One World, Two Feet – Springs of the Suwannee River

The Suwannee River is known for the many springs, both large and small, that flow into its waters. One of my favorite things to do is boat up and down the banks, searching for both the named and unnamed springs. Pictured here is one such small one. See other One World, Two Feet posts here!

Florida State Parks – The Barnacle

I stood on the sidewalk in the busy Coconut Grove neighborhood of Miami, bustling already even in the morning. Surrounding me stood restaurants, shops and beautiful homes, but the Barnacle Historic State park was an oasis of thick green trees. Read the rest on Firsthand Florida Fun!

Birding Maine – Meadow and Marsh at the Wells Reserve

Hundreds of species of birds have been identified at the Wells National Estuarine Research Reserve. During my visit in early September, I wondered which ones I could tick off. I had been to the Wells Reserve once before in late May, en route to my sister’s graduation in upstate New York. Though I didn’t have…