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Erin McCrea



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After graduating university (many years ago) with a BA in English, Erin moved around from South Korea to various places in Saskatchewan, to Alberta, until she finally settled down in Saskatoon for a Creative Writing job at a local radio station. Shortly after she settled down even more with a man, house, and dog. In 2016 she added a baby boy to the mix. After her son was born, Erin became a Stay at Home Writing Mom. Lately, you can find Erin always searching for adventures, writing, crafting (not always well), playing (or arguing) with a kid, playing (or arguing) with a big dog, or drinking a glass of wine.

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Winter at Wander’s Tiny Farm

Posted on: January 14, 2023

January is a LONG month and the season feels a bit more exhausting. However, winter at Wander’s tiny farm will help you fall back in love with the snow again. The magic of this farm will bring a smile to everyone’s faces and have some much-needed family fun. The last
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1000 Hours Outside – Join the Challenge and Get Outside

Posted on: January 9, 2023

The last time I wrote about my 1000 hours outside, was in April of 2021. It is definitely time for an updated article. My son and I completed 1000 hours. We didn’t do it in a year though. After a year, we had hours left so we kept going until
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The Best of 2022 in Saskatoon

Posted on: December 30, 2022

We have had a good and busy year full of family fun! Here is our best of 2022 in Saskatoon. I don’t want to overwhelm anybody so I am picking a few favourites from each month. Most of these will be back in 2023 so you will have a chance
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BHP Enchanted Forest in Saskatoon – Enchanting Families Since 1999

Posted on: December 17, 2022

The BHP Enchanted Forest is on right now in Saskatoon. This is another tradition my family has to partake in. We chose to go on Friday because it just happened to be the ONLY day that Santa was coming to visit. I kept that part as a surprise for my
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YXE Corn Maze

Posted on: October 1, 2022

Have you heard about the latest maze outside Saskatoon? YXE Corn Maze is located less than an hour from Saskatoon. They are neighbours to the Wolf Willow Winery and Camp Wolf Willow. Get lost in the corn maze and leave some time to check out the pumpkins, sunflowers and gorgeous
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Fall and Halloween Crafts – Creep it Real with some Arts and WitchCrafts!

Posted on: October 1, 2022

In the past few years, we have got our spook on with some Halloween Crafts. This year, we added some Fall crafts to the mix as well. We usually try to use the supplies we have (this year included a lot of nature) but every once in a while we
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Corn Maze Adventures, Farm Animals, Potato Launchers and MORE at Youth Farm Corn Maze

Posted on: September 14, 2022

We made our annual trip to Youth Farm Corn Maze last weekend. This was the first of our corn maze adventures this year. Have we learned any new strategies since our time last year? I’d say no. It took us a very long time to get out. Youth Farm Corn
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Summer Fun in the City – Our 2022 Summer Vacation

Posted on: September 1, 2022

We made sure this year to have some summer fun in the city! We didn’t get to cross everything off our┬áSummer Fun Bucket List, but we spent a lot of time trying new places and events. Here are some of my favourites: We did some city camping. The day after
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Travelling the World in a Day (or three) at Saskatoon Folkfest

Posted on: August 22, 2022

On Saturday, we decided travelling the world in a day was a great goal. We spent our day celebrating Saskatoon Folkfest. I’ve been to Folkfest before but this was a brand new event for my son. I thought this was the year to introduce him to some new cultures. He
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Furry Family Love – Dog Parks in Saskatoon

Posted on: August 19, 2022

My dog is a year older than my son. He’s part of our family. I’ve recently started taking him to Saskatoon dog parks every morning. We try to get there at the same time as the sunrise. Some days the whole family goes with us, and other days, just my
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