Established in the 1750s, Ninety Six, SC grew around an important crossroads. Its role in the American Revolution is now interpreted at this National Historic Site.
Archives for September 2013
Explore the northwestern boundary of Corkscrew Marsh – one corner of a massive conservation area surrounding Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary and protecting the watershed feeding the swamp – on a series of trails that traverses through pine flatwoods, oak hammocks, and palm hammocks.
This question keeps popping up: what are the best hiking boots? John explains how, through trial by trail, he figured out what works for him. His advice? Keep trying.
Our final morning on the Appalachian Trail this July started with us stopping to filter water in the rain. We sent Bear Bag Hanger ahead of us. Not wanting to sweat to death, I decided to try going topless. Sort of my own hike half-naked day. At our lunch break, Sandy noticed one small blister […]
For more than a year, each weeknight, I would join my friends Lew and Dale for a paddling trip when the weather permitted. We explored many places new to me, seeing manatees, dolphins and birds too numerous to count on every trip. Once, while paddling in the barge canal between the Indian River Lagoon and […]
Pile on the mileage with two bike trails within easy reach of each other – the Spring-to-Spring in Volusia and the Seminole-Wekiva in Lake Mary and Longwood