This was not just another dog walk. It was a reboot – at one of my favorite spots for long contemplative walks: Greenbury Point in Annapolis. What is nice about this loop behind the Greenbury Point Nature Center is that along the way, there are reflective quotes posted …by such greats at Ralph Waldo Emerson.Continue reading “Self implies Other”
It’s been tough to get into the woods this season, with the wet weather and my work schedule, but I was able to dedicate yesterday and today to some deer hunting. The experience gave me a first and some discoveries. Always hunting for meat first, antlers second, I was content to get what I couldContinue reading “Winter Solstice Deer Hunt”
Yesterday I ventured into the woods where I deer hunt every year, on a friend’s property in PG county. A few hours of checking my stands and cutting back growth was refreshing exercise on this sunny fall day. Next week I will return for a couple days of post-Thanksgiving hunting during Maryland’s firearms season.
I visited the Chesapeake Heritage and Visitors Center on Kent Island yesterday morning. This is home to a beautiful information center about the history and current attractions of this part of the eastern shore, including a waterfront park. The center is the “go to” place to plan adventures and weekend visits in Queen Anne’s County.Continue reading “War in the Chesapeake”
Why a simple walk or bike in the park for as little as 30 minutes is excellent for both our body and mind.
I had the opportunity to dedicate my afternoon to a little outdoor recreation, so I picked the B&A bike trail to log some serious seat time on my mountain bike.