A pictorial coverage of winter hiking by K2 and me on Niagara Parkway

On February 29, 2020, I hiked with K2 south to north on Niagara Parkway along the Niagara River, 15 km in all. It was a tough hike due to excessive salt near the Falls' area and then no maintenance of pedestrian walkway as we moved away from it. We had to hike over snow and … Continue reading A pictorial coverage of winter hiking by K2 and me on Niagara Parkway

A hiking microadventure with K2 on an extreme winter day.

Frozen Credit River K2, a Hungarian Kuvasz, and I were watching Credit River freezing rock solid right in front of our eyes during an early morning hike in February. The temperatures had plummeted to -25 C (-13 F). Hiking during a snow storm, K2 gets suspicious of the trail ahead As we moved further, the … Continue reading A hiking microadventure with K2 on an extreme winter day.

Hiking with dog in Fall season – How to reconnect with nature and colours

After a day of rain fall, the soggy Bruce Trail started from near the parking lot of Webster Fall Conservation Area near Hamilton, Ontario. Initially, it was quite wide offering easy hike for the entire entourage of 11, aging from a 1 -1/2 year old K2, my great white Kuvasz boy, to a 50 year … Continue reading Hiking with dog in Fall season – How to reconnect with nature and colours

Hiking with dog in Spring season – How to reconnect with nature and earth

K2, our Great White Kuvasz boy, in the lead as usual, my nephew, son, and I were hiking on the Bruce Trail in the Bruce Peninsula on a pleasantly cool early spring day that gave us some dusting of snow. The trail was over a rocky ground with forest growing on one side and a … Continue reading Hiking with dog in Spring season – How to reconnect with nature and earth

Hiking with a dog in the winter season – how to connect with nature and with ghosts

Dogs have better hearing and smelling capabilities than humans. Here, K2 gets suspicious of something or someone on the trail ahead K2, the two and a half year old Hungarian Kuvasz, and I were watching Credit River freezing rock solid right in front of our eyes during an early morning hike in February 2014. The … Continue reading Hiking with a dog in the winter season – how to connect with nature and with ghosts