What is your favorite water sport or activity?

On a recent vacation, I had the opportunity to enjoy a lot of water sports on the gulf coast of Florida. Now that I’m putting this down in writing, I’m actually amazed by just how many I was involved in (whether it was participating or just watching). From the pictures below, which is your favoriteContinue reading “What is your favorite water sport or activity?”

Paddling the Harpeth River – part 3

You may have noticed we had a mix of kayaks and paddleboards but even among those there was different types – blow-up kayaks, regular kayaks, sit on top or sit in kayaks, and blow-up SUP boards. Have you had experiences with blow-up floatations? If so, comment below with your thoughts! Thanks for stopping by, seeContinue reading “Paddling the Harpeth River – part 3”

Paddling the Harpeth River, Nashville, Tennessee

Nashville has had some float-errific days recently so you know what that means– paddle time! A few months ago I kayaked on Percy Priest Lake, but this adventure was a 9-mile kayak/SUP trip down the Harpeth River in west Nashville, Tennessee. Check out the first batch of photos below. Posting more soon, so come backContinue reading “Paddling the Harpeth River, Nashville, Tennessee”

Epic Spring Break in Florida

There was no alcohol, no drugs, no late night parties– actually, I take that back, there were a few late nights but for this spring break, it was all about family! I took my self-quarantining to the gulf shores of Florida where my nieces and nephew were spending their spring break. This timely family reunionContinue reading “Epic Spring Break in Florida”

A retreat on early evening tides

I recently returned to Nashville from a 7-day trip visiting family in Florida. It started with a few days at my favorite beach where my dogs can explore, the ocean recedes but leaves small pools of water across newly exposed sand, porpoises feeding nearby, sugary soft white sand where crabs make their home, birds chirping above…. andContinue reading “A retreat on early evening tides”