Michael Haynes (Author of Hiking Trails of Nova Scotia 8)Michael has written guides on hiking and biking trails in Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec and Ontario. He has been a regular contributor to CBC Radio in Halifax, Sydney and Ottawa. In addition to his books and radio appearances, Michael has published numerous articles about Canadas outdoors, both locally and nationally.
In addition to writing about trails, Michael also works in trail development and active transportation. He has been a member of the consulting teams that have produced trail plans for communities such as Sault Ste. Marie, Chatham-Kent, and North Grenville, and active transportation/bike plans for Oromocto, Corner Brook, Lunenburg, and Essex County. Michael has also presented at numerous Canadian trail workshops, and at Australian, and American national trail conferences.
Michael has hiked in every province in Canada, fifteen states in the U.S., Australia, and several countries in Europe and Asia. He tries to walk every day: between, 2010-2014, he walked/ran 26,000,000 steps, or 22,000 km - a daily average of more than 12 km.
Follow Michael’s activities on Twitter @HikerHaynes
Advocate Boat Tours www. If you get a group together they might be able to arrange to bring rockhounds to some very hard to get to areas, departing from Spencers Island. I have been visiting Cape Split and surrounding area for over 25 years. I really appreciate how beautifully you portray what a wonderful part of the world we live in. Thank you. Watson Inglis, Pictou.
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The pace of restoration slowed Thursday as Nova Scotia Power turned its attention to smaller outages across the province. That was a marked contrast to the roughly 50, customers who were restored on Wednesday. In a tweet Thursday morning, the utility said 34 crews from New Brunswick Power and 32 New Brunswick contractors had joined the restoration effort. These new recruits are heading straight to our areas with the largest number of customer outages, including Shelburne, Liverpool and Bridgewater. The Emera-owned company said it had power line crews, 83 forestry crews and 68 damage assessment teams on the job.
It is the photographer, not the camera, that is the instrument. Once his work life began, photography faded into the background, and Davidson says he never re-discovered it until he recently retired from a year career at Michelin. All it took was one gift of a DSLR camera for his love of photography to come flooding back. Soon after retiring, Davidson joined the Valley-based Scotian Hiker group, which regularly hikes trails throughout the province. He credits this group for starting him on the outdoor hiking path which his photography is tied to so closely. Although, when hiking, Davidson says he goes for the journey, not the photography. Great pictures are just an added bonus.