Adventure
AN UPDATE ABOUT OUR (lack of) UPDATES!

It sure has been a while since our last update!

We have been so terribly busy with our day jobs and a new business endeavour that we’ve had to put our beloved site on the proverbial back burner.

Since time equals money, we haven’t had a chance to write up our last couple of adventures. Rob is re-launching his photography business by converting from weddings to baby, child and maternity portraiture. This switch has consumed a lot of our time and, to be honest, our money. That said, we would love to invite all of our readers to join Rob’s A Perfect Union Facebook Fan page.

Increased traffic to his Fan Page will hopefully attract future business which will hopefully increase our income so that we can return to spending more time on our little website!

We are also looking at creating a Fan page for Journeys Ontario in the very near future so that all of you who have been sharing stories and ideas with us can also share with each other. In the meantime, please become a Fan of A Perfect Union on Facebook.


(Just click the Like button in the box on the right.)

THANKS FOR YOUR ONGOING SUPPORT AND ENCOURAGEMENT!

Nancy and Rob

Long story short
Click on the 'like' button at the top of the window above, and help me spread the news

Thanks!
Rob

A sneak preview of things to come.

Just so you don't feel like you just read an advertisment for nothing, here is a quick preview of some of the stuff we have (slowly) been working on.

We drove up to Manatoulin Island for the annual Pow Wow and stayed in Gordon's Park-- a cool 'lights out' sanctuary for stargazing.
It's hard to see her in this picture, but the little patch of blue in the top middle of the picture is Nancy after she hiked up a crazy hill at Killarney Provincial Park.
The final adventure that I will tease you with is our camping trip to Gatenau Park in Quebec... including covered bridges, a steam train and an underground river and caves you can hike through!
We explored Ragged Falls on the Oxtongue river (well worth the side trip from Algonquin Park!)