My free time has been pretty limited the last half year or so with health issues and my day job, and a number of projects have sort of been on the back burner. There's much more to me (and this page) than photography, and hopefully soon I can get caught up on some stuff and... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/VkuOsQGHT9M #huntsville #hiking #montesano . One of the first trails I ever explored of the Land Trust of North Alabama's preserves, and one of my favorites. This trail offers a little bit of everything: waterfalls, wildflowers and history all on a relatively flat hike.
https://youtu.be/GOEQvodgj0g #hiking #nathanbedford #tennesseeriver . Filmed on a camping trip in early spring, this trip follow the 3 Mile Trail Loop from the Folklife Museum at the park, and an additional short trail named Pafford Wilson. Park of the Historic Trail of Tears Trail passes through the park as well. If you like, please subscribe!... Continue Reading →
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SsVqeW9V3Bg New Channel! Comedy in the woods! It's Whipporwill and his wife Ethel...and the creek don't rise. Ya'll send help please.
I'd mentioned a while back about being a North Alabama Ambassador for Visit North Alabama and the video series with WAFF 48 News about favorite places to hike in North Alabama. Well the first of the three has started airing today. I've not been able to catch it, but here's a video link for it.... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/YFmfxCmaTDU #bankhead #waterfalls #keymill A trip down one of the most scenic areas in Bankhead National Forest. There's no official trails, though we used part of a horse trail to get back to the road. Saw nine waterfalls, but there are more along this stretch. We got caught in a heavy storm and missed the... Continue Reading →
Trails: no trails Length: 6 miles View Photo Gallery It had been some nine years since I first (and last) visited Key Mill Branch in Bankhead National Forest, and it was among the earliest of my adventures with Wild South. This return trip would be a bit truncated, following an small drainage straight down to... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/rTFcx13nO8A Exploring Cahaba National Wildlife Refuge, Walking with the lilies. This trip we parked at possibly the most easiest spot to access them, along River Trace, and walked up river from the beach, and nearly all the way across the river. As the text notes at the start of the video, there is VERY LITTLE... Continue Reading →
Unnamed Canyon, Bankhead National Forest, AL 03/01/19 Trails: no trails Length: 8 miles View Photo Gallery Every now and then on one of these off trail forest adventures I like to gamble. I like to pick a spot where there's no information about it, a spot where maybe there's a waterfall, maybe there isn't, and... Continue Reading →