ICHETUCKNEE SPRINGS STATE PARK

QUICK TRIP FOR SOME QUICK MILES #365MILECHALLENGE We decided to take a quick road trip over to Ichetucknee Springs State Park and get as much of the trails in as we could.  The parks are for the most part, the only areas with trails and no hunting during this time of the year.  As hunters … Continue reading ICHETUCKNEE SPRINGS STATE PARK

KNOW B4 U GO

SURVIVAL, PREPPING, TRAINING. Call it what you may, but reading, studying and practicing techniques for survival is valuable if you like to adventure out into the unknown. We like to buy and test new equipment and see what works best.  We have basic survival essentials in our day packs.  Then we get more serious with … Continue reading KNOW B4 U GO

5 REASONS WHY WE BACKPACK

Backpacking and hiking are the same...right?  Wrong! We shared our 5 reasons why we enjoy hiking, but they are not the same reasons why we like to backpack.  Backpacking takes us on extended hikes over multiple days with camping also included.  WIN WIN! Why would anyone want to fill a backpack with just enough gear … Continue reading 5 REASONS WHY WE BACKPACK

SIMPLE THINGS

NATURE'S SIMPLE THINGS OFTEN GO UNNOTICED How observant are you when you venture outside?  Do you notice the simple things?  We didn't always notice or appreciate them.  There are still times when we are hiking that we are trying to get to a certain point at a certain time and we hike straight ahead and hardly … Continue reading SIMPLE THINGS

TOO MANY SIGNS?

CAN A TRAIL OR NATURAL AREA HAVE TOO MANY SIGNS? Do you find signs along a nature trail, to be as intended, informational and educational or do you find them distracting?  Do too many signs take away from the natural setting? How many signs are enough?  How many are just too much? I recently hiked a nature … Continue reading TOO MANY SIGNS?