & Family by making a Friday post from the extensive library of film, stories, and photographs you’ve shared. We recently received a photo that captured this little girl in an original Boondockers beanie that our friend […]

KLIMATE CHANGE

We made a specific point of tracking down “The Skipper” on our last snowmobile trip to Newfoundland. Not that he was hard to find – we’d received 2′ of fresh snow the night before and correctly determined that his shoveling prowess would place him somewhere near the back deck of the resort’s third chalet. Despite […]

KOOL KLIM

Elizabeth shouted to her little brother when she caught him sitting in a wind row eating snow with his bare hands; “Put your gloves back on James. Poppy always says the best way to keep your hands warm is not letting them get cold!” God love her, for no truer words were ever spoken nor […]