One World, Two Feet – Hiking Eglin

April 25, 2016. One World, Two Feet – Hiking Eglin Before I moved to Florida, I never considered military bases as ecotourism hot spots. I imaged giant industrial complexes, chock-full of planes, tanks, and other heavy equipment. While that is true of some areas on Eglin Air Force Base, thousands and thousands of acres are…

January 12, 2014 Maine has a beautiful network of trails known as the Huts and Trails system, where visitors can walk, snowshoe, or cross-country ski along groomed trails deep in the Maine woods. Every so often, hikers will come across a beautifully engineered hut, complete with solar or hydro-power (or both) enabling each hut to…

December 2, 2014 The leaves may be off the trees in North Carolina, but that doesn’t mean it’s too cold for camping!¬†We packed and readied our equipment in less than an hour, and at noon we were off, driving the three and a half hours to Linville Gorge, nearing the Blue Ridge Parkway in Western…