When Ryan set up the business plan for Quiet Legacy, he felt it was important to incorporate Fridays for walks and wildlife & landscape photography in nature. He learned last spring that this is where some of his best business planning & innovative ideas occur, and it does wonders for clearing one’s mind from the small-picture issues that consume our work week.
We’d love to invite you to join us on November 17th, at 9am to enjoy a hike & photograph through the Meadowlily Woods, as a networking and “get back to nature” event. Ideally, we’ll have a maximum of 6 people – first come first serve!
Just a couple of things to keep in mind:
1) Please, no pets, as one of the goals is to see what wildlife we can observe, as the presents of domestic pets can scare away birds, etc.
2) Please ensure adequate clothing and in particular footwear relative to weather conditions. Some of the trail may be icy and/or snowy this time of year. I would strongly suggest large warm winter boots, or proper hiking boots with ankle support. (Mountain Equipment Co-op is an excellent source for all-season hiking gear.)
3) Have fun! We’re blessed with so many great nature escapes in our city and surrounding area.
4) Bring a camera – any camera will do, from iPhone to near-pro rig, but wildlife & nature photography often works best with a DSLR, if you have one. If you are newer to photography and would like some help with how to use your camera, I’m happy to do so.
Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions! If you scroll down, you’ll find detailed directions along with a map. Simply save yourself a spot within our ticket reservations below & we look forward to seeing you out there! If you’d like a sense of what kind of wildlife we’ve seen on past walks, feel free to browse here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/radar_boy
Ryan Fraser & Sarah Morkin
Telephone: 226 884 5545
- December 9, 2017
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Venue: Meadowlily Woods
35-65 Meadowlily Rd S, London ON N6M 1C3
There is street parking located along the right hand side of the road. Entrance to the trails is located on your right, before the bridge.