Tag: water

Apalachee Bay – St. Marks Wildlife Refuge

It was bright sunny blue skies when we began, but by the time we approached our destination, storm clouds were edging closer and we had no idea how close we were to that final takeout at the Paradise Gateway Bed & Breakfast.

Plenty of Water on the Yellowstone River

It was bright sunny blue skies when we began, but by the time we approached our destination, storm clouds were edging closer and we had no idea how close we were to that final takeout at the Paradise Gateway Bed & Breakfast.

Seashell by the Seashore

Seashell in the surf at Little Talbot Island State Park, Jacksonville, Florida.

While there were plenty of humans visiting Little Talbot Island State Park, it was not overcrowded as the park is only allowed to be at 50% capacity.

Water Water Everywhere Tampa Bay

Intercoastal waterway in Tampa Bay.

The water was calm and a few locals were fishing.

SQUARE TOPS – Black Raven – St. Augustine, FL

Today’s square is looking at the top of the Black Raven Pirate Ship in the historic district of St. Augustine, Florida. We typically stay away from the tourist things, but with every trip to St. Augustine, I would see this ship taking people out…

Living in the Moment – Day 4 – Paddling the Yellowstone River

Today we were going to paddle the untamed Yellowstone River in our Sea Eagle white water kayak.

Moving Water – Photo Challenges

This is a double challenge for Cee’s Black & White Moving Water Challenge and Photo of the Day hosted by Maria at citysonnet.

Photo of the Day – 1.17.20 – Winter Landscape

Paradise or Climate Change?…you be the judge.

Living in the Moment – Day 3 – Lunch by the Yellowstone River – Sept. 15, 2019

The view of the Yellowstone River at the Otter Creek Picnic Area was breathtaking.

Living in the Moment – Day 2 – Trout Lake

Trout Lake was worth the 150 feet of elevation that we had to climb to get to this peaceful clear lake.

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