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backcountry gear flat lay

The image posted with the “Backcountry Safety, with Luka Szczepanik and Simon Murray” session put on by Bogong Equipment, had me thinking about ‘flat lays’ that are so common in the running world. 259 more words

Adventurous Activities

Throwback Thursday: Of Hiking and Solitude

More or less an hour or two from Bacolod City is a place that I like to call, my little pocket of happiness.

Mambukal Resort is a highland resort managed by the provincial government. 277 more words


Bear Lake, Utah & Limber Pine Trail

One thing a Florida Native never lacks is accessibility to water! I’ve been to my share of lakes, rivers, springs, and oceans. All of which in my opinion are relaxing and breathtaking. 560 more words


The Living Room Hike

The Living Room Trail

Attempt 2 was a success Memorial Day Weekend!

If you’re ever visiting Salt Lake and Google “Salt Lake Hikes” it is very likely that this one will pop up. 332 more words


Interfacing with Nature


I live in a town that backs up to a gorgeous mountain in the middle of an otherwise flat part of the San Francisco Bay Area. 813 more words


Garden of the Gods: Worth the Hype?

When I announced I was visiting Colorado, just about everyone suggested I check out Garden of the Gods. A quick image search revealed why: with its towering red rocks shooting into the sky, it’s easy to see how Garden of the Gods became such a popular travel destination. 351 more words


Poem: Watering the Garden; 2019, June 19, Wednesday,


      2019, Summer — Watering my backyard food garden.


     the garden

     draws me in

     to a meditative world.

     With a cup of coffee,

     I watch the sprinkler… 31 more words