https://youtu.be/J2komhK2Xaw A walk among the wildflowers and bottomland hardwood forests of the White Springs Dike area of Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge. If you like, please subscribe! Hit the bell to get notifications for new videos too! Read about my adventures on the blog: http://www.weathermansam.wordpress.com Find Photo Galleries from this and past trips athttp://www.weathermansam.com PLAYLISTS: Hiking... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/tHtDns8B0M8 A walk through the wildflowers of the Dallas Fanning Nature Preserve. I retraced part of my first hike on the Steve Fowler Trail, and explored the Blue, Orange, Winter, and Black Trails that interconnect. If you like, please subscribe! Hit the bell to get notifications for new videos too! Read about my adventures on... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/rhxHMbuMDCE A one mile loop around the Tyler Sykes / Cedar Glade Loop Trail at the Couchville Cedar Glades State Natural Area. June is a perfect time to go, as the Tennessee Coneflowers, endemic to just the cedar glades in central Tennessee are in full bloom. There's quite an array of other wildflowers here as... Continue Reading →
Trails: Trail 1, Trail 2 Length: 1.5 miles View Photo Gallery After meeting up with Joel, we drove about half an hour north from New Albany, IN to this tucked away camping gem. Named for Charles Deam, the first state forester of Indiana of whom a Wilderness area is also named in honor of, the... Continue Reading →
https://youtu.be/dtcSEyQEp_I Preserved in honor of the "barefoot ranger" Arthur Woody, Georgia's first ranger, and the man who preserved thousands of acres of land and reintroduced deer and trout to the area is Sosebee Cove. It's more known for being a very botanically rich site, and the wildflowers put on a show any time of year.... Continue Reading →
Trails: Lake Winfield Scott Lake Trail Length: 1 mile View Gallery In need of a road trip, much like last year's adventure to Tennessee with Josh in search of a few days of adventure, I sought out somewhere different and somewhere where the heat indices weren't cracking triple digits every day. My research led me... 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://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jlNcAPDr6ss A hike up one of the best spots in north Alabama for "wildflower hunting"! There's so many different species in bloom this time of year. Alongside Cane Creek Canyon Nature Preserve and some trails in the Sipsey Wilderness, it's hard to beat this spot! I follow Fagan Creek from the Cleermont Trailhead the length... Continue Reading →