Over the past few years I’ve spent many hours walking many miles in the great outdoors. I’m delighted to share a few favorite moments with you
- along the Camino in Spain
- What to do when you’re hiking on a hot August day in Malibu, and your prince of dogs in his thick poodle coat is unable to carry on? We first struggled to find shade next to the little straggly bushes, and when that didn’t help, Mr F picked up and carried the poor humiliated [and heavy] dog down the hill.
- I took the photo below in Anza Borrego Desert State Park an area of more than 600,000 acres east of San Diego and almost to the Mexican border.
“Native Americans hunted and gathered here 5,000 years ago.
Nearly two-thirds of the Park is still pristine wilderness, sheltering an astonishing amount of plant and animal life.“
- Do you wonder what it’s like to hike? I took the next few photos on the Backbone Trail in Los Angeles county.
- No one would argue that food tastes best when eaten outdoors
I hope my post has inspired you to go outside.
This post is part of the on-line adventure travel magazine LetsBeWild.com’s Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggers. Click this if you’d like to see some of the other entries for this week’s challenge People in Nature.