Sequioa Park 5-27-23

I took a little walk down to Sequioa Park, 60 aches of magical enchantment nestled within the City of Eureka. I live 6 blocks away and I’m still finding new trails 😍 It’s spring time and people’s yards are full of beautiful flowers 💖 I never tired of the beauty of the redwoods 🤩 I’mContinue reading “Sequioa Park 5-27-23”

Elk and Green New Growth

Corkscrew Tree to Brown Creek Loop, 5-20-23, Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, Humboldt County, CA The day was gloomy and chilly, we haven’t seen much sun for the past week here in Humboldt, but spring is bursting to life nonetheless. As soon as I drove into the park along Drury Parkway, a small gang ofContinue reading “Elk and Green New Growth”

The Wonderland Collection

These three photos were all taken on the same day, on the Skunk Cabbage Creek Trail in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, Humboldt County, California. After a 2.5 mile hike through the forest, the trail parallels the ocean for a short stretch. On this day, coastal fog was seeping into the sunny forest, creating theseContinue reading “The Wonderland Collection”

Hope Creek to Ten Teypo Trail – 5-13-23

This weekend I explored a new trail in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park – the Hope Creek to Ten Teypo Trail! have a handful of favorite trails in the park I tend to rotate through, so it was fun to explore a new area! The two trails form a loop of 3.9 miles, a mildlyContinue reading “Hope Creek to Ten Teypo Trail – 5-13-23”

Loons of Lake Lucerne

Loons are magical creatures 🤩 Graceful, majestically beautiful, with a haunting, melodic song. During the two summers I spent on Lake Lucerne, in Northern Wisconsin, loons were a constant presence. One summer I volunteered for Loon Watch, to monitor the behavior of the loons on our lake. Five loons lived on Lake Lucerne while IContinue reading “Loons of Lake Lucerne”

Indian Cove Nature Trail – Joshua Tree 4-14-23

For our first hike in Joshua Tree, Jenn and I checked out the Indian Cove Nature Trail, a short (0.6 mile) hike filled with signs identifying the native plant species (Jenn was very excited about that 😁) I’ve spent enough time in the desert to know that this amount of color, although subtle, is unusualContinue reading “Indian Cove Nature Trail – Joshua Tree 4-14-23”