About

Erin and Jill are from a small town in Nova Scotia. Really, it’s small. You may have heard of it, but only if you really like scallops or traveling on ferrys. Erin and Jill both were athletes when they were younger, playing golf, soccer, basketball and doing this not-very-athletic-but-totally-awesome thing called Envirothon.

Eventually, they left this small town to go to university, where they both played varsity basketball. (It was in the ACAA. You can be less impressed now).

These days, Erin lives in Toronto and Jill returned to that small town. They are try to recapture the athletic glory days of their youth. They are also trying to keep up with their golfing superstar younger sister, who does things like win national championships.

8 Responses to “About”

  • Jillian Mckee says:

    Hi,

    I have a quick question about your blog, do you think you could email me?

    Jillian

  • BEV MOORE says:

    HI ERIN AND JILL…. SIGN YOUR AUNTIE BEV UP TO YOUR BLOG; I DO NOT TWEET, LOL
    SO PROUD OF YOU GIRLS!

  • Jenna says:

    Hey Erin and Jill,

    When you have a second, do you think you could e-mail me? I have a question about an upcoming October race. Thanks 🙂

  • Wes Vonn says:

    Hello,
    I have a question about your blog and couldn’t find your email. Do you think you could email me?
    Wes

  • Julianna Rossetti says:

    Hi! I was just wondering about your blog post about the east coast trail. I have a few questions and it’s been difficult for me to find information about the hike and it was so great to find your blog

  • Isaac Josephson says:

    Just read your Paris Half race recap. Thanks! I’m traveling there next month from New York City to run it. I hope they’ve worked out the start time and water issues.

    Best,
    isaac

  • Kevin Burton says:

    Great review of the East Coast Trail ! Love it when a reviewer is dead honest. I am looking at heading over this summer – I have a question: where exactly did you camp the night before you started the Brigus Head Path. Based on your report, I am thinking I will start there and head north, but will likely not arrive on my first day until early evening. So I am thinking of just camping there that night and starting fresh the next day.

  • Lana says:

    Kevin, I would add that the Spurwink Island Path is south of Brigus head and is one of the best trails. It is a bit too wood and a difficult climb, but the bear head arch is one of the coolest places on the trail.


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