It took me 24 hours to get to this beach. One bike ride, a 3 hour bus ride, a 4 […]
My childhood beach; the first time I came here, I was a few weeks old. Today, it was cloudy […]
Way up in Wellfleet, that “barefoot Cape Cod ” feel. Chequessett feels more like a campground that a Yacht Club. Such […]
Childhood beach, covered in rocks. But too beautiful of a day to not spend it at the beach, any way.
Matheson Hammock Park, another day.
A quick break. An adventure, five minutes away.
A day of work, in February, on a beautiful beach.
From daylight to dusk, at Bill Baggs Cape Florida State Park.
A spontaneous drive to Key West. So close, but still so far away.
Being able to escape to Biscayne, lie in the sand, under a palm tree, and feel the sun. And to […]
Legend has it that a pirate once hid his treasure here, on Gouverneur Beach. Remote, secluded, & tucked away, it […]
Saint Barth is almost entirely covered in hills, but there is one distant edge of the island where it is […]
Colombier Beach is only accessible by boat, or by hiking down an old goat path, through the cliffs, on the […]
The only airport on St. Barth spills, literally, onto St. Jean beach, and there is nothing except one red […]
Sitting here (bored) in my apartment, while the rest of the world studies for finals, wishing I was back at […]
Sandy beaches, dunes, trails, wildlife, seawalls, even a lighthouse- Bill Baggs State Park at the tip of Key Biscayne is an […]