Author Archives: Erin Kuhns

About Erin Kuhns

Stepping out of the woods and out of my comfort zone. One hundred new things to ensure I don't spend another year sitting in the armchair of life.

It’s Time

I’ve decided to retire this blog. Not because I’ve run out of things to do or things to say – in fact, this blog has done wonders for me. Because of it, I’ve opened up my mind (and my world) … Continue reading

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Move Over, Bob Barker

#37 Growing up, I was that person who watched The Price is Right and dreamed of being called up on the stage by that booming voice that ushered all of the excited, wiggly people from the studio audience. I even … Continue reading

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We Came, We Saw, We Thaw Di Gras’d

#36 When I learned I was going to Dawson City, Yukon for 3 days, it also happened to coincide with one of their two biggest annual festivals: Spring Thaw Di Gras Carnival and the Dawson City Music Festival, which, by … Continue reading

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Doing the Sourtoe Cocktail in Dawson City

#35 In St. John’s, Newfoundland you kiss a cod. In Dawson City, Yukon, you “do the toe.” I’d like to tell you I don’t know which is more gross, but I will say that between putting a mummified toe to … Continue reading

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A Visit Back in the Time of the Gold Rush

#34 When offered the opportunity to scope out the Yukon as a possible place to hold events, my boss made it clear I had to go. Can’t argue with the boss, right? So I hopped on a plane, on which … Continue reading

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After 22 Years…I Got Back On That Horse

#33 Today I put downhill skis on for the first time in 22 years. The last time I shoop shooped down a ski hill I ended up being carried down by a (very cute) ski patroller on a sled. If … Continue reading

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Swimming With the Sharks (Sort of…)

#32 For four mornings while down in The Sunshine State a couple of weeks ago, this was the view in the morning. One morning, I braved the cool ocean water and enjoyed a beautiful swim out into the greatness. It … Continue reading

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