MywildCanada is about to get a little more Wild!
As you may have already heard – we are the Canadian Voyageurs and we are about to go on an epic journey! We are crossing Canada by canoe this summer AND we are taking the #mywildCanada chat on the road…uh the river….with us. This is something that has never been done before.
From now on we will have to reduce the number of chats we hold. We will put the Sunday chats on hold until we come back in the fall (most of you will be outdoors on weekends anyways) – and once we hit the water, we will be holding random #mywildCanada chats throughout the summer. We will try and keep our Wednesday 2 pm (eastern time) chat going as long as we can and whenever possible will use that time frame while on our trip. We should be able to host the Wednesday chats until we leave in late April or start of May – wilderness excursions always depend on conditions – we are going with the flow….
The trip itself is set to begin in May – so until then you should be able to find us Twitter at our usual Wednesday time slot. We have some big chats coming in April – the Nature Conservancy of Canada is coming back to guest host again – the penciled in date (yet to be confirmed) is for April 12th – mark this on your calendar (in pencil for now!) because you don’t want to miss this one.
We welcome anyone who wants to guest host a #mywildCanada during the spring or summer (at the usual time – Wednesdays 2pm EST) to come on board to do so. Hosting is a great way to meet like minded people and gain new followers – it’s also the most fun you can have on Twitter! Ask anyone who has hosted before. Anyone – from anywhere – is welcome to host. We have the most wonderful people join in – we share – we learn – we laugh.
If hosting interests you – please contact us by email: celinegerry at gmail.com or send us a private message on Twitter – @CanadianVoyage is our handle.
Make sure you all follow us on Facebook: Canadian Voyageurs 2015 – there you will be able to be a fly on the wall – you can follow our every stroke as we paddle across this great country of ours. Click on the “Follow us on Mapshare” tab at the top of the page.
For more information about the trip please visit our website – we are proud to support the Nature Conservancy of Canada – we are helping them in their fund raising efforts by bring attention to their very worthwhile cause!
Posted on March 11, 2015, in Fundraisers, Photos of Canada, Places to go, Things to do, Things to know, Twitterchat Highlights, Wilderness adventures and tagged #getoutside, #mywildCanada, #mywildCanada #chat, adventure, camping, Canada, Canadian Rivers, Canadian Voyageurs, canoe. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.