Tag: adventure travel

Looping Back to Ontario

by Liz Jansen This week I arrived back in Orangeville, Ontario, after a four-day road trip across much of Canada, from Calgary, Alberta. I’ve settled into temporary quarters in a cozy cabin while I search for somewhere to overwinter and heal.

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10 Motorcycle Highlights of Joshua Tree and Area

This fall I had the opportunity to take a continuing education course to further develop my energy healing practice. Holding it in Joshua Tree, California, in the middle of the Mojave Desert was a selling point. Having Carla King offer

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24 Picks for a Santa Motorcycle

Only 3 more sleeps till the big day! Just wondering – if Santa rode a motorcycle, what would it be? We’ll never know for sure because we have to be asleep when Santa arrives, but it’s fun to speculate. We

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Stop 1 of Book Tour – 7 Steps for Adventure Travel; Hitting the Road

Stop 1 of Book Tour – 7 Steps for Adventure Travel In today’s tour stop at Motorcycle Misadventures, I talk about 7 Steps for adventure travel and how to get past fear and delight in the trip!  This Road can take

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Women and Motorcycles: Renee Wallace Speaks

Women Riders Speak is an interview series about women and motorcycles. Through their stories, women illustrate the transformative role motorcycling has played in their life. In this interview, read how Renee Wallace cut her teeth on California’s canyon roads and

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Women and Motorcycles: Alisa Clickenger Speaks

Women Riders Speak is an interview series about women and motorcycles.  Through their stories, they illustrate the transformative role motorcycling has played in their life.  In this interview, Alisa Clickenger, of Idaho Falls, Idaho, reveals her fascinating entry into riding

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Women and Motorcycles: Bridget Greer Speaks

Women Riders Speak is an interview series about women and motorcycles. Through their stories, they illustrate the transformative role motorcycling has played in their life. Bridget Greer, from Burlington, Ontario, started riding on cottage roads,  in bathing suits and bare

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The Joy of Solo Travel

“Aren’t you afraid?” “Don’t you get lonely?” These common questions are often the first you hear when someone finds out you’re about to go on a solo motorcycle journey. While my travels pale in comparison to many others, I have

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