Kerry is one of those people who has fabricated a life for herself that has work and play co-existing in a beautiful symbiotic balance. She and her partner have lived in the Wakefield area for a number of years – their home nestled between the Gatineau River and the surrounding hills. Kerry is an instructional designer, and mostly works from home, which works perfectly well for her, as she finds her best thinking is done out in nature – either on the river or on the trails.
“I’m very fortunate…I have access to all the outside life that occurs around me…A lot of my creativity happens when I’m actually out in the forest or on the river.”
Sometimes her adventures include her grandchildren, who often visit. Kerry loves to take them on a hike up, up, up to the place that seems to them to be the top of the world!
“…when you reach the top we all just sit on the bench and look out, down the river and they just can’t believe that this is something they’ve succeeded at.”
Then there are the many other adventures that Kerry has had with lots of wildlife while out cycling the trails in the area. Some of you might find running in to bears a terrifying experience to say the least. Kerry considers it just part of the great experience:
“…its always this great adventure and I always have a great story to tell when I come back from my journeys out on the trails.”
Find out all about the creatures that play a role in her adventures by listening to the podcast!