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Don't Forget to Enjoy the Experience

At the time I decided to bicycle the Blue Ridge Parkway I had several goals I wanted to achieve.  First, was to get myself into better physical condition to handle the mountainous terrain.  447 more words

Steve Miller Publishes "The Salt River"

http://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1244922282

“The Salt River, a Photo Journey and Visual Guide” , by Steve Miller, joins “The Grand, the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon, a Photo Journey and Visual Guide, together showcasing Arizona’s two most sought-after river trips. 160 more words

River-running (USA&Mexico)

Floral Friday - What is it?

What do you see?

What do you see?

I confess I do not know what this flower’s name is. Before its name becomes important you must appreciate what it is. 92 more words

A Stroll along the Canalway

At last!  The return of sunshine!

After such a soggy week, it felt good to stretch my legs and take a stroll along the Historic Champlain Canalway trail.  94 more words

Spring! Time for New Beginnings!

It’s Spring! Time to hike! The woods are alive with Painted Trillium, little Yellow Wood Violets, Wild Oats, Goldthread, and more!

While Fish and Game notes there have been almost as many rescues so far this year as for all of 2016, the good news is that more people are getting out and hiking. 366 more words

Exercise

Embodied World

We just returned from a walk in the woods. Given I now wear a full length leg brace, going up and down hillocks is a growing challenge. 545 more words

Shamanism

Squirrel Corn Vs. Dutchman' s Breeches

There are two white spring wildflowers that have nearly identical dissected leaves, are both suspended in multiple numbers from a single stalk, and have petals that form long spurs within which nectar is located. 151 more words