The trails are really fire roads in loose sand with tire ruts. Therefore, you don't really feel like you are on a trail. In addition, the trails are only adequately marked. If you are not paying attention you might take a fire road that is not the main trail and get sidetracked. You don't follow blazes, but rather signs with numbers. The one nice thing about this park is the wilderness. It was very quiet out there. I saw two deer.
This was my first time to this local park. There are no marked hiking trails, but there are some horse trails, some well worn, others not. I tried to follow them the best I could. The trails are in a fenced in area for cows, so it is fun to see them. There is also a nearby lake, some athletics fields, and pavilions.
This is a nice road bike through orange groves. Also, some of the road is covered in Google Street View, which is kind of neat.
Some of the road is covered in Google Street View, which is kind of neat.
This is a nice county park with a great boardwalk.
My wife and I went to see the manatees that call this spring their home during the winter months. The constant 72 degree spring water enables the manatees to stay warm when the surrounding waters get colder due to seasonal temperature fluctuation.
Troop 363 hiked this portion of the Florida Trail. The camping portion of the trip was cut short, however, due to tornado watches in the area.
This was a beautiful hike along the coast of Goa.
This was a highlight of my trip to India. I spent most of the trip with my head outside of the train snapping pictures. However, upon completion of the trip, I was filthy with dirt.
This small hike contains a geocache. Unfortunately, I was unable to locate the cache. The small temple at the top and views were a nice consolation though.