Tag Archives: Gulf State Park

Making Lemonade

My Nikon had been sitting on my desk since the Florida Springs dive trip. I felt so bad for it, Read More →

Lasting Treasure

Some times I find myself working too hard to figure things out. That’s been the case with my feeling of Read More →

You Open Me

The Gulf has been calling me lately and so my cycling mornings have included a visit to Her as the Read More →

Comfortably Numb

“Hello, Is anybody in there? Just nod if you can hear me. Is there anyone at home?…. This is not Read More →

Soul Cycling

At 5.15am it was still dark outside but it was also cooler with lower humidity than we’ve had lately so Read More →

Cottontails, Cardinals and a Cottonmouth

The air was heavy with thick fog hovering over the marsh. Spider webs glowed silver in the pre-dawn light, shining Read More →

Chasing Sunrise…Backcountry Communion

Today I attended Hugh’s celebration of life service and wanted to share this post from last autumn. Thank you Hugh Read More →

The Jewels of Alabama

Today as I was cycling through the backcountry of Gulf State Park, I reflected on how much this beautiful conservation Read More →

Love, Peace, Respect

Some days are just strange. This afternoon is one of the weirdest I’ve had in a long time. It has Read More →

Seasonal Tease

Low humidity, temperature in the upper 60’s, no wind…how could I keep from cycling this morning? Conditions were perfect so Read More →