Cape San Blas Bike Path & Salinas Park

| March 1, 2018

Cape San Blas Bike Path & Salinas Park

3.37 miles; Cape San Blas, FL This was a nice walk with zero added rattlesnakes. It was actually hot in the bright sun today, and a great day for a walk. And the view from the pier in Salinas Park was a real treat. The bike path is a bike path. I don’t think there’s […]

Trail of Lakes, Sort of

| February 27, 2018

Trail of Lakes, Sort of

8.61 miles; Bristol, FL You know that post where I had an encounter with a snake earlier? Well, consider that hike a dress rehearsal for this hike, only 100% less life-threatening. But first, the hike… This 9 mile hike incorporates another section of the Florida Trail, a federally-designated National Scenic Trail. Like the last section […]

The Celery Fields

| February 23, 2018

The Celery Fields

1.21 miles; Sarasota, FL As part of my roadtrip to visit friends in other parts of Florida I made a visit to a lovely Audubon property called The Celery Fields. Which it was, once, apparently. Now it consists of several small lakes, canals, swamps, viewing boardwalks, and marshes, and a very cool hill. Yes, a […]

Goethe State Forest

| February 22, 2018

Goethe State Forest

5.64 miles; Dunnellon, FL Aside from a stand-off with a snake, this was a pretty unremarkable hike. There was that stand-off, however… I was on a road trip to visit some friends in other parts of Florida, and couldn’t resist finding a hike along the way, so I picked this large state forest in Dunnellon. […]

St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge

| February 19, 2018

St. Vincent National Wildlife Refuge

6 miles; Franklin County, FL St. Vincent NWR is an entire 12-mile-long island off the coast of the Florida Panhandle. This was not the only hike I’ve ever needed a boat to get to (Block Island being the other), but this trip was a heck of a lot quicker. This National Wildlife Refuge is home […]

Port City Trail in Two Parts

| February 14, 2018

Port City Trail in Two Parts

8.55 miles; Port St. Joe, FL I walked this urban trail in two parts, the first on January 21st (2.31 miles) and the second part on February 14th (6.24 miles). Part 1, Port St. Joe Marina to the Cecil G. Costin Sr. Boulevard trailhead—Another adventure in urban hiking, this 4-mile trail runs through Port St. Joe, […]

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