Long Beach Lagoon has been renovated and restored back to prominence giving back a wetlands for wild life. Truly a little gem and haven for transitioning fowl and landlocked reptiles.
They call it the “Golden Hour”; one hour before and after sunrise and sunset. If you get up early enough, you get to capture on your Cannon EOS T5 the […]
Killer Day Hike: Royal Arch Trail, Chautauqua Park, Boulder, CO. by Apache Rose. The alma mater of three members of Feral Trek is the University of Colorado, Boulder. We all […]
I was seventeen and going nowhere fast. I still lived in my parent’s cellar and made attempts to show up for my Introductory Course to Literature at the Community College. […]
visit some outrageously beautiful cities and countries, from the Eternal City to the City of Light, from the Outback and the glowworm caves of Oz, to Arthur’s Avalon and the Rastafarian rhythms of Jamaica.
Glowworm Caves of Oz by Billy Montana. Photo: gummy worms. Glowworms are notoriously difficult to catch. This is a belated blog as the events took place three years ago before […]
Mushrooms and Clouds by Jack Beanstalker. Back in those days to watch a jet stream cross from one side of the sky to the other was the best reckoning of […]
Ring of Kerry We crammed into this rented toy car, threw the squirrels that rev the engine a few nuts, and roared out at dawn to revisit the Ring of […]
Photo by Adam Collins Courtesy of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy A Splendid Jaunt on the Appalachian Trail: Carver’s Gap to Grassy Ridge Bald “Let the Wild Rumpus Begin.” Where the […]