Free Camping on the great lakes
DORMIR À LA BELLE ÉTOILE.
Sleeping Under the Stars Web Page is for an unusual kind of traveler. There is nothing wrong with a campground. But putting up your tent or camper on a small piece of backcountry, or crown land and camping for free just seems better. Dry camping without the amenities of a camp ground, or boondocking is more primitive and places you right into nature. Camping in Ontario, RV or Tenting, packing the right camping gear can mean gathering around your campfire with friends or struggling to enjoy your campsites. What’s the point of free camping or anything else, if you don’t enjoy it? More than just campsites, I hope to inspire, encourage AND enable a new enjoyment and way of traveling for some of you. Why squander your money in another province or country when everything is right here in Ontario? The Great Lakes, Huron and Superior are adjacent the TransCanada Highway for miles and are littered with beautiful places. Covid has replaced a lot traveling rules, and free camping Ontario’s Backwoods will probably be even busier than it was in 2020. A year that saw many camping grounds over whelmed, so please take out your trash and leave no trace.
La page web Dormir sur la Belle Étoile s'adresse à un type de voyageur peu ordinaire. Il n'y a rien de mal à aller dans un terrain de camping. Mais monter sa tente ou sa caravane sur un petit bout de terre de l'arrière-pays ou de la couronne et camper gratuitement semble mieux. Le camping sauvage, sans les commodités d'un terrain de camping, ou boondocking, est plus primitif et vous place en plein cœur de la nature. Faire du camping en Ontario, en camping-car ou en tente, emporter le bon matériel de camping peut signifier se réunir autour de votre feu de camp avec des amis ou lutter pour profiter de vos emplacements de camping. Quel est l'intérêt du camping libre ou de toute autre chose, si vous n'en profitez pas ? Plus que des emplacements de camping, j'espère inspirer, encourager ET permettre un nouveau plaisir et façon de voyager pour certains d'entre vous. Pourquoi gaspiller votre argent dans une autre province ou un autre pays quand tout est ici, en Ontario ? Les Grands Lacs, Huron et Supérieur sont adjacents à l'autoroute transcanadienne sur des kilomètres et sont parsemés d'endroits magnifiques. Covid a remplacé beaucoup de règles de voyage, et le camping gratuit dans les Backwoods de l'Ontario sera encore plus occupé qu'il était en 2020. Une année qui a vu de nombreux terrains de camping débordés, alors sortez vos déchets et ne laissez aucune trace.
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Ryan Clark is unschooled in the use of paints and, without the use of models, creates vivid images ranging from the serene to the lascivious.
He has been drawing and creating vivid images as long as he could hold a pencil. His Tattoos adorn the epidermis’ of hundreds of people, though in the past few years he has focused on custom pieces. For years his art has been peddled amongst his circle and decorates more than a few private collections. He has done sculpture and wood carving as well.
In his work Ryan practices raw creativity, often changing mediums and concepts all through out the artistic process. The art is a therapeutic form of self expression and the time to practice…During a still occurring spiritual growth he is compelled to expand his life, and present himself to the world.
I am a self taught artist who has dabbled in design, animation and tattooing. I have developed my work through application and as a result was admitted to OCAD and Seneca on the merits of my art.
'I am an artist because I am.' All my life I have associated a huge part of my personal identity with being an artist, and that is what the statement preceding this means. It is inherent to who I am…
I don’t specialize in any one medium and throw them together as I see fit as the piece grows and develops. The work flows from a raw and physical studio practice, and I am just as surprised as anyone at the result. I get up the next morning looking at them with fresh eyes and amaze myself often. My creativity is also raw.....flowing and the meaning often (though not always) reveals itself at a later time, or in relation to the production of a series of works.” -Ryan Clark