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The Twelve Gifts of Tracking

Porcupine Mandibles The rolling hills and drumlins of the Bruce Trail inspired this seasonal story of the day: On the 6th Day of December, my tracking friends shared with me… Twelve apples cached [...]

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How Do You Like Them Apples?

Approaching our meeting location for the day, the veil of fog I had been driving in for an hour seemed to be lifting with the rising sun that had began peaking through the clouds, just up over [...]

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Jedi Tracker Training and Luke Sandwalker

Sunday November 1st, 2015   As the tracking apprentices learned about pressure releases this past weekend, we could almost hear the wise words of Yoda saying, “Patience you must have my [...]

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A Boyne River Valley Scat Rap

Sunday September 13, 2015 Written by Tamara Anderson (With help from the Scat Rap, by A. Bennett, M. Keebler, R. Pemble, D. Elliott, and B. Jonas) It starts with an “s” and it ends with a “t”. It [...]

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Thistles, Bitters and Life’s Simple Pleasures

Saturday July 18 2015 – Varney, Ontario It was a beautiful mid-summer morning in July, and we plant apprentices were getting ready to learn about medicinal plants. Weaving a thread through [...]

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The Wisdom of the Marks

The site of a porcupine, raccoon and flying squirrel holes in this big old Basswood tree Saturday and Sunday, July 26th, 2015 Written by Tamara Anderson – 2nd year Tracking Apprentice In [...]

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Caretaking and Land Stewardship for Future Generations

Friday was a day of stewardship and caretaking on the new Earth Tracks land.  Getting our hands into the dirt was the priority for the morning.  We each researched a herb that had been [...]

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Tracking in the Sauble Beach Area

Saturday, June 13th, 2015 – Story of the Day Congregating at Alexis’s place before starting our drive to Sauble, we travellers arrived with stories of our adventures.  Sue, Aster and [...]

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Tracking on the Sauble River

Sunday June 14th, 2015 – Story of the Day  Written by Tamara Anderson   Bob Marley wrote, “Some people feel the rain and others just get wet.”  The rain reminds us of [...]

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Sign Tracking and an Intro to Wildlife Tracking

Written by Tamara Anderson Sunday, May 24, 2015 Lockyer Pits, Orangeville It was sunny and 26°C at the Lockyer Pits in Orangeville.  We began the day by tracking the weather. Wispy [...]

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