This is a tiny instalment in the hiking diaries series. It was more of a long walk than a hike really. I almost didn’t include it here, this was over a month ago now. But I will, because any intentional time spent in nature and being active is important for brain health. It doesn’t need to live up to some minimum standard in order to be valuable.
The Kortright Conservation Area is a beautiful space to the northeast of where we live. Besides the trails they have a lot of facilities for outdoor education. There are things like a working farm on the property with sheep and goats grazing along the trails, really nice big platforms built out into one of the ponds, and a raptor conservation program. So it was a super fun and interesting afternoon! And honestly you can’t go far wrong with a fall hike in Ontario, in my opinion.
Stationery In The Photo
- notebook, used for random collections, lists, ideas and notes
- brush pen (Tombow 076)
- pouch (sold out, similar one here)
- skeleton clip
P.S. A few photos, taken with my iPhone 8:
Wishing you a few more lovely fall days before winter arrives. xx