Camping Together and Getting Lost

Posted on July 4, 2013 by Mike Grant - Leave a comment

When I was a boy we had an old tent which seemed to me like it held an entire universe inside it. Modern tents are incredibly easy to put up but I can … [Continue reading]

How to Effectively Communicate with Dementia Patients

Posted on October 22, 2014 by theoutdoorsdad - Leave a comment

Dementia is a degenerative condition that affects aging people. Caused by damage to the brain, this disorder leads to problems with understanding basic everyday facts such as places, dates and names. It is … [Continue reading]

5 Reasons Why You Should be in Patong Right Now

Posted on October 17, 2014 by theoutdoorsdad - Leave a comment
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You may want to ask why you want to be in Patong out of all places in Thailand. Thailand is home to many stunning locations which draw in crowds from all over the … [Continue reading]

Happy Egg Welfare – A Day in the Life of a Free Range Hen

Posted on June 27, 2014 by theoutdoorsdad - Leave a comment

The Happy Egg Company, owned by Noble Foods, goes to great lengths to ensure the welfare of their birds – because happy hens make for happy eggs. A day on the farm for … [Continue reading]

Summer activities for little rascals

Posted on May 29, 2014 by theoutdoorsdad - Leave a comment

Summertime is the perfect time of year to get in some quality time with your kids. If you find yourself struggling to balance work, life and leisure time with your children, summer is … [Continue reading]

A Beginner’s Guide to Camping

Posted on April 28, 2014 by theoutdoorsdad - Leave a comment

For some families the most difficult decision they have to make all year is about where to go on holiday. As the family expands and gets older, everyone seems to develop their own … [Continue reading]

What’s More Fun Than A Night Out? A Night Out In Toronto!

Posted on April 22, 2014 by theoutdoorsdad - Leave a comment
night out

Toronto has long been an international hub for travelers. Every day, people fly in for business, pleasure, or a mix of both. However, at the same time it’s often difficult to get the … [Continue reading]

A First Timer’s Guide to Driving a Van

Posted on March 26, 2014 by theoutdoorsdad - Leave a comment

If you’re contemplating doing your own house move then you’ll almost certainly need to borrow or hire a van. This can be a bit scary if your only previous driving experience is with … [Continue reading]

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