A few days camping at Rainbow Springs State Park

I wrapped up an almost-month-long tour around Florida by camping at Rainbow Springs State Park. For whatever reason, I didn’t take a lot of pictures and I didn’t want to force myself to, because then it wouldn’t be fun and natural. Speaking of fun and natural… Rainbow Springs! The campsite was great, even having aContinue reading “A few days camping at Rainbow Springs State Park”

Camping in the Keys, a Recap

Gosh, I forgot how much I love astrophotography. Well, I mean, it’s not the bugs and bites I enjoy so much, but the resulting pictures mesmerize me. I’m currently in a park with very little (if any) light pollution so I thought it would be a great spot to get some photos. And let meContinue reading “Camping in the Keys, a Recap”

She Doesn’t Want To Be Left Behind

As many of you know, I have 2 pups. Piper is 12 yrs old and Asia is 11 yrs old… as pictured below. For their entire lives, up to last October, they only knew one place as being “home.” It was a house in Nashville, Tennessee. But since then we’ve packed up and through aContinue reading “She Doesn’t Want To Be Left Behind”

A Wildlife First plus Night Photos and More at Colt Creek State Park, Florida

There I was riding my bike down the main road in Colt Creek State Park, camera bag strapped to my back, safari hat protecting me from the late morning sun. I was riding up to the lake where people fish and use canoes and kayaks to explore. The day before this I visited the sameContinue reading “A Wildlife First plus Night Photos and More at Colt Creek State Park, Florida”

Sandy camping at Gilchrist Blue Springs near Gainesville, Florida

Camping comes in all shapes and sizes when you’re going to as many state parks as you can! My most recent adventure is Ruth B. Kirby Gilchrist State Park in Florida. This is the second of a double-header, if you will, after camping in Manatee Springs with my parents, sisters, brother-in-law, and four nieces. ManateeContinue reading “Sandy camping at Gilchrist Blue Springs near Gainesville, Florida”