By Danielle French

Adventures with Amy

In her post about my departure, Danielle alluded to some regular travel posts to come and well, Adventures with Amy is here! Formerly Ask Amy (a place where I would answer my most commonly asked questions, provide stories from life on the farm from my perspective and share a little more about myself) this new column will allow you to follow me on my travels from South Pond Farms and my home, while I share insight and anecdotes about the places I am visiting.

Ironically, my first ever post under Ask Amy was titled “Adventures of Amy.” Life’s funny how it comes full circle sometimes isn’t it?

I hope to provide practical advice and tips alongside personal stories about the ups and downs I face along the way of my new travel journey. When I started my own blog my goal was to inspire others in some small way to start their own journey – to reach outside their comfort zone and simply enjoy what the world has to offer. For some this is as simple as going to the movie theatre alone, for others a long post-poned road trip with friends. Everyone’s journey and view of adventure is different, so thank you for joining me on mine!



Stay tuned to read about Amy’s journey from South Pond Farms. She is headed this week to the island of Fiji for a month long adventure in shark diving.


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Danielle French - Ash Naylor Photography

About Danielle

Looking for a simpler way of life for her four daughters and herself, Danielle moved from Toronto to this farm in the Bethany Hills of Southern Ontario, and over time together with her family and her partner Shawn, restored the barn, the iconic heritage silo and the land.

Danielle loves to create unique settings and menus for the many events she offers at South Pond Farms, such as authentic farm-to-table gatherings, bread-making workshops, culinary classes, and weddings. Danielle’s vision is to inspire others to share her vision of a traditional life and way of cooking and to feel the sense of history on this beautiful land.  

Danielle was also the host of a television series called Taste of the Country

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