Ridge Wilderness Adventures Blog

03
Dec
2015

Back to the Blog!

December 3rd, 2015 | by Kayla Hoogenraad | in |    0   


Where to start? The Ridge blog has long been dormant, as our fearless and intrepid leader, writer and paddler extraordinaire Dave, has been kept increasingly busy running a growing business, flying all over the world teaching canoeing and first aid....and drinking alot of tea. (For those of you who don't know this about Dave, tea is his 3rd love, after his family and canoeing of course)
 If you ever see a very tall man paddling with one hand holding a tea mug in the other...it's probably Dave:))

With Dave being superman all over the globe, it has now become my pleasure to blog about the exciting adventures happening here at Ridge Wilderness Adventures!

I'm the office manager and part-time canoe guide... formerly from Ontario, a wanna-be marathoner, coffee drinker and jane-of-all-trades here at Ridge. Occasionally my day looks like this:


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Or, on the average day, like this:

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Obviously it's a pretty sweet life over here at Ridge Wilderness Adventures!:)

As brevity is a wonderful thing...I will keep this short and sweet and leave you with one of my favorite videos...at Ridge, every day outside is a great day:)

Happy Thursday everyone, and Get Outside for some Nature Rx this weekend!


                                                                                                      -April

“Tired, irritable, stressed out? Try Nature! This non-harmful prescription is shown to relieve the crippling symptoms of modern life. Side effects may include confidence, authenticity, and being in a good mood for no apparent reason.”
Award-winning comedy, Nature Rx, spoofs prescription drug commercials, while inspiring folks to explore and rediscover their love of the outdoors.

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8uSmiFnLMe8


Hear what folks are saying!

We spend all our time guiding others and playing outside. We have hands on experience in Wilderness First Aid and crisis situations. This makes us ideally suited to teach this course.

If you are thinking of taking a First Aid course and you spend any time outside, this course will make you feel more prepared. It will give you the skills to deal with all those potential problems.

David Wooldridge, Owner
Ridge Wilderness Adventures
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