Oops, We Tipped the Boat… Canoeing at Kings Landings, Florida

If you’ve ever searched “fun outdoor things to do in Florida,” I’m pretty sure that this next adventure is one of the top experiences. A few months after moving to Florida, I found photos of a beautiful river filled with crystal clear water and people canoeing/kayaking on it. I immediately knew that it was something…

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Black Rock?! Exploring Black Rock Beach at Big Talbot Island State Park, in Jacksonville, Florida

There are not many black rock beaches in the continental United States, but Jacksonville has a hidden black rock beach! However… looks can be deceiving! You may notice that parts of this post are similar to my “Boneyard Beach” post. Black Rock Beach and Boneyard Beach are very close to each other so it’s very…

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Getting Lost in Fort George Island Cultural State Park, in Jacksonville, Florida

When my family visited me here in Jax (short for Jacksonville) this winter, I knew that I wanted to take them up exploring in the nature areas of northeast Jax. At the time, I hadn’t been in that area yet and was excited at the possibility of exploring somewhere new with my family, and not…

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Climbing the Bones at Boneyard Beach, Big Talbot Island State Park in Jacksonville, Florida

When I first moved to Jacksonville, I knew that there would be lots of outdoor areas to explore, but I didn’t know that I would find so many amazing places so quickly! A friend recommended that I visit a place called “Boneyard Beach” at Big Talbot Island State Park in northeast Jacksonville. It’s not an…

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Hiking the “Super Trail” in Coronado National Forest, Arizona

Right now is a prime time to go hiking in southern Arizona. In October and November (even early December), the weather cools down and you don’t have to worry about overheating, especially if you’re hiking in the valley’s (like at the Saguaro National Parks). At this time, however, you do have to worry about getting…

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Take A Walk! at Pine Gully Park in Seabrook, Texas

I recently found an unexpectedly fun place to picnic or walk around in Seabrook, Texas. It’s called Pine Gully Park and it’s very beautiful! Seabrook is about 25-30 miles south of downtown Houston, located in Galveston Bay. This park is small and primarily for the community only, but I live nearby and wanted to find…

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An Anniversary for My Blog

March 3, 2018 Two years ago on March 3, my very first blog post, ever, went live. Coincidentally, I’ve recently posted my 100th blog post. My blog has been my creative outlet and my place to be myself. To be honest, the people who read my blog probably know more about me than most of…

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I Tried Cat Yoga!

Yes, you read that right. I tried cat yoga! … And it was exactly as you would expect – absolutely amazing!! If you’re a dog person – Adios, I’ll see you on the next post! I totally understand if you don’t want to hear me gushing about how cute cats are. If you’re a cat…

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