Taste a bit of Old Florida at the crazy quilt of outdoors and dining that is Black Hammock Fish Camp along Lake Jesup.
Archives for January 2011
Interested in digging into the details of what’s going on in Florida forests and the forests of the Southeast in general? The Forest Encyclopedia Network is one of those websites you should bookmark. It’s a gateway to research papers on the Southern Appalachians, fire science in the Southeast, bioenergy resources, and all branches of the […]
…with me in the current issue of Your National Forests magazine! Take an armchair journey up the Florida Trail by reading my feature article starting on page 17 of the Winter / Spring 2011 issue of the official magazine of the National Forest Foundation If you haven’t been out there before, it’ll help you get […]
Happy New Year! This is one of the continually clever cartoons from the mind of hiker Geolyn Carvin, who’s been known to hikers for years for “Boots McFarland” and is now sharing her creations on Facebook. She posted this one a few weeks back but it seemed particularly apt for Florida hikers. To see more, […]