I recently flew up to Michigan to visit my family over a VERY quick weekend… we’re talking, I got in Saturday at 1AM and left Monday at 5AM. Crazy quick, but I did get some quality walks in that included being between some trees. The wind through the trees was a welcomed replacement for the CONSTANT traffic noise I live near here in Texas. Enjoy these beautiful, northern trees. Happy Forest Friday!
When I think of Big Bend National Park, I think of the Chisos Mountains and the forest that covers them. Piñon Pine, also known as Mexican Pine, cover the hills and were a highlight for me on a recent trip. Enjoy a few photos of that glorious tree within the landscape that is Big Bend National Park.
Thank goodness it’s Forest Friday!
The photo I’m sharing is from when I was working on location, during one of the recent weeks away from home. When doing my field work, I often find myself on these narrow back roads and it is one part of the job I do not mind at all. Take a minute to find something you love and focus on that today!
I recently did a tribute to the Santa Fe National Forest for Forest Friday, but here's another because it's fresh off the brain from our recent trip. Here are a few views from our campsite, from the evening. Enjoy and I hope you can find the forest this weekend!
I've got fall on the brain, because summer is already dragging on. So, for today's "Forest Friday" feature, I'm throwing it back to October of 2008 when two of my friends and I went on a little road trip to Copper Harbor in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Not all of the photos are from Copper Harbor, some are from the ride up and various other places throughout the Upper Peninsula. Take a break and drift off into the fall colors, imagine the smell of the leaves, and feel the cool breeze... is it working? Have a good weekend!
Today's Forest Friday post features the pine forests of Tyler, TX. I'm thankful Texas has such gorgeous pine forests for me to hike through and enjoy. I love the tall pines so much, I am planning to head back very soon for an early morning hike. Enjoy a few photos and may the forest be with you, always.